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David Brenner was born poor and funny, and hopes to die just funny. He made his debut TV appearance on The Tonight Show, where he went on to make the most appearances of any guest on the show. Today, his act is based on very current events, and he is recognized as a political pundit, appearing on news oriented shows including, MSNBC, CNN and The Fox Network. Interested in booking David Brenner for your next #event? @EaglesTalent can help! Call 1.800.345-5607 or visit www.eaglestalent.com.
David Brenner -- (2/4/1936-3/15/2014). American Comedian, Actor & Author. He portrayed David on TV Series "Snip". Movies -- "Worth Winning" as Celebrity Auctioneer. He appeared on Game Shows -- "Celebrity Sweepstakes", "The Hollywood Squares" and "Pyramid" and the following Talk Shows "The David Frost Show", "Dinah!", "The Mike Douglas Show", "The Tonight Show", "Late Night", "Late Show" and "Howard Stern". He died of Natural Causes, age 78.
David Brenner (February 4, 1936 – March 15, 2014) was an American comedian, actor & author. Brenner was a writer, director or producer of 115 television documentaries and headed the documentary units of Westinghouse Broadcasting and Metromedia, winning nearly 30 awards including an Emmy, before moving to comedy. He quickly became a late-night TV favorite, with a record-breaking 158 appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
Claire Simpson is a British film editor whose work has been honored with an Academy Award (for Oliver Stone's Platoon) and a BAFTA Film Award for Best Editing for The Constant Gardener. She was mentored by Dede Allen and in turn mentored such notable and renowned Academy Award winning film editors such as Pietro Scalia, David Brenner, Joe Hutshing and Julie Monroe. She also worked as editor of Oliver Stone's Salvador and Wall Street.
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (NBC; 1973, 1974, 1977). Evel first appeared on Carson on Valentine's Day, 1973, cracking jokes about Ed McMahon being a lush before explaining with a straight face, "I don't drink very much. However, I believe that a little alcohol in the bloodstream is much better than none at all." Carson cracked his own jokes to counter Evel's largely humorless spiel. The studio audience actually laughed at Evel as he told of his plans to jump 50 cars. After Evel's...