Jewish Comedy Quiz
- Who was vaudeville comedian Al Shean's even more famous nephew?
- Which silent film comedian had a Jewish half-brother?
- His real name is Michael Igor Peschkowsky. What's his stage name?
- I changed my name so as not to be confused with a famous Jewish physicist.
Who am I?
- This popular playwright of today got his start as a writer on Your Show
of Shows. Who is he?
- Which stand-up comic turned filmmaker was writing jokes for Bob Hope and
Sid Caesar by the time he graduated from high school?
- Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor collaborated for the first time in what groundbreaking
- When People magazine called him "The Father of the Underground
Press," he replied, "I demand a blood test." Who is he?
- Which Jewish vaudeville comedian was known as "Mister Television"?
- Over the years, how many "Stooges" were there in "The Three
- Groucho Marx
- Charlie Chaplin
- Mike Nichols
- Albert Brooks (born Albert Einstein)
- Neil Simon
- Woody Allen
- 1974's Blazing Saddles (starring Gene Wilder, co-written by Richard Pryor)
- Paul Krassner
- Milton Berle
- Six (Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Curly Howard, Shemp Howard, Joe Besser, and Joe DeRita).
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