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  • '''Harrison Greenbaum''' is a professional [[stand-up comedian]] and [[magician]]. ...nbaum is the creator and co-producer of [[Don't Touch the Foot]], a weekly stand-up comedy show in [[Times Square]], [[New York]] <ref name="zaino">Zaino III,
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  • [[Category:American academics]] [[Category:American actor-politicians]]
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  • Forget the useless national do-not-call list. a writer, actor, and stand-up comic trained in improvisation at chicago's second city, les golden has wri Available at fine book stores, amazon.com, and American distributor Digital Impressions.
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  • <b>Famous Comedians Not Listed on the Comedy Central List of 100 Greatest Comedians</b> ...ndustry, the Broadway musical, and improvisational theatre, in addition to stand-up comedy, are creations of Jews.
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  • [[Category:American film actors]] [[Category:American stand-up comedians]]
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  • ...player<br/>Doris Humphrey, founder of modern dance<br/>Terry Isaacson, All-American football and wrestling, Air Force Academy<br/>Erik Jacobsen, founder, Nob L [[Category:American non-fiction writers]]
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  • ...player<br/>Doris Humphrey, founder of modern dance<br/>Terry Isaacson, All-American football and wrestling, Air Force Academy<br/>Erik Jacobsen, founder, Nob L [[Category:American non-fiction writers]]
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  • <b>Famous Comedians Not Listed on the Comedy Central List of 100 Greatest Comedians</b> ...s heavily weighted to the very modern era, including numerous 21st century American TV talk-show hosts. Many are not recognizable names. The order demands de
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  • ...s and the Golden Empire Music Festivals, a honorary life membership in the American P.T.A., a citation by the Camellia Bowl for outstanding service, organizati ...eers as musician agents, music producers, radio disk jockeys, and stand-up comedians. UC Jazz continues as a viable organization on the Cal Berkeley campus, c
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  • ...ike Nichols and Elaine May -- moved to New York, Close followed to perform stand-up comedy, appear in the Broadway musical revue "The Nervous Set," and perform ...to in 1977. Over the next decade he helped develop many of today’s leading comedians. Many of his protégés have gained prominence in the field of comedy; at a
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  • [[Category:American academics]] [[Category:American actor-politicians]]
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  • ...)</br>Subrahmanyan Berkowitz (stand-up comic)</br>Jeffrey Clayton Maxwell (stand-up comic)</br>Flash Golden (play-by-play announcer and jazz radio disc jockey) | occupation = Writer, astronomer, professor, musician, stand-up comedian, cartoonist
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  • ...network]]. It is a talent show that features singers, dancers, magicians, comedians and other performers of all ages competing for the advertised top prize of The show concept can be traced back to the American talent contest ''[[Major Bowes Amateur Hour]]'', broadcast in the United St
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  • ...)</br>Subrahmanyan Berkowitz (stand-up comic)</br>Jeffrey Clayton Maxwell (stand-up comic)</br>Flash Golden (play-by-play announcer and jazz radio disc jockey) | occupation = Writer, astronomer, professor, musician, stand-up comedian, cartoonist
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  • ...)</br>Subrahmanyan Berkowitz (stand-up comic)</br>Jeffrey Clayton Maxwell (stand-up comic)</br>Flash Golden (play-by-play announcer and jazz radio disc jockey) | occupation = Writer, astronomer, professor, musician, stand-up comedian
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  • ...)</br>Subrahmanyan Berkowitz (stand-up comic)</br>Jeffrey Clayton Maxwell (stand-up comic)</br>Flash Golden (play-by-play announcer and jazz radio disc jockey) | occupation = Writer, astronomer, professor, musician, stand-up comedian, cartoonist
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  • ...)</br>Subrahmanyan Berkowitz (stand-up comic)</br>Jeffrey Clayton Maxwell (stand-up comic)</br>Flash Golden (play-by-play announcer and jazz radio disc jockey) | occupation = Writer, astronomer, professor, musician, stand-up comedian, cartoonist
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  • ...)</br>Subrahmanyan Berkowitz (stand-up comic)</br>Jeffrey Clayton Maxwell (stand-up comic)</br>Flash Golden (play-by-play announcer and jazz radio disc jockey) | occupation = Writer, astronomer, professor, musician, stand-up comedian, cartoonist
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  • ...)</br>Subrahmanyan Berkowitz (stand-up comic)</br>Jeffrey Clayton Maxwell (stand-up comic)</br>Flash Golden (play-by-play announcer and jazz radio disc jockey) | occupation = Writer, astronomer, professor, musician, stand-up comedian, cartoonist
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  • ...rge Nixon III had been killed at the [[Battle of Gettysburg]] during the [[American Civil War]] while serving in the 73rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Richard Nixo ...tier Friends Church, where he remained a member all his life. A lifelong [[American football]] fan, Nixon practiced with the team assiduously, but spent most o
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