$5 million 1933 1933-7-8 1982-12-02 5' 7" (1.7 m) Actor Authors Cancer Director Educating Archie (1958) England Games How to Irritate People (1969) July 8 Lauretta Sullivan London Martin Alan Feldman Marty Feldman Net Worth Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1982) The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977) U.K. Writer

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Martin Alan “Marty” Feldman (eight July 1934 – 2 December 1982) was an English comedy author, comic and actor, simply recognized by his bulbous and crooked eyes. He starred in a number of British tv comedy collection, together with At Final the 1948 Present and Marty, the latter of which gained two BAFTA awards. He was the primary Saturn Award winner for Greatest Supporting Actor for his position in Younger Frankenstein.



Full Identify Marty Feldman
Internet Value $5 Million
Date Of Start July eight, 1933
Died 1982-12-02
Place Of Delivery London, England, U.Okay.
Peak 5′ 7″ (1.7 m)
Career Author, Actor, Director
Partner Lauretta Sullivan
Mother and father Myer Feldman, Cecilia Criminal
Siblings Pamela Feldman
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001204
Awards Saturn Award, British Academy Tv Award for Greatest Leisure Efficiency, British Academy Tv Author Award
Nominations Golden Globe Award for Greatest Supporting Actor – Movement Image
Films Younger Frankenstein, Silent Film, The Final Remake of Beau Geste, The Journey of Sherlock Holmes’ Smarter Brother, Yellowbeard, In God We Tru$t, Each House Ought to Have One, Intercourse with a Smile, The Mattress-Sitting Room, Slapstick of One other Sort, Monty Python Stay on the Hollywood Bowl, The best way to Irritate Pe…
TV Exhibits Bootsie and Snudge, At Final the 1948 Present, The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine, Marty, Marty Again Collectively Once more
# Trademark
1 Big, bulging eyes
# Quote
1 I do have a number of violence in me, although. It is often directed towards objects. Once I’m indignant I’ll throw or kick one thing. However the final time I kicked one thing I virtually sprained my toe, and once I threw a bottle, it smashed throughout me. I actually should not do these issues.
2 I do not take pleasure in something whereas I am doing it. I take pleasure in having achieved issues, although.
Three To affect the viewers, that is probably the most satisfying factor I feel, you already know? To convey an actual emotion, to speak one thing greater than info. To have the ability to transfer an viewers not directly; both to laughter or proverbially to tears. Days whenever you really feel you’ve got achieved it, whenever you’ve carried out a superb scene, you understand it.
Four I do not know any jokes, which is embarrassing. I want I did.
5 I don’t disbelieve in something. I begin from the premise that all the things is true till proved false. Every little thing is feasible.
6 I wish to be on my own, studying, wandering about artwork galleries. I like solitude, strolling.
7 Cash cannot purchase poverty.
eight I will not eat something that has clever life, however I might gladly eat a community government or a politician.
9 Comedy, like sodomy, is an unnatural act.
10 I do not need to be a director. I need to direct. There is a distinction.
11 The pen is mightier than the sword, and is significantly simpler to put in writing with.
# Fact 1 Suffered from Graves’ disease during his early childhood in which, after a botched surgical operation, his condition resulted in his eyes being more protruded and misaligned (strabismus). 2 In A Clockwork Orange, when Alex (Malcolm McDowell) returns home from prison one of the smaller headlines in the newspaper his father is reading says: “Marty Feldman’s Spouse Banned”. 3 Befriended a young teen who crashed the Young Frankenstein (1974) set named Alan Spencer and offered encouragement to his writing career. The young scribe eventually created the TV show Sledge Hammer! (1986). 4 According to various sources, Feldman was known to get physically sick when having to watch screenings of his own work or performance. 5 Liked to write poetry and, as a teenager, was even introduced to famous poet Dylan Thomas. Thomas reportedly told the young Feldman that he had talent, thus he continued to write. 6 Was deported from Paris for vagrancy as a teenager when he pretended to be an innocent youth, impressed with the work of an American sculptor pretending to be French. Feldman, working on commission for the sculptor, lured gullible tourists as customers. 7 Had a number of absurd and varied jobs in his youth. These included being a kitchen hand, message boy for an advertising agency, jazz musician in clubs, greyhound racetrack tipster, and an assistant to an Indian fakir in his side-show acts. 8 Liked to play soccer and also enjoyed watching Baseball, calling it, “Cricket on velocity”. 9 His wife Lauretta asked him to marry her, when he supposedly made no move to do so, after nine months of daily dating. 10 Subject of a novelty song by Bruce Baum. The song was a parody of the hit “Bette Davis Eyes” by Kim Carnes (“All of the boys assume she’s a man / she’s obtained Marty Feldman eyes”). 11 In his DVD commentary for Young Frankenstein (1974), director Mel Brooks provides a further explanation for Marty Feldman’s early death. According to Brooks, who worked with him on Young Frankenstein and Silent Movie (1976), Feldman smoked about half a carton of cigarettes (four or five packs) a day as well as drank copious amounts of black coffee (the tannic acid in coffee, which can be partly neutralized by milk, in some studies has been found to increase the risk of heart attack). Feldman was also a vegetarian and compensated for the lack of meat in his diet by eating large amounts of eggs and dairy products on a daily basis which may have clogged his arteries. The high altitude of Mexico City (over 7,000 feet above sea level) with the air about 10% thinner, where Feldman was filming most of Yellowbeard (1983), would have added still more stress by forcing his heart and lungs to work harder. The food poisoning that Feldman and Michael Mileham contracted would only have been the final straw, which would explain why Mileham survived, and Feldman didn’t. 12 Biography in: “Who’s Who in Comedy” by Ronald L. Smith, pg. 157-158. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387 13 Despite persistent published reports. Marty Feldman was NOT the brother of actress Fenella Fielding. The two are not related in any way. 14 When presenting the 1976 Live Action Short Oscar, he called the two winning producers to the stage, threw the statue to the floor, then handed a shard of the award to each one. He said, “It stated, ‘Made in Hong Kong’ on the underside.” 15 Interred at Forest Garden – Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California – Backyard of Heritage, Lot 5420 16 Buried in Forest Garden close to his idol, Buster Keaton 17 Died in Mexico Metropolis of shellfish poisoning on the final day of filming a scene from Yellowbeard (1983), during which he was imagined to die. A double accomplished the dying scene. His sickness was found by filmmaker good friend Michael Mileham who had additionally suffered from the identical poisoning however survived.

Writer

Title Year Status Character
Comedy Masterclass 2001 Video documentary skit “4 Yorkshiremen”
We Know Where You Live 2001 TV Movie skit “4 Yorkshiremen”
Dom DeLuise and Friends 1983 TV Series co-writer
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1982 Documentary additional material
In God We Tru$t 1980 written by
The Last Remake of Beau Geste 1977 screenplay / story
Flannery and Quilt 1976 TV Movie creator / written by
Marty Back Together Again 1974 TV Series writer – 4 episodes
The Two Ronnies 1973 TV Series written by – 1 episode
It’s Lulu 1973 TV Series ballet – 1 episode
The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine 1971-1972 TV Series writer – 3 episodes
The Marty Feldman Show 1972 TV Movie
The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins 1971 screenplay – segment “Lust”
The Laughing Stock of Television 1971 TV Movie
Marty Abroad 1971 TV Short
Marty Amok 1970 TV Movie
Every Home Should Have One 1970
A Christmas Night with the Stars 1969 TV Series 1 episode
Comedy Playhouse TV Series writer – 8 episodes, 1963 – 1969 script – 1 episode, 1963
Marty TV Series writer – 7 episodes, 1968 – 1969 written by – 1 episode, 1969
David Frost Presents 1969 TV Series additional material – 1 episode
Broaden Your Mind 1968 TV Series additional material – 1 episode
The Harry Secombe Show 1968 TV Series writer
According to Dora 1968 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Horne A’Plenty 1968 TV Series writer
At Last the 1948 Show 1967 TV Series writer – 13 episodes
The Frost Report 1966 TV Series
Barney Is My Darling 1965-1966 TV Series writer – 6 episodes
The New London Palladium Show 1965 TV Series script – 1 episode
Scott On… TV Series 1 episode, 1965 writer – 2 episodes, 1964 – 1965
The Walrus and the Carpenter 1965 TV Series writer – 6 episodes
Bootsie and Snudge TV Series writer – 37 episodes, 1960 – 1962 creator – 11 episodes, 1961 – 1963
Colonel Trumper’s Private War 1961 TV Series
The Army Game 1960 TV Series writer – 3 episodes
Educating Archie 1958-1959 TV Series writer – 25 episodes

Actor

Title Year Status Character
Yellowbeard 1983 Gilbert
Slapstick of Another Kind 1982 Sylvester
Insight 1981 TV Series The Angel Josh
In God We Tru$t 1980 Brother Ambrose
The Last Remake of Beau Geste 1977 Dagobert ‘Digby’ Geste
Silent Movie 1976 Marty Eggs
Sex with a Smile 1976 Alex, the “Bodyguard” male (segment “La guardia del corpo”)
Closed Up-Tight 1975 Cat Burglar
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes’ Smarter Brother 1975 Sgt. Orville Stanley Sacker
Lights, Camera, Monty! 1975 TV Movie
Karen 1975 TV Series Mr. ‘X’
Young Frankenstein 1974 Igor
Marty Back Together Again 1974 TV Series Various Characters
The Man Who Came to Dinner 1972 TV Movie Banjo
The Sandy Duncan Show 1972 TV Series
Sommer-Sprossen 1972 TV Movie Various
The Marty Feldman Show 1972 TV Movie Various
The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins 1971 Guest Appearance (segment “Sloth”)
Marty Abroad 1971 TV Short Various Characters
Jumbo – Ein Elefantenleben 1970 TV Movie Orville Wright
Marty Amok 1970 TV Movie Various Characters
Every Home Should Have One 1970 Teddy Brown
A Christmas Night with the Stars 1968-1969 TV Series Various
The Wednesday Play 1969 TV Series Bill
The Bed Sitting Room 1969 Nurse Arthur
Comedy Playhouse 1969 TV Series Reuben Tooth
Marty 1968-1969 TV Series Various Characters
Pick of the Year 1968 TV Movie
At Last the 1948 Show 1967 TV Series Various Characters

Director

Title Year Status Character
In God We Tru$t 1980
The Last Remake of Beau Geste 1977
When Things Were Rotten 1975 TV Series 1 episode

Soundtrack

Title Year Status Character
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes’ Smarter Brother 1975 performer: “The Kangaroo Hop” – uncredited
Young Frankenstein 1974 performer: “I Ain’t Received No one and No one Cares for Me” – uncredited

Producer

Title Year Status Character
No, That’s Me Over Here! 1967 TV Series producer

Thanks

Title Year Status Character
Yellowbeard 1983 dedicatee – as Marty
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1982 Documentary thanks

Self

Title Yr Standing Character
Group Insanity 1983 Documentary Himself
Bitte umblättern 1977-1982 TV Collection documentary Himself
Fridays 1981-1982 TV Collection Himself – Visitor / Himself – Visitor Host
The Muppet Present 1980 TV Collection Himself – Particular Visitor Star
The Tonight Present Starring Johnny Carson 1972-1980 TV Collection Himself – Visitor
The Mike Douglas Present 1977-1979 TV Collection Himself – Visitor
The 36th Annual Golden Globes Awards 1979 TV Particular Himself – Presenter
Ciné regards 1978 TV Collection documentary Himself
The Paul Ryan Present 1977 TV Collection Himself
Lørdagshjørnet 1977 TV Collection Himself – Actor
US Towards the World 1977 TV Film Himself
The Hollywood Squares 1972-1977 TV Collection Himself – Panelist
Immediately 1977 TV Collection Himself – Visitor
The 49th Annual Academy Awards 1977 TV Particular Himself – Presenter: Greatest Reside Motion Brief
Behind the Scenes of ‘The Final Remake of Beau Geste’ 1977 Documentary brief Himself / Dagobert ‘Digby’ Geste
Revista de cine 1976 TV Collection Himself
Dinah! 1974-1975 TV Collection Himself – Visitor
Apropos Movie 1975 TV Collection documentary Himself
Treffpunkte 1975 TV Collection documentary Himself
Augenblick mal… Wer ist Marty Feldman? 1974 TV Film documentary Himself
It is Lulu 1973 TV Collection Himself
Flip 1971-1973 TV Collection Himself
The New Invoice Cosby Present 1972 TV Collection Himself
The Carol Burnett Present 1972 TV Collection Himself
The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine 1971-1972 TV Collection Himself – Host
The Dean Martin Present 1970-1971 TV Collection Himself
The Royal Selection Efficiency 1970 1970 TV Film Himself
Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers 1970 TV Collection Himself
Frost on Sunday 1970 TV Collection Himself – Award Presenter
London aktuell 1969 TV Collection documentary Himself
One Pair of Eyes 1969 TV Collection documentary Himself – interviewer
Dee Time 1967-1968 TV Collection Himself
The Val Doonican Present 1968 TV Collection Himself
Late Night time Line-Up 1966 TV Collection Himself
The Eamonn Andrews Present 1965 TV Collection Himself

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1976 Golden Scroll Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actor Young Frankenstein (1974)
1969 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Light Entertainment Performance Marty (1968)
1969 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Writer Marty (1968)

Nominated Awards

Yr Award Ceremony Nomination Film
1977 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Greatest Actor in a Supporting Position – Movement Image Silent Film (1976)

Recognized for films

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