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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Fred_AllenFred Allen - Wikipedia

    John Florence Sullivan (May 31, 1894 – March 17, 1956), known professionally as Fred Allen, was an American comedian. His absurdist topically-pointed radio program The Fred Allen Show (1932–1949) made him one of the most popular and forward-looking humorists in the Golden Age of American radio.

  2. Fred Allen (31 de mayo de 1894-17 de marzo de 1956) fue un humorista estadounidense cuyo programa radiofónico (1934-1949) le convirtió en uno de los más populares de la llamada Era Clásica de la radio americana. [1] Se hizo famoso por sus números con el actor Jack Benny.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0020521Fred Allen - IMDb

    Fred Allen. Actor: It's in the Bag!. Fred Allen, the well-known comedian who went on to star in radio, television, and film, was born John Florence Sullivan in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1894 and educated at Boston University. His Broadway shows include "The Passing Show of 1922" and "The Greenwich Village Follies".

  4. Fred Allen, the well-known comedian who went on to star in radio, television, and film, was born John Florence Sullivan in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1894 and educated at Boston University. His Broadway shows include "The Passing Show of 1922" and "The Greenwich Village Follies".

  5. 13 de mar. de 2024 · Fred Allen (born May 31, 1894, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.—died March 17, 1956, New York, N.Y.) was an American humorist whose laconic style, dry wit, and superb timing influenced a generation of radio and television performers. While working as a stack boy in the Boston Public Library, the young Sullivan came across a book on juggling ...

  6. www.wikiwand.com › es › Fred_AllenFred Allen - Wikiwand

    Fred Allen fue un humorista estadounidense cuyo programa radiofónico le convirtió en uno de los más populares de la llamada Era Clásica de la radio americana. Se hizo famoso por sus números con el actor Jack Benny. Sus interpretaciones influyeron en humoristas tales como Stan Freberg.

  7. Issue. 1. Satire, according to the playwright George S. Kaufman, “is what closes Saturday night,” but for seventeen years Fred Allen used his satiric brand of humor to create some of the nation’s most popular radio comedy. “The other comedians … swoon at Allen,” said a onetime editor of Variety, the show business newspaper.