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  1. Martin Short. Short en 2014. ) es un comediante, actor, escritor, cantante, actor de voz, y productor de cine estadounidense-canadiense. Es conocido por su trabajo en comedias, sobre todo en los programas de televisión como SCTV y Saturday Night Live. Entre su filmografía se cuentan notables películas de comedia como Un simple deseo, Santa ...

    Año
    Título
    Papel
    Notas
    2021–presente
    Oliver
    Papel protagonista, 10 episodios, ...
    2021
    Leprechaun
    Estrella invitada, Episodio: ...
    2019
    Gordie (voz)
    Episodio: "Cellsea"
    2019
    Dick Lundry
    2 episodios
    • Martin Hayter Short
    • 26 de marzo de 1950 (71 años), Hamilton, Ontario, Canadá
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    Martin Short. For the author, see Martin Short (author). Martin Hayter Short OC (born March 26, 1950) is a Canadian-American actor, comedian, singer, and writer. He is known for his work on the television programs SCTV and Saturday Night Live.

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    Martin Short, Actor: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause. Martin Short was born on March 26, 1950 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada as Martin Hayter Short. He is an actor and writer, known for The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006), Innerspace (1987) and Inherent Vice (2014).

  4. Martin Short was born on March 26, 1950 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada as Martin Hayter Short. He is an actor and writer, known for The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006), Inherent Vice (2014) and Three Amigos! (1986). He was previously married to Nancy Dolman.

    • Martin Hayter Short
    • 5' 8" (1.73 m)
    • March 26, 1950 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
    • MartyShorty
    • Early Years
    • Education
    • Early Career
    • Second City and SNL
    • Film Work
    • Television Work
    • Theatre
    • Charitable Involvements
    • Awards

    Martin Short grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, the youngest of five children to parents Charles and Olive. Both parents influenced Short’s passion for art and comedy during his youth. His father was known for his sharp sense of humour, while his mother, a violinist with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, nurtured his thirst for performing. As a child, Short recorded his own albums on a reel-to-reel recorder and improvised talk shows in which he played host, guest and audience. Short endured considerable loss in his youth. When he was 12 his brother David died, and by the time he was 20 he had lost both of his parents. In his 2014 memoir, I Must Say: My Life as a Humble Comedy Legend, Short observed that “humour was what kept us sane.” However, he refutes the notion that his career as a comedian stemmed from a desire to alleviate the pain of a tragic youth. He credits losing both parents at a young age with giving him experience and fearlessness.

    Martin Short attended McMaster University and spent two years in pre-med before changing his major to social work. He performed in campus plays, became a member of the McMaster Shakespearean Players and the president of Proscenium, a club that mounted musicals. It was at McMaster that he met Eugene Levy and Dave Thomas, with whom he would continue to collaborate for years to come.

    After graduating from McMaster, Short worked part-time as a social worker while establishing himself in the Toronto comedy scene. He landed his first professional acting gig in a credit card commercial in 1972. His big break came that year with the Toronto production of Godspell, in which he was cast alongside Eugene Levy, Paul Shaffer, Victor Garber, Gilda Radner, Jayne Eastwood, Andrea Martin and Nancy Dorman. (Short and Dorman were married from 1980 until her death in 2010.) Godspell was extremely successful and ran for 488 shows, launching the careers of many of Canada’s top comics. Reviews were very positive, with Short’s hometown Hamilton Spectatorwriting that he performed with “the look film directors try to capture in movies about young stars breaking into theatre.” Short hosted the CBC TV youth variety show Right On (1972) and was a regular on Global’s Everything Goes (1975). He appeared in a mix of stage productions, including the queer prison drama Fortune and Men’s Eyes...

    In 1977, Martin Short joined Second City in Toronto, where he learned “how to write and how to trust my instincts onstage.” He appeared on some American television series, including The Love Boat (1980), Taxi (1981) and a regular role on the James L. Brooks sitcom The Associates (1979–80), before appearing in the American version of SCTVin 1981. In 1982, he moved back north to appear in the original Canadian version, displaying his versatility as an artist and his superb comic timing. He later won a Primetime Emmy Award for his writing on the show. Short created a number of memorable characters on SCTV, including: talk show host Brock Linehan, based on celebrity interviewer Brian Linehan; elderly Jewish songwriter Irving Cohen, largely inspired by Vaudeville performer Sophie Tucker; and Ed Grimley, an eccentric, hyper-nerdy character with hiked-up pants and an exaggerated Alfalfa hairdo. Grimely’s popularity inspired the short-lived Hanna-Barbera animated series The Completely Menta...

    Martin Short made his film debut alongside Steve Martin and Chevy Chase in¡Three Amigos! (1986). Co-written by Martin and Lorne Michaels, the film performed moderately with audiences and received mixed reviews from critics. Roger Ebert suggested that ¡Three Amigos! would be better served if all three actors adopted the “manic goofiness” of Short’s SNL style. Since then, Short has flourished as a comedic character actor. Innerspace (1987) proved that he could steal any scene, with Variety noting that he comes “into his own as a screen personality as a mild-mannered little guy who rises to an extraordinary situation.” Short lent his talents to such films as Cross My Heart (1987), Three Fugitives (1989) and Christopher Guest’s Hollywood spoof The Big Picture(1989). Short charmed movie audiences with his clever and quirky interpretation of the flamboyant wedding planner Franck Eggelhoffer in Father of the Bride (1991) and Father of the Bride: Part II (1995). Critics called his performan...

    For television, Short hosted The Martin Short Show (1999–2000), which was nominated for six Daytime Emmy Awards. He wrote and produced three comedy specials, all of which won major awards. One of Short’s televised hits was the somewhat controversial Primetime Glick (2001–03) on Comedy Central, in which he appeared as an overweight and obnoxious talk show host. In 2004, Short took this character to the big screen for the feature Jiminy Glick in Lalawood. Since then he has appeared on the popular series Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (2005), Arrested Development (2005), Weeds (2011), How I Met Your Mother (2011–12), Mulaney (2014–15), The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015) and Modern Family (2016). Short gave one of his best and most unexpected performances as determined lawyer Leonard Winstone in the third season of the legal drama Damages (2010), alongside Glenn Close and Lily Tomlin, earning him a Primetime Emmy nomination. He also contributed voice work to the series The Cat in...

    Short has appeared in numerous stage productions, including revues comprising his own material as well as mainstream productions. Some of his Canadian stage credits include: You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown; What's a Nice Country Like You Doing in a State Like This?; The Apple Tree; and numerous Second City mainstage productions in Toronto. His success in Broadway theatre includes Neil Simon’s The Goodbye Girl (1993), for which he won two awards and was nominated for a Tony Award; Little Me (1999), for which he won a Tony Award; and It’s Only a Play(2015). He created an autobiographical one-man show, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, for Broadway and began touring with it in 2006, reprising some of his most popular characters, including Jiminy Glick and Ed Grimley. In 2003, he starred in the Los Angeles run of The Producersalongside Jason Alexander. Mel Brooks had originally approached Short to star in the Broadway production, but Short declined because he didn’t want to relocate his f...

    Short frequently participates with charitable causes including: Comic Relief, the Toys “R” Us Children’s Fund; The Calgary Foundation’s 2013 Flood Rebuilding Fund, for which he and Steve Martin donated proceeds from a live performance; and the Women’s Cancer Research Fund, which honoured Short and his wife Nancy following her death from cancer. Short lives and works in California and maintains a residence in Ontario’s Muskokaregion.

    Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program (SCTV Network), Primetime Emmy Awards (1983)
    Best Actor – Musical (The Goodbye Girl), Outer Critics Circle Awards (1993)
    Theatre World Award (The Goodbye Girl), Theatre World Awards (1993)
    Earle Grey Award, Gemini Awards(1995)
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