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    Zeppo Marx (younger brother) Al Shean (maternal uncle) Milton " Gummo " Marx (October 23, 1892 – April 21, 1977) was an American vaudevillian performer, actor, comedian, and theatrical agent. [1] He was the second youngest of the five Marx Brothers. Born in Manhattan, he worked with his brothers on the vaudeville circuit, leaving the act when ...

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  2. Milton Marx ( 23 de octubre de 1892 - 21 de abril de 1977 ), más conocido como Gummo, fue uno de los Hermanos Marx. Nacido en Nueva York, trabajó junto a sus hermanos durante un breve período en el vodevil, pero finalmente dejó el mundo de la actuación al no ser una actividad de su agrado.

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    Milton Marx (October 23, 1892 – April 21, 1977), better known by his stage name Gummo Marx, was an American vaudevillian performer, actor, comedian and theatrical agent. He was the second youngest of the five Marx Brothers. Born in Manhattan, New York City, he worked with his brothers on the vaudeville circuit, but left acting when he was drafted i...

    Marx was born in Manhattan, New York City, on October 23, 1892. His parents were Sam Marx (called "Frenchie" throughout his life), and his wife, Minnie Schoenberg Marx. Marx's family was Jewish. His mother was from Dornum in East Frisia, and his father was a native of Alsace and worked as a tailor. Although the fourth Marx Brother in age, he was th...

    He married Helen von Tilzer on March 16, 1929, and they were married until her death in January 1976. Their son, Robert, was born in 1930.

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    After his Army career he joined with Zeppo and operated a theatrical agency. After that collaboration ended, Gummo represented his brother Groucho and worked on the television show The Life of Riley, which he helped develop. He also represented other on-screen talent and a number of writers, and was well respected as a businessman. He rarely requir...

    In his autobiography, Harpo explained that Milton became Gummo because he crept about the theater like a gumshoe detective. Other sources reported that Gummo was the family's hypochondriac, having been the sickliest of the brothers in childhood, and therefore wore rubber overshoes, called gumshoes, in all kinds of weather. Still others reported tha...

    Marx married Helen von Tilzer on March 16, 1929; they remained married until her death in January 1976. Their son, Robert, was born in 1930.

  3. Milton Marx (23 de octubre de 1892 - 21 de abril de 1977), más conocido como Gummo, fue uno de los Hermanos Marx. Nacido en Nueva York , trabajó junto a sus hermanos durante un breve período en el vodevil , pero finalmente dejó el mundo de la actuación al no ser una actividad de su agrado.

  4. Milton "Gummo" Marx (October 23, 1893 – April 21, 1977) was an American vaudevillian performer, actor, comedian, and theatrical agent. He was the second youngest of the five Marx Brothers . Born in Manhattan , he worked with his brothers on the vaudeville circuit, leaving the act when he was drafted into the US Army in 1918 during World War I and replaced by Zeppo .

  5. Actor estadounidense. Nacimiento. 23 de octubre de 1893. Manhattan, Estados Unidos. Fallecimiento. 21 de abril de 1977. Palm Springs, California. Gummo Marx. Fue uno de los integrantes del mítico conjunto cómico llamado "Los Hermanos Marx", que realizó películas por docenas y cautivó al público estadounidense y mundial.