Sid Caesar

Sid Caesar

Performer

Sid Caesar, who, as the star of the 1950s live comedy show "Your Show of Shows," became one of the first television celebrities and set a bar for sketch comedy that would remain for years, died on Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91.

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  • Born: Sep 8, 1922 in Yonkers, NY
  • Death: Feb 12, 2014 in Beverly Hills, CA

Roles (22)

Sid Caesar & Company Playbill - November 1989 Sid Caesar & Company (1989)
Opened Nov 1, 1989
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Four On a Garden Playbill - March 1971 The Swingers (1971)
Opened Jan 30, 1971
  • as Mr. Lewis (Original)
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Four On a Garden Playbill - March 1971 Betty (1971)
Opened Jan 30, 1971
  • as Bob (Original)
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Four On a Garden Playbill - March 1971 House of Dunkelmayer (1971)
Opened Jan 30, 1971
  • as Max (Original)
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Four On a Garden Playbill - March 9171 Toreador (1971)
Opened Jan 30, 1971
  • as The Painter (Original)
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Little Me Playbill - Jan 1963 Little Me (1962)
Opened Nov 17, 1962
  • as Val du Val (Original)
  • as Prince Cherney (Original)
  • as Otto Schnitzler (Original)
  • as Noble Junior (Original)
  • as Noble Eggleston (Original)
  • as Mr. Pinchley (Original)
  • as Fred Poitrine (Original)
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Make Mine Manhattan Playbill - Jan 1948 Make Mine Manhattan (1948)
Opened Jan 15, 1948
  • as Street Cleaner (Original)
  • as Still Another Delegate (Original)
  • as Mr. Bigelow (Original)
  • as Herman W. Willoughby, Jr. (Original)
  • as Bassett (Original)
  • as Another Delegate (Original)
  • as A Delegate (Original)
  • as "The Good Old Days" Performer (Original)
  • as "Penny Gum Machine" Performer (Original)
  • as "A Night Out" Performer (Original)
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Awards

Tony Award
1963 Best Actor in a Musical Little Me Nominee
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