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Most celebrity autobiographies are filled with drama, tragedy and pathos...My Hilarious Life, which he co-wrote with Jane Scovell, is warm, witty and often laugh-out-loud funny. It's what you would expect from the six-time Emmy-winner who came to
Countless clips are posted on the website, and that seems just fine with Burnett. "I'm getting fan mail from 11-year-olds, teenagers!" she said incredulously. Burnett recalled a recent trip to Texas where she took questions from an audience (anyone
53pm Carol Burnett is famous for a lot of things: her boneless physicality and her full-bore Tarzan yodel. Then there was the experience in the 1960s with a CBS network executive. Upon suggesting to him that she headline a sketch comedy series, he
Burnett revealed her favorite characters she portrayed on her legendary show. "I loved Mrs. Wiggins. I loved doing Eunice, I could vent," Burnett says. "And all the movie takeoffs. I was raised in the 40s and 50s so it was a throwback to me." One of
Most celebrity autobiographies are filled with drama, tragedy and pathos...My Hilarious Life," which he co-wrote with Jane Scovell, is warm, witty and often laugh-out-loud funny. It's what you would expect from the six-time Emmy-winner who came to
The term "living legend" could easily be applied to Tim Conway. The elfin comedian has been making people laugh for over 50 years in shows like 'McHale's Navy' and of course 'The Carol Burnett Show.' The 79 year-old Ohio native has a memoir out. '
who starred in CBS' "The Carol Burnett Show" for 11 years (1967-78) -- became the 16th recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at an event PBS will televise Sunday, Nov. 24. Before she left Washington, D.C., she had a stop she didn't
Carol Burnett receives Mark Twain Prize for comedy Burnett said she was thrilled to win an award named after satirist Mark Twain US comedian Carol Burnett has been honoured with the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Dame Julie Andrews, Tony
Award-winning actress and best-selling author Carol Burnett will receive the 16 th Annual Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor Sunday night, during a celebration that also will see her saluted by her fellow comedians and entertainers.
Like a Southern-fried Larry David in rolled-to-the-knee support hose, Thelma Mae Crowley Harper could curb anyone's enthusiasm. For six seasons on "Mama's Family" beginning in 1983 and years before that on "The Carol Burnett Show" the motor-mouthed