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Also Known As: Died: May 4, 2009
Born: August 1, 1933 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Began performing with the Cleveland Playhouse
1960:
Made NY stage debut in the off-Broadway production of "Little Mary Sunshine"
1963:
First Broadway performance was in "The Student Gypsy"
1964:
Made TV debut on "The Garry Moore Show" (CBS); created character Dominic the Great
1964:
Film acting debut in Sidney Lumet's "Fail Safe"
1964:
Was as a regular performer (with Carol Burnett and Bob Newhart) in the television show "The Entertainers" (CBS)
1966:
Appeared as a regular on "The Dean Martin Summer Show" (NBC)
1968:
Hosted own short-lived variety show, "The Dom DeLuise Show" on CBS
1969:
First collaboration with Mel Brooks, "The Twelve Chairs"
1971:
Assumed leading role of Barney Cashman in Neil Simon's "Last of the Red Hot Lovers"
1971:
Was a recurring guest on "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour"
1972:
Appeared regularly on "The Dean Martin Show" (NBC)
1973:
Starred in the NBC sitcom, "Lotsa Luck"
1974:
Re-teamed with Mel Brooks for "Blazing Saddles"
1975:
Co-starred in the comedy film "The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother" directed by and starring Gene Wilder
1976:
Once again teamed with Brooks for "Silent Movie"
1978:
Co-starred with and directed by Burt Reynolds in "The End"
1979:
Feature film directing debut, "Hot Stuff"; also starred
1980:
Played the lead role, opposite Anne Bancroft in "Fatso"; also written and directed by Bancroft
1980:
Began directing stage productions at the Burt Reynolds Theatre
1980:
Joined Burt Reynolds for the comedy hit, "Smokey and the Bandit II"
1981:
Co-starred in Mel Brooks' "History of the World, Part I"
1981:
Once again starred opposite Reynolds in the cult comedy hit "The Cannonball Run"
1982:
Played a supporting role in "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" starring Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds
1984:
Reprised role for "Cannonball Run II"
1986:
Co-starred with Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner in "Haunted Honeymoon"; Wilder also wrote and directed
1987:
Starred in the syndicated sitcom, "The Dom DeLuise Show"
1989:
Made opera debut in "Orpheus in the Underworld" with the Los Angeles Opera Company
1991:
Hosted the syndicated show, "Candid Camera"
1994:
Played the regular role of Vinnie on "Burke's Law" (CBS)
1996:
Voiced Itchy Itchiford in the animated series, "All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series" (ABC)
1998:
Played Cookie the Cook on the PBS children's series "Charlie Horse Music Pizza"

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