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Born: June 29, 1947 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in Englewood, New Jersey
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Worked for four years after graduating college as head copywriter at a New Jersey advertising agency
1972:
Made Greenwich Village club debut as stand-up comedian
1976:
Appeared as a regular on the CBS variety program, "The Sonny and Cher Show"
1979:
Co-wrote and starred in "Diary of a Young Comic" which pre-empted an episode of "Saturday Night Live" and attracted favorable attention
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Wrote pilots and comedy material for television; acted in some of them
1982:
Made first of over 50 appearances on "Late Night with David Letterman"
1986:
Starred in first cable special, "I'm in Pain"
1987:
Played supporting role of Richard on short-lived ABC sitcom, "Harry", starring Alan Arkin
1988:
Co-starred in slapstick comedy feature film, "Wrong Guys" opposite fellow comedians Louie Anderson and Richard Belzer
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Appeared in two sequels to successful cable special: "The Richard Lewis 'I'm Exhausted' Concert" (1988) and "I'm Doomed" (1990)
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Starred as Marty Gold opposite Jamie Lee Curtis on popular ABC sitcom, "Anything But Love"
1990:
Played to a standing-room-only audience at New York's Carnegie Hall
1993:
Starred as Steven Mitchell opposite Don Rickles on the Fox-TV sitcom, "Daddy Dearest"; also co-executive produced
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Co-starred with Kevin Nealon in the ABC sitcom "Hiller and Diller"
2002:
Had recurring role of a rabbi on the popular series "7th Heaven" (The WB)

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