Jonathan Winters Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Jonathan Winters Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Actor Jonathan Winters including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Jonathan Winters
Real Name Jonathan Winters
Profession Actors, Stand-up Comedians, Comedians
Nick Name Jonathan Harshman Winters III
Famous as Comedian, Actor
Nationality American
Personal life of Jonathan Winters
Born on 11 November 1925
Birthday 11th November
Died At Age 87
Sun Sign Scorpio
Born in Dayton, Ohio, U.S
Died on 11 April 2013
Place of death Montecito, California, U.S
Grouping of People Alcoholics
Diseases & Disabilities Bipolar Disorder
Family Background of Jonathan Winters
Father Jonathan Harshman Winters II
Mother Alice Kilgore (née Rodgers)
Spouse/Partner Eileen Winters (m. 1948–2009)
Children Lucinda Winters, Jay Winters
Education Springfield High School, Dayton Art Institute
Awards 1976 – Grammy Award for Best Album for Children

1991 – Emmy Award for supporting role

1996 – Grammy Award for Best Spoken Comedy Album

1999 – Mark Twain Prize for American Humor

2008 – TV Land Award

Personal Fact of Jonathan Winters

Jonathan Winters, one of America’s best known comedians, enjoyed a career spanning six decades, and was described, “Pound for pound, the funniest man alive.” After a stint in the Marine Corp during WW II, he returned, desperately looking to settle into a career. His big break as a comedian came after winning a talent contest. It brought him many assignments on television. At first, he performed as Johnny Winters, and soon had his own show on NBC, The Jonathan Winters Show. He had the distinction of being the first to use colored video tapes as part of the show. He was a good friend of Jack Paar and appeared frequently on The Tonight Show when Paar was the host.

He continued to perform on the show when Johnny Carson became its host. He also appeared on many other shows such as The Dean Martin Show, The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast, The Andy Williams Show, The Steve Allen Show, and The Garry Moore Show. He was a talented mimic; his impersonation of John Wayne, Cary Grant and President Kennedy is still remembered. Also memorable is the character of an old lady named Maude Frickert, weaved into his routines. He inspired comedians such as Billy Crystal, Steve Martin, and Jim Carrey, while Robin Williams idolized him.


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