Jimmy Durante Actor
Jimmy Durante is a 86 years old actor from United States of America from Manhattan, New York. Jimmy Durante was born on February 10, 1893 (died on January 29, 1980, he was 86 years old) in Manhattan, New York.
Comedian, composer, actor, singer and songwriter Jimmy Durante was educated in New York public schools. He began his career as a Coney Island pianist, and organized a five-piece band in 1916. He opened the Club Durant with Eddie Jackson and Lou Clayton, with whom he later formed a comedy trio for vaudeville and on television. He appeared in the Broadway musicals "Show Girl", "The New Yorkers", "Strike Me Pink", "Jumbo", "Red Hot and Blue", and "Stars in Your Eyes". By 1936, he had appeared at the Palladium in London. Later he had his own radio and...
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No, he died on 01/29/1980, 43 years ago. He was 86 years old when he died. Cause of death: pneumonia. He died in Santa Monica and buried in Holy Cross Cemetery .
Jimmy Durante Albums (27)
There are 27 albums of Jimmy Durante.
His last album Young at Heart released 1 year 5 months ago. When Young at Heart released, he was 128 years old. This album contains 10 tracks
His first album Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer released 71 years ago, he was 58 years old when this album released.
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Jimmy Durante Movies (57)
There are 57 movies of Jimmy Durante.
His first feature film was It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963, as Smiler Grogan). He was 70 when he starred in this movie. Since 1963, he has appeared in 57 feature films. The last one is This Time for Keeps (1947). In this movie, we watched him in the Ferdi Farro character .Jimmy Durante movies.
Jimmy Durante movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:
|Smiler Grogan||It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963)||70|
|Narrator||Frosty the Snowman (1969)||76|
|And the Oscar Goes To... (2014)||120|
|That's Entertainment, Part II (1976)||83|
|Banjo||The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942)||48|
|That's Entertainment! (1974)||81|
|Mr. Louie Amendola||The Great Rupert (1950)||57|
|Anthony Wonder||Billy Rose's Jumbo (1962)||69|
|Breezy Albright||The Milkman (1950)||57|
|Marlene Dietrich: Her Own Song (2002)||108|
|That's Entertainment! III (1994)||101|
|The man with the large nose||The Last Judgment (1961)||68|
|Jimmy Clayton, Jazz Bandits bandleader||Little Miss Broadway (1938)||45|
|Willie Gumbatz||Start Cheering (1938)||45|
|Hank Merman||Student Tour (1934)||41|
|O.O. Jones||The Cuban Love Song (1931)||38|
|James||Speak Easily (1932)||39|
|Archive footage||Hollywood Musicals of the 40's (2000)||107|
|Abe Shilling||The Wet Parade (1932)||39|
|Jimmy||Blondie of the Follies (1932)||39|
|Himself||Breakdowns of 1942 (1942)||48|
|Himself||Don Knotts: Tied Up with Laughter (2011)||118|
|Himself / Schnarzan||Hollywood Party (1934)||41|
|Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? (1975)||82|
|Billy Kipp / Julian Kipp||Two Girls and a Sailor (1944)||51|
|Screen Snapshots (Series 16, No. 1) (1936)||43|
|It's Showtime (1976)||83|
|Happy McGillicuddy||George White's Scandals (1934)||41|
|'Spike'||Two Sisters from Boston (1946)||53|
|Jefferson Twitchel||Sally, Irene and Mary (1938)||45|
|Hollywood My Home Town (1965)||72|
|Nick Lombardi||It Happened in Brooklyn (1947)||54|
|Himself - Host||The New March of Dimes Presents: The Scene Stealers (1962)||68|
|Knobby Walsh||Palooka (1934)||40|
|Ptomaine' - Ships Cook||Hell Below (1933)||40|
|Jeeper Smith||You're in the Army Now (1941)||48|
|Buckley||On an Island with You (1948)||55|
|Moxie||Strictly Dynamite (1934)||41|
|Humpty Dumpty||Alice Through the Looking Glass (1966)||73|
|Joe McGoo - the Favorite 'Schnozzle' of the Screen||Meet the Baron (1933)||40|
|Julius J. McCracken||The Passionate Plumber (1932)||38|
|Curly Cooney||The Phantom President (1932)||39|
|Cornelius J. Courtney||Melody Ranch (1940)||47|
|Jonah J. Whistler||Land Without Music (1936)||45|
|Andrews||Music for Millions (1944)||51|
|Jimmy Potts||What! No Beer? (1933)||40|
|Schnozzle||New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford (1931)||38|
|Jimmy||Broadway to Hollywood (1933)||40|
|Daffy||Roadhouse Nights (1930)||37|
|Santa Claus||The Christmas Party (1931)||38|
|Hollywood on Parade (1932)||39|
|Give a Man a Job (1933)||39|
|Gert||Hollywood on Parade No. B-9 (1934)||41|
|Hollywood on Parade No. B-9 (1934)||41|
|Ferdi Farro||This Time for Keeps (1947)||54|
Jimmy Durante TV Shows (14)
His first TV Show was The Ed Sullivan Show (1948).Jimmy Durante TV shows.
Awarded Peabody Award .What was Jimmy's zodiac sign?
Jimmy Durante zodiac sign was aquarius.
Other facts about Jimmy Durante
|Place of burial||Holy Cross Cemetery|
|Manner of death||Natural Causes|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Date of death||1980-01-29T00:00:00Z|
|Member of political party||Democratic Party|
|Place of death||Santa Monica|
|Family name||Durante. Show people with the surname Durante|
|Cause of death||Pneumonia|
|U.S. National Archives Identifier||10567869|
|Discography||Jimmy Durante Discography|