Mel Brooks


Mel Brooks was born Melvin Kaminsky on June 28, 1926 in Brooklyn, New York. He served in WWII, and afterwards got a job playing the drums at nightclubs in the Catskills. Brooks eventually started a comedy act and also worked in radio and as Master Entertainer at Grossinger's Resort before going to television. He was a writer for, Your Show of Shows (1950) Caesar's Hour (1954) and wrote the Broadway show Shinbone Alley. He also worked in the creation of The 2000 Year Old Man (1975) and Agente 86 (1965) before embarking on a highly successful film career in writing, acting, producing and directing. Brooks is famous for the spoofs of different film genres that he made such as Banzé no Oeste (1974), A História do Mundo - Parte I (1981), A Última Loucura de Mel Brooks (1976), O Jovem Frankenstein (1974), A Louca! Louca História de Robin Hood (1993), Alta Ansiedade (1977), Drácula, Morto mas Feliz (1995), and S.O.S.: Tem um Louco Solto no Espaço (1987).


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