Milton Berle

Age: 105
Birthplace: New York City, New York, USA

Milton Berle was an Emmy-winning American comedian and actor. As the manic host of NBC's Texaco Star Theater (1948–55), in 1948 he was the first major star of US television and as such became known as Uncle Miltie and Mr. Television to millions during TV's golden age.

Movie Character Year
3hpzenudkulxpbnnd7sob0ursc5 The Mark of Zorro Boy (uncredited) 1920
Hv4k00ns2nrikhsftm0aimkrkos Rise and Shine Seabiscuit 1941
Dw3yaci9qr2umpvppjkxfijuthr A Gentleman At Heart Lucky Cullen 1942
W1siziisijiwmtmvmdmvmtkvmtuvmdmvntmvnda3lzlbrxnim1bawmzpdtjvtmryvvhdqllrn2vzwi5qcgcixsxbinailcj0ahvtyiisiju1edc1iyjdxq Margin for Error Moe Finkelstein 1943
J5mrcgyf4ira4ttr8rabkvuzu2u It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World J. Russell Finch 1963
Eyymxitrsr3a4ptxy9fnmdponnb The Loved One Mr. Kenton 1965
Abni0wl0ufkbpud6inhivp4eqpa The Happening Fred 1967
Fuqbhui3midvmb28x4jfupvhu7d Who's Minding The Mint? Luther Burton 1967
3w6w9ruqntaggg3sy2ae1jd23sc Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows The Movie Director: The 'In' Group 1968
Fl6rh7zaovvbgejrg7ezgmmhter Journey Back to Oz The Cowardly Lion 1974
Lunflolwktgepszg1z8siiyzlsu The Muppet Movie Mad Man Mooney 1979
5nreczqxkr90yiezwm3mmaaxwvz Pee-wee's Big Adventure Himself 1985
Itcupwofqzjbzaskwfk5vxtavay Going Overboard Himself (Uncredited) 1989
R9nsmibkdvnev8xepk7nrhdbdgg James Dean: Forever Young Himself (archive footage) 2005