How rich is Sid Caesar?


How rich is Isaac Sidney Caesar?

Isaac Sidney Caesar Net Worth:
$10 Million

Isaac Sidney Caesar Net Worth:

Isaac Sidney "Sid" Caesar (September 8, 1922 – February 12, 2014) was an American comic actor and writer, best known for the pioneering 1950s live television series Your Show of Shows, a 90-minute weekly show watched by 60 million people, and its successor Caesar's Hour, both of which influenced later generations of comedians. He also acted in movies; he played Coach Calhoun in Grease (1978) and its sequel Grease 2 (1982), and appeared in the films It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), Silent Movie (1976), History of the World, Part I (1981), and Cannonball Run II (1984).Caesar was considered a "sketch comic" and actor, as opposed to a stand-up comedian. He also relied more on body language, accents, and facial contortions than simply dialogue. Unlike the slapstick comedy, which was standard on TV, his style was considered "avant garde" in the 1950s. He conjured up ideas and scenes, and used writers to flesh out the concept and create the dialogue. Among the writers who wrote for Caesar early in their careers were Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Larry Gelbart, Carl Reiner, Michael Stewart, Mel Tolkin and Woody Allen. "Sid's was the show to which all comedy writers aspired. It was the place to be," said Steve Allen.His TV shows' subjects included satires of real life events and people—and parodies of popular film genres, theater, television shows, and opera. But unlike other comedy shows at the time, the dialogue was considered sharper, funnier and more adult-oriented. He was " known as one of the most intelligent and provocative innovators of television comedy," who some critics called television's Charlie Chaplin, and The New York Times refers to as the "...comedian of comedians from TV's early days."Honored in numerous ways over 60 years, he was nominated for 11 Emmy Awards, winning twice. He was also a saxophonist and author of several books, including two autobiographies in which he described his career and later struggle to overcome years of alcoholism and addiction to barbiturates.
Birth date: September 8, 1922
Death date: 2014-02-12
Birth place: Yonkers, New York, U.S.
Height:6' (1.83 m)
Profession: Actor, Production Manager, Soundtrack
Education: Juilliard School
Nationality: American
Spouse: Florence Levy
Children: Rick Caesar, Karen Caesar, Michele Glad
Parents: Max Caesar, Ida Caesar
Siblings: David Caesar
Awards: TCA Career Achievement Award, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actor, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Continuing Performance - Comedian In A Series, TV Land Pioneer Award
Nominations: Tony Award for Best Lead Actor in a Musical, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Most Outstanding Personality, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actor Starring In A Regular Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Comedian, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Continuing Performance in a Series by a Comedian (Male), Singer, Host, Dancer, M.C., Announcer, Narrator, Panelist, or any Person who Essentially Plays Himself, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Comedian Or Comedienne
Movies: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Grease, Silent Movie, History of the World, Part I, The Cheap Detective, Grease 2, The Busy Body, Tars and Spars, The Spirit is Willing, Vegas Vacation, Airport 1975, The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu, Cannonball Run II, A Guide for the Married Man, Stoogemania, The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit, The Munsters' Revenge, Love Is Never Silent, Barnaby and Me, Comic Book: The Movie, The Great Mom Swap, Alice in Wonderland, Fire Sale, Globehunters: An Around the World in 80 Days Adventure, The Emperor's New Clothes, The Best of Sid Caesar, Intergalactic Thanksgiving, Let Me In, I Hear Laughter: A Salute to the Friars Club, Pioneers of Primetime, Mr. Laughs: A Look Behind the Curtain, Milton Berle's Buick Hour #4
TV shows: Amazing Stories, Pink Lady, Caesar's Hour, Your Show of Shows, Admiral Broadway Revue, Dorothy in the Land of Oz, Something a Little Less Serious: A Tribute to 'It's a Mad Mad Mad

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