Lista celor mai faimosi clovni ai lumii

Clowni Faimosi

  • Bev BergeronRebo the Clown CBS=TV 1960–65 – Magic Land of Allakazam & The Magic Circus
  • Ernie Blinko BurchBlinko (1929–1997) R50’s TV show. Ringling Bros. circus. The Greatest Show on Earth film. Named by Cecil B. DeMille
  • Daniel Rice (1823–1901) A famous American clown of the 19th century and principal inspiration for Uncle Sam.
  • David Konyot – 4 times winner best clown (U K) Hungarian circus festival, Polish circus Festival
  • Drosta – Real name unknown. European
  • Emmett Kelly – Extremely well known American tramp clown
  • Harty the clown – (1906–1986) Frank „Harty” Hart was chief clown for Billy Smart’s Circus for 12 years. He toured the US and UK’s biggest auditoriums, as well as appearing many times on TV. He even beat the panel on the BBC’s What’s My Line.
  • Ian P, Maltese Clown and Actor of the Rivendell Circus
  • Joe Jackson Sr & Jr. – famous tramp clown entree with a breakaway bicycle
  • Johann Ludwig JacobLou Jacobs (1903–1992) – During his 60 years in the American circus this Master Clown came to be known as one of the most famous clowns in the world through his innovative comic routines, compassion for others and strong dedication to his work. Credited with inventing the clown car gag.
  • Otto Griebling – (1896–1972) Prolific and influential Master Clown with the Cole Bros. and Ringling circuses. The single most admired and respected American circus clown of the 20th century
  • Vicki GabereauRosie Sunshine who ran as a candidate in the 1974 Toronto mayoral

election

Cowni Contemporani

Buffo – clovnul linistit

Clovni in Film

  • Abbott & Costello (William (Bud) Abbott, 1897–1974); Louis Costello, 1906–1959) American comedy duo whose mastery of the white clown (straight man) /red clown (comic) relationship made them one of the most popular and respected teams in American comedy history
  • Ben Turpin (September 19, 1869 – July 1, 1940) cross-eyed comedian, best remembered for his work in silent films
  • Buster Keaton – (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966) The Great Stoneface. His innovative work as both a comedian and a director made great contributions to the development of the art of cinema
  • Charlie Chaplin – (April 16, 1889 – December 25, 1977) British born comedian. The most famous actor in early to mid Hollywood cinema era, he acted in, directed, scripted, produced, and eventually scored his own films. His principal character was „The Little Tramp”
  • Chester Conklin (January 11, 1886 – October 11, 1971) American comedian and actor
  • Harry Langdon – (June 15, 1884 – December 22, 1944) was an American silent film comedian and a first class mime
  • Jacques Tati – (October 9, 1908 – November 5, 1982) was a French comedian, mime and filmmaker best known as the socially inept Monsieur Hulot
  • Keystone Cops incompetent group of policemen created by Mack Sennett for his Keystone Film Company between 1912 and 1917
  • Laurel & Hardy – perhaps the most famous comedy duo in film history
  • Martin & Lewis – an American comedy duo, comprising singer Dean Martin (as the „straight man”) and comedian Jerry Lewis (as his stooge)
  • The Marx Brothers – a team of sibling comedians that appeared in vaudeville, stage plays, film and television
  • Peter Sellers – (September 8, 1925 – July 24, 1980) Extremely versatile and talented English comedian and actor best remembered for the character of Inspector Clouseu
  • Roscoe „Fatty” Arbuckle (March 24, 1887 – June 29, 1933) One of the most popular actors of his era, but is best known today for his central role in the so-called „Fatty Arbuckle scandal”
  • Joseph UtslerShaggy 2 Dope; DJ of the Insane Clown Posse, a Detroit-based hip-hop group with a fan army of „schizophrenic wizards” called the juggalos and star of underground film Big Money Hustlaz
  • Slim Pickens, rodeo clown and film actor
  • Snub Pollard (November 9, 1889, Melbourne, Australia, – January 19, 1962) was a silent film comedian, popular in the 1920s.
  • The Three Stooges – starred in many short features that consisted of masterful ways of showcasing their extremely physical brand of slapstick comedy
  • W.C. Fields – (January 29, 1880 – December 25, 1946) was an American comedian and actor. Fields created one of the great American comic personas of the first half of the 20th century
  • Joseph BruceViolent J; The leader of the Insane Clown Posse, a Detroit-based hip-hop group and star of Big Money Hustlaz underground film

Clovni in Televiziune

Clovni in Teatru

  • A. Robins – Vaudeville’s „The Banana Man” and „One Man Music Shop”
  • Andy Kaufman American comic and one of the most famous practitioners of anti-humor
  • Clark & McCullough – Bobby Clark & Paul McCullough started as circus clowns and progressed to be stars of stage and screen
  • Ed Wynn – The Perfect Fool
  • George Carl – Longtime star of the Crazy Horse Saloon in Paris
  • George Washington Lafayette Fox, perhaps the most famous American stage clown during the 19th century and one of the first known performers to become typecast in a role
  • Joseph Grimaldi credited with being „the first whiteface clown” — in an homage to Grimaldi, circus clowns began referring to themselves and each other as „Joey”s, and the term ‘joey’ is now a synonym for clown
  • Olsen & Johnson – Stars of Broadway’s Hellzapoppin’
  • Richard Tarlton – actor and clown in the Elizabethan theatre in England
  • Robert Armin – actor and clown in Shakespeare’s company
  • Spike Jones and his City Slickers – Murdered the classics with their „Musical Depreciation Revue”; versatile American musical act featuring slapstick circus-style comedy
  • Tommy Cooper – British comedy magician
  • W. C. Fields – Vaudeville comedy star who mastered the variety as well as the legitimate stage, silent and talking films, print and radio
  • Will Kempe (fl. c 1589–1600) – actor dancer and clown who worked with Shakespeare; famously jigged his way from Norwich to London in 1600
  • Willie, West & McGinty – Fast-paced Irish-American vaudeville knockabout act about 3 laborers building a house

Clovni deveniti personaje

Clovni Personaje de Fictiune

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  1. adellyna

    Impresionanta lista,dar……romanii nu sunt inclusi??? Noi nu am avut ??? Siminica nu a fost recunoscut pe plan international?? Trist,foarte trist!!!

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