Gilbert Gottfried

Gilbert Gottfried

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Gilbert Gottfried

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Gilbert Gottfried

Gilbert Gottfried

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Gilbert started his stand-up career at the young age of 15, and only a few years later became known as, "the comedian's comedian."

Gottfried's stand-up notoriety led to being cast on multiple TV roles including, SNL, MTV, The Cosby Show and Late Night with David Letterman. His work in television soon led to roles in film. Most notable was his improvised scene in the hit sequel, Beverly Hills Cop II. Gottfried soon was appearing in almost all popular early 90's films including, Problem Child, Problem Child II, Look Who's Talking II and The Adventures of Ford Fairlane.

After his stellar performance as the wise cracking parrot, IAGO, in the Disney classic Aladdin, Gottfried became one of the most recognizable voiceover talents. He can be heard as the AFLAC Duck in their insurance commercials. His signature voice can also be heard reading Fifty Shades of Grey, a YouTube hit!

Most recently Gilbert has been a guest on many TV shows including, @Midnight with Chris Hardwick, The Howard Stern Show, and Law and Order SVU. Rubber Balls and Liquor, is Gilbert Gottfried's hilarious first-ever book. As a famed comics comic, Gottfried puts aside political correctness for his live performance and fires an onslaught of jokes that know no boundaries.

The famous author Stephen King states Gottfried as, "More than a national treasure, he's a secret weapon. If we had had Gilbert Gottfried in World War II, Hitler would have given up in 1942".

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