List Of All Mel Brooks TV Shows
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Mel Brooks, born Melvin Kaminsky on June 28, 1926, is an iconic American filmmaker, comedian, actor, and writer. Known for his irreverent humor, satirical wit, and groundbreaking comedic style, Brooks has left an indelible mark on the world of comedy and entertainment.
Brooks' career spans over seven decades and encompasses a wide range of creative endeavors. He began his journey as a comedy writer in television, working on popular shows like "Your Show of Shows" and "Get Smart." His talent for crafting sharp and hilarious jokes soon led him to venture into film.
As a filmmaker, Brooks achieved tremendous success and popularity. He wrote, directed, and produced a string of comedy classics that have become beloved and influential works of cinema. Films like "The Producers" (1967), "Blazing Saddles" (1974), and "Young Frankenstein" (1974) showcase Brooks' signature style of satire, slapstick humor, and fearless social commentary. His unique ability to push boundaries and tackle taboo subjects with wit and irreverence set him apart as a comedic genius.
Brooks' comedic talents extend beyond filmmaking. He is also a gifted actor and has brought memorable characters to life onscreen. His performances in his own films, such as the mad scientist Dr. Frankenstein in "Young Frankenstein," or the bumbling governor in "Blazing Saddles," demonstrate his versatility and comedic timing.
Throughout his career, Brooks has been recognized with numerous accolades, including an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for "The Producers," as well as Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Awards. His contributions to comedy have earned him a place among the greatest comedic minds in history.
Beyond his film work, Brooks has continued to make occasional appearances in television shows and on stage. He has also been involved in producing and adapting his films for the Broadway stage, further showcasing his creative range and passion for storytelling.
Mel Brooks' impact on comedy and entertainment cannot be overstated. His fearless and irreverent approach to humor, combined with his impeccable comedic timing, has influenced generations of comedians and filmmakers. His films continue to entertain audiences and serve as a testament to his comedic genius. With his enduring legacy, Mel Brooks remains a true legend in the world of comedy.
List of all Mel Brooks tv shows
|1961||The New Steve Allen Show||2000 Year Old Man||2 episodes|
|1962–92||The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||Guest / Himself||19 episodes|
|1967||The Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca,
Carl Reiner, Howard Morris Special
|1968–78||The Hollywood Squares (Daytime)||Himself / Panelist||15 episodes|
|1971–77||The Electric Company||Blond-Haired Cartoon Man (voice)||780 episodes|
|1974||Free to Be... You and Me||Baby Boy (voice)||Television film|
|1975||The 2000 Year Old Man||2000 Year Old Man (voice)||TV special|
|1983||An Audience with Mel Brooks||Himself||TV special|
|1990||The Tracey Ullman Show||Buzz Schlanger||Episode: "Due Diligence"|
|1993||Frasier||Tom (voice)||Episode: "Miracle on Third or Fourth Street"|
|1995||The Simpsons||Himself (voice)||Episode: "Homer vs. Patty and Selma"|
|1996–99||Mad About You||Uncle Phil||4 episodes|
|2000||The Kids from Room 402||Mr. Miller (voice)||Episode: "Squeezed Out"|
|2002||It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie||Joe Snow (voice)||Television film|
|2003||The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius||Santa Claus (voice)||Episode: "Holly Jolly Jimmy"|
|2003–07||Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks||Wiley the Sheep (voice)||47 episodes|
|2004||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Himself||4 episodes|
|2008–09||Spaceballs: The Animated Series||President Skroob, Yogurt (voice)||13 episodes|
|2010||Glenn Martin, DDS||Canine (voice)||Episode: "A Very Martin Christmas"|
|2011||Special Agent Oso||Grandpa Mel (voice)||Episode: "On Old MacDonald's Special Song/Snapfingers"|
|The Paul Reiser Show||The Angry Cat (voice)||Episode: "The Playdate"|
|Mel Brooks and Dick Cavett Together Again||Himself||TV special|
|2012||Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee||Himself||Episode: "I Want Sandwiches, I Want Chicken"|
|Mel Brooks Strikes Back||Himself||TV special|
|2014||Jeopardy!||Video Clue Presenter||Episode #30.131|
|Dora the Explorer||Mad Hatter (voice)||Episode: "Dora in Wonderland"|
|2015||Mel Brooks: Live at the Geffen||Himself||Stand-up TV special|
|The Comedians||Himself||Episode: "Celebrity Guest"|
|2018||To Tell the Truth||Himself||Season 3, episode 2|
|2019||Forky Asks A Question||Melephant Brooks (voice)||Episode: “What Is Love?”|
|2020||Grandma for President||Ernie Blanders (voice)||Podcast series|
|2022||Little Demon||Millipede (voice)||Episode: “Village of the Found”|
|2023||History of the World, Part II||Narrator|
|TBA||Fairy Tale Forest||Burgermeister||TV movie; Completed|