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“He was a lousy actor and he got out as soon as he could,” Groucho once said. “Zeppo didn’t like acting and didn’t want to be an actor, but we had to have a fourth brother.” But, while his film career was brief and undistinguished compared to his brothers’, Zeppo was an entrepreneur who found success in other ways.
Chico died of arteriosclerosis at age 74 on October 11, 1961, at his Hollywood home. He was the eldest brother and the first to die.
Zeppo Marx, the surviving member of the Marx Brothers comedy team who left the quartet in 1934 for other businesses, died yesterday at Eisenhower Medical Center in Palm Springs, Calif. The youngest of the brothers, he was 78 years old and had lived in Palm Springs.
One day Chico found Herbert sitting on a fence, greeting him by saying “Hi, Zeke“! Chico responded with “Hi, Zeb” and the name stuck. The brothers thereafter called him “Zeb” or ”Zep”, and when he joined the act it became “Zeppo” to match his brothers.
In 1961 Chico died of a heart condition; Harpo died three years later; both Groucho and Gummo passed away in 1977; and the last living Marx brother, Zeppo, died in 1979.
|Net Worth:||$12 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Oct 2, 1890 – Aug 19, 1977 (86 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Comedian, Singer, Screenwriter|
Gummo, the eldest brother, had dropped out of the act long before the brothers made it to Hollywood. He became a theatrical agent. After the first five films, Zeppo, the youngest, also dropped out, and went to work with Gummo.
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Duck Soup was the last film that Zeppo appeared in with his brothers, as well as the last that the Marx Brothers made with Paramount.
The Marx brothers got their start largely with the help of their mother Miene “Minnie” Schoenberg and her brother Adolph Schoenberg (a.k.a. Al Shean) who was a successful vaudeville performer himself. Minnie and Al’s father had also been a performer, a magician.
The Marx Brothers also had an older ‘sister’—actually a cousin, born in January 1885—who had been adopted by Minnie and Frenchie. Her name was Pauline, or “Polly”. Groucho talked about her in his 1972 Carnegie Hall concert.
Brett Marx (born 1964), grandson of Milton “Gummo” Marx, great-nephew of Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Zeppo Marx, movie and television actor and producer. … Miriam Marx (1927–2017), daughter of Groucho Marx, writer. Sam Marx (1859–1933), father of the Marx Brothers.
Ol’ Blue Eyes’ widow, Barbara, was married to Zeppo Marx before she married Frank, left everything to her son, Robert Marx, a lawyer and friend of Prince Albert II of Monaco. (Marx could not be reached for comment.) The auction of 300 objects, including Barbara’s jewelry, is expected to raise $3.5 million.
Sinatra lived for 67 years after she and her husband were divorced. She never remarried. She later settled in Beverly Hills, where she entertained her children and grandchildren every Sunday until she was nearly 100.
Barbara Sinatra, who was married to legendary singer Frank Sinatra for nearly 22 years, has died. She was 90.
In 1961, Harpo published his autobiography, Harpo Speaks! Because he never spoke a word in character, many believed he actually was mute. In fact, radio and TV news recordings of his voice can be found on the Internet, in documentaries, and on bonus materials of Marx Brothers DVDs.
The brothers were the sons of Jewish immigrants Simon or Sam (“Frenchie”) Marx (or Marks), a well-dressed but apparently incompetent tailor born to German parents, most likely in Strasbourg, Alsace, France, in 1859, and Minnie, born Miene Schönberg, born in Dornum, Germany, in 1864.
“The Marx Brothers were from New York City, but they lived in Chicago for years,” says Tim Samuelson, curator of architecture at the Chicago Historical Society.
It was not a family in that regard.” Harpo was married for 28 years to future College of the Desert board member Susan Marx. Groucho was married and divorced three times, Zeppo was married and divorced twice. Chico divorced in 1940 and married again in 1958, three years before his death.
On March 8, 1959, the three best-known members of the Marx Brothers comedy troupe appeared together on television for the last time. There were actually five Marx Brothers in all, born in New York City between 1887 and 1901. They were boyhood vaudevillians, with the stage names Chico, Harpo, Groucho, Gummo and Zeppo.
Net Worth:$50 MillionDate of Birth:Jan 10, 1944 – Mar 16, 2016 (72 years old)Gender:MaleProfession:Singer, Conductor, Songwriter, ActorNationality:United States of America
Celebritynetworth.com now says Barbara’s net worth was also $200 million at the time of her death.
Net Worth:$200 MillionDate of Birth:Dec 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998 (82 years old)Gender:MaleHeight:5 ft 7 in (1.715 m)Profession:Singer, Actor, Film Producer, Conductor, Film director, Television Director
Frank Sinatra’s exact age would be 106 years 18 days old if alive.
LOS ANGELES (UPI) — — Dean Paul Martin, son of entertainer Dean Martin, was remembered at a memorial service attended by Frank Sinatra and other Hollwood stars Wednesday as a man with a warm sense of humor whose family and flying career meant the most to him.
Sinatra, Dean Martin, Michael Jackson and Bill Cosby were among the honorary pallbearers for the gifted singer, dancer and actor, who died Wednesday of throat cancer in his Beverly Hills home.
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A.J. Lambert was born on May 22, 1974 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Angela Jennifer Lambert. She is known for her work on Interstate 60: Episodes of the Road (2002), Wayne’s World 2 (1993) and Shadowboxer (2005). She is married to John Paparazzi. They have one child.