Alan King, ò”ä

Mr. King was an unabashed exemplar of Jewish comedy, a through-and-through New Yorker whose sensibility, delivery and accent never migrated far from their Brooklyn roots. As a boy he worked in the Catskills and sang on the radio, and he was schooled in the rimshot wisecrack by Milton Berle.

NY Times obit

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