Jackie Mason In-depth Biography
Jackie Mason is a Jewish-American stand up comedian from Wisconsin and grew up in New York. He was born on 9th June 1936 to a family of rabbis but, decided in his mid-20’s that he would break the chain by going into stand-up comedy.
Never far from causing an outcry, Jackie Mason uses observations from his own life experiences as well poking fun at religions (especially his Jewish roots) in his shows. He also has a firm political stance on a number of issues and this has played a big part in his performances.
Jackie Mason has appeared in many TV and radio shows. Notable performances include the infamous story of him pointing the finger in The Ed Sullivan Show and appearing in television show "Caddyshack II" and sitcom "Chicken Soup".
He has written a number of successful books and columns for The Washington Times, www.jewishworldreview.com and World Net Daily.