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Joey Faye (Joseph Palladino)

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
This multi-faceted comic appeared first in burlesque -- usually as "second banana" to a star comedian (ofttimes Phil Silvers) -- and then appeared successfully on the legitimate stage, in film, on television and in adverts. He claimed credit for two of vaudeville's more renowned pieces of business: "Floogle Street" and "Slowly I Turn," the latter later popularized more widely by Abbott & Costello (see Bud Abbott and Lou Costello) and also by the sometime team of Ben Blue and Sid Fields. Joey Faye continued working even while well into his 80s. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Sol Z. Steiner

The Tender Trap 1955

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Character: Miner / Artist

North to Alaska 1960

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Character: Coutiere

The Wizard of Baghdad 1960

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Character: Himself - Comedian

The Colgate Comedy Hour 1950

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Character: Joe - Poolroom Janitor

The Jackie Gleason Show 1966

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Character: Max Krail

77 Sunset Strip 1958

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Character: Bread Shopper on 16mm Film

For Love or Money 1963

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Character: Porky Bunker

The Thin Man 1957

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Character: Tony De Santos

Startime 1959

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Character: Rubdub Ben Thud

Shirley Temple's Storybook 1958

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