Rodney Dangerfield Movie Quotes

Rodney Dangerfield (Al Czervik): OK, you can owe me.

Rodney Dangerfield (Al Czervik): Last time I saw a mouth like that, it had a hook in it.
No Respect
Rodney Dangerfield (Al Czervik): What're we, waiting for these guys? Hey Whitey, where's your hat?

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    Late comedian and actor Rodney Dangerfield entertained American audiences during a career that lasted more than six decades. He was perhaps most known for his comedic line, “I don't get no respect.” He made the best use of his famous line by playing the role of a brash, ignorant, and assuming individual who would normally not command respect. Of course, it was all an act.

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    If ever there was a "late bloomer," it was American comedian Rodney Dangerfield. His father was a vaudeville pantomimist who was known professionally as Phil Roy, thus when Dangerfield struck out on his own stand-up comedy career at age 19 (he'd been writing jokes for other comics since 15), he called himself Jack Roy. For nine years he labored in...

    Birth: Nov. 22, 1921
    Deer Park
    Suffolk County
    New York, USA
    Death: Oct. 5, 2004
    Los Angeles County
    California, USA

    Actor, Comedian. Born Jacob Cohen, a native of Long Island, New York, he was fortunate to have two starts in the show business industry. His first was in the 1940s appearing in the "Borscht Belt" resorts in the Catskill Mountains of New York state where he wrote jokes, was a singing waiter and did a stand up act under the name of Jack Roy. He struggled until he decided to leave the business to earn a stable living as aluminum siding salesman and a house painter. He would later return in the 1960s at age 40 as Rodney Dangerfield, and his stand up act took off with various television appearances and comedy albums. The man who was famous for his signature phrase "I can't get no respect," he opened up the self-named comedy club "Dangerfield's" in New York City, New York, where he helped the careers of notable comics such as Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Carrey, Roseanne Barr, Jeff Foxworthy, Tim Allen and Sam Kinison. His movie career was as varied as his comedy act, making his acting debut in the 1971 movie "The Projectionist." He would later appear in such movies as "Caddyshack," "Easy Money," "Back to School," "Ladybugs," "Moving," "The Scout," and "Meet Wally Sparks." He took a rare turn at dramatic acting in 1994 that drew positive reviews in "Natural Born Killers" as the abusive father. Over the years, he never lost a blunt and sarcastic appeal for his brand of humor. He was a regular when Johnny Carson hosted "The Tonight Show" and would appear frequently on 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.' One of his last appearances was in August 2004, just days before his hospitalization for heart valve replacement, on the television show, 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' (bio by: Allcalmap) 
    Family links: 
      Philip Cohen (____ - 1927)
      Dorothy Teitelbaum (____ - 1931)

    Cause of death: Complications following heart surgery 
    There Goes The Neighborhood
    Westwood Memorial Park
    Los Angeles
    Los Angeles County
    California, USA
    Maintained by: Find A Grave
    Originally Created by: The Perplexed Historian
    Record added: Oct 05, 2004
    Find A Grave Memorial# 9556754

  • Rodney Dangerfield
    Rodney Dangerfield em 1978
    Nome completo Jacob Cohen
    Nascimento 22 de novembro de 1921
    Long Island - NY, Estados Unidos
     Estados Unidos
    Morte 05 de outubro de 2004 (82 anos)
    Los Angeles - CA, Estados Unidos
    Ocupação Ator (Comediante) / Músico
    Página oficial
    IMDb: (inglês)

    The solution to Maryland’s ticket booth woes? Hiring the one person with even less respect than the Terps: comedian Rodney Dangerfield. Dangerfield, known for playing the obnoxious golfer Al Czervik in Caddyshack, was at the height of his career in the early 1980s, and the Athletic Department paid handsomely for Dangerfield’s fame, shelling out close to $40,000 for the star to film two commercials with Claiborne and basketball coach Lefty Driesell.

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In September 2004, it was revealed that Dangerfield had been in a for several weeks. Afterward, he began breathing on his own and showing signs of awareness when visited by friends. He died on October 5, 2004–a month and a half shy of his 83rd birthday–at the , from complications of the surgery he had undergone in August. Dangerfield was interred in the in Los Angeles. His headstone reads, "Rodney Dangerfield... There goes the neighborhood."