A legendary comedian Jackie Mason, who perfected amuse outrage dies at 93 on 24th July 2021.
Jackie Mason who was known for his sharp-witted comedy as well as amused outrage stand-up comedy passed away on Saturday at 6 PM at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, New York. The 93-year-old late comedian was hospitalized for over 2 weeks before his death, as reported by his lawyer Raoul Felder. Raoul Felder was also a close friend of the late comedian.
The death of Jackie Mason was mourned by fans, friends, and family alike. The comedian, Gilbert Gottfried applauded late Jackie as ‘one of the best’ and Sean Henry wrote, ‘iconoclastic, funny, and great American Patriot.’ While on Twitter, Henry Winkler missing Jackie wrote ‘Now you get make heaven laugh.’
Who was Jackie Mason?
Yacov Mosen Hakohen Maza ( birth name) who now goes by Jackie Mason was born on 9th June 1928 in Wisconsin, US. He was married to Jyll Rosenfeld who also passed away earlier this year. He has a loving daughter named Shaba Mason, who is also a comedian.
Rabbie turned Stand-up comedian Jackie Mason was popular for his Jews accent, sharp-witted comedy. The Comics, legendary career spanned over five decades attracting over 3 generations of fans to his tummy-clenching feisty humor.
The comic perfected the amuse outrage niche of comedy was known for his delivery and voice which was often filled with innuendo and puns. He wrote his own material.
His Popular works include his one-man show of 1986 called ‘The World According to Me’ and Mason in Broadway – the comic wrote and performed six one-man shows.
‘The World According to Me‘ won Mason a Special Tony Award along with many well-known awards and a Grammy Nomination.
Apart from Comedy, Jackie also dabbled in Voice-acting and television. His outstanding voiceover of Rabbi Hyman Krustofski, in the 1991 Simpson’s episode of ‘Like Father, Like crown’, won him his third Emmy Award.
Jackie’s Popular Comedies
Some of his Popular Comedies include a commentary on what is important in life – , Money is not important Love is, fortunately I love money