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October 13, 1995 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-13

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Maureen McGovern

& The Duke Ellington Orchestra

More On
Alan King

Work: Stage and TV come-
dian„ actor, author, partner in
sounclstage firm (Kaufman-
Astoria Studios), clothing. ex-
ecutive (Chinatvear) and
tennis tout nament entrepr -e-
rzettr.
Books: Anyone Who Owns
His Own Home Deserves It;
Help, I'm a Prisoner in a Chi
nese Bakery; Is Salami &
Eggs Better Than Sex? ---
Memoirs of a Happy Eater.
Show Business Break: Ap-
pearance on "Major Bowes'
Amateur Hour" while still in
his teens.
Favorite Modern Comedi-
ans: Robin Williams and Billy
Crystal — because they draw
on age-old, humorous in-
stincts.
Family: Wife of 48 years,
Jeanette; children, Andrew,
Robert and Elanie Ray; four
grandchildren.
Age: 67
New Community Commit-
ments: Trustee of Long Island
Jewish Medical Center and
organizer for Laugh Well to
bring entertainers to the con-
fined sick and elderly.
Philosophy: "I don't talk
about whatever setbacks and
tragedies I've had in my life.
Those are very private. I don't
get paid to be touching. I get
paid to be funny,"

Diagnostic Medical Center, a 13-
story hospital complex in
Jerusalem, and established a
nonsectarian scholarship fund
for American students at the He-
brew University.
"I emceed a 25th anniversary
celebration for the State of Israel
at the Citadel of David," he re-
called. "It was done on the side
of a mountain with crowds of
people in attendance and an old
lady from Milwaukee sitting in
the front row — Golda Meir, who
had become the prime minister.
"A picture of my wife and me
and Golda at that great event sits
on my desk, and I look at it often."
Mr. King is looking forward to
a great event for the ZOA.
"I think the group that I'm ap-
pearing for in Detroit is the no-
blest of groups," he commented.
"My father was a Zionist, and
I'm instinctively a Zionist." ❑
0 Alan King's show for the
ZOA begins at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the Fox
Theatre. For information, call
(810) 569-1515.

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