Alan Young Biography
Birthday: November 19, 1919 (Scorpio)
Born In: North Shields, England
American television shows are not just known for their fine scripts, but also their great actors and hosts. Alan Young is one such actor who has been a part of American television since its early days. Alan had a great role to play in making stand-up comedies and sitcoms popular even four decades back, when the world wasn’t as advanced as today. After doing many gigs on radio, Alan ventured into television. He won the hearts of both audiences and critics with the ‘Alan Young Show’. The show also won him quite a few awards, including the prestigious Emmy Award. The onscreen chemistry he shared with a horse in the show ‘Mister Ed’ has made him immortal in the hearts of many sitcom fans. Unlike most other comedians of his time, Alan didn’t just stick to his comfort zone of acting, he also ventured into filmmaking and screenwriting. Alan has also dubbed his voice for various famous animated television shows. Even after being in the world of glamour for over five decades, Alan is still as passionate about his craft as he was when he started his career.