Zeppo Marx Biography
Birthday: February 25, 1901 (Pisces)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
Herbert Manfred Marx, popularly known by his stage name Zeppo Marx, was an actor, comedian, theatrical agent, and a talented engineer of American origin. The youngest of the famous Marx Brothers, he was truly a multi-talented personality. He was the most handsome of all the Marx brothers and mostly played the role of the straight man. He also portrayed romantic figures often but his talent in comedy went underappreciated. Zeppo was blessed with an excellent tenor voice and contributed to vocals in many of films by the Marx Brothers. In the film, ‘Horse Feathers’, he was appreciated for the song ‘Everybody Says I Love You’. Zeppo left his comedic career after the film, ‘Duck Soup’ and went on to build a second career for himself as an inventor. He founded a company called Marman Products Co. of Inglewood and designed the ‘Marman Clamp’ that has plenty of applications in the aerospace and aircraft industry. Zeppo’s invention of a wristband for cardiac patients for monitoring pulse rate was another one of his truly great inventions. As a result of his innovations and acumen, he was able to build a fortune worth millions.