He worked the vaudeville circuit at a young age, developing his stand-up comedy persona as "The Last Angry Man of the Suburbs." King made numerous television appearances on Born Irwin Alan Kniberg in New York City on December 25, 1927, Alan King dropped out of high school and began performing music in subway stations soon after.
His first professional music act was headlining Earl Knight and His Musical Knights as a teenager.
, that would make her one of the nation's most popular TV personalities and for which she'd win nine Emmys, a Peabody Award and a Golden Globe.
Richards was wed to Monty Brinson from 1985 to 1988 and to Gregg Davis from 1988 to 1991, and remained close with Brinson up until his death.
"Missing You today Monty My Best Friend, I love you with all my heart & soul," the star wrote in January on the one-year anniversary of Brinson's death.
The sandy-haired Davis is best known for his boyish good looks, and lilting, Henry Fonda-like voice.
He came to fame in such television series as Dark Shadows and Alias Smith and Jones. Harrison Superior Court Judge Roger Davis had threatened to jail Montgomery and his wife Shirley for contempt if they didn't reimburse the money the couple had paid themselves from her aunt's estate for caring for the woman in their home during the Former Auburndale basketball players Donald DJ Inman and Roger Davis will play college ball for Division 3-Junior College Madison Area Technical College in Madison, Wisc., starting in November.