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Funniest fat guys in entertainment

Funniest fat guys in entertainment

Funniest fat guys in entertainment Rodney Dangerfield

Dangerfield is one of the most well known stand up comedians of all time. He was famous for his self deprecating humor as he was never able to get respect.

Funniest fat guys in entertainment Gabriel Iglesias

Iglesias is famous for his voice impersonations and for the term “fluffy” which he uses to refer to the second highest level of being fat, right before “damn!”

Funniest fat guys in entertainment Chris Farley

Farley was famous for his loud intense characters with a lot of physical comedy and his “Best of Chris Farley” DVD which was one of the highest selling SNL DVDs.

Funniest fat guys in entertainment Cedric the Entertainer

He is one of the most popular African-American comics. He is famous for his stand up career and also for the charcater of Eddie the elder barber from “Barbershop”.

Funniest fat guys in entertainment Ralphie May

Ralphie has two different specials on Comedy Central and also a platinum selling DVD. He is trynig to lose weight and get into shape and he often jokes about it: “Don’t applaud, I lost an entire fat man and I’m still fat as hell!”

Funniest fat guys in entertainment Culry Howard

He was the most famous of the stooges in “The Three Stooges”, a comedy with 3 morons who could never get it right. Unfortunately for Howard, success destroyed him once he started to drink, smoke and eat excessively, claiming that his shaven head robbed him of his sex appeal.

Funniest fat guys in entertainment John Belushi

He was a famous start when Saturday Night Live was just beginning and was an inspiration for later comics. He is well known for his impromptu imitation of Joe Cocker while he was singing live.

Funniest fat guys in entertainment John Candy

Candy was a popular comic legend who played in “Uncle Buck”, “Trains, Planes and Automobiles” and “Space Balls”.

Funniest fat guys in entertainment Lou Costello

He would always be paired with think joking Abbot and the pairing made comic gold. Their most famous verbal gag was “Who’s on first?” regarding a baseball field with an infield of oddly named players. The phrase is still used today as an example of miscommunication through fancy word play.

Funniest fat guys in entertainment Oliver Hard

The brilliant duo Laurel&Hardy starred in dozens of films the most famous of which is “Babes in Toyland”. The famous catch phrase: “Well, here’s another nice mess you’ve gotten me into” belongs to them.

 

 

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