Jack Carter
JACK CARTER

     Jack Carter is an acclaimed actor, singer, mimic, dancer, emcee, and director. Appearances on Milton Berle's "Texaco Star Theatre" shows led to his hosting "Cavalcade of Stars," which led to "The Jack Carter Show". He was often featured on the legendary shows of Ed Sullivan, Dean Martin, Jackie Gleason and Bob Hope. He guested on "Laugh-In," "Diagnosis Murder", "Touched By An Angel", "Magnum P.I.", "Fantasy Island", Spielberg’s "Amazing Stories", "Murder She Wrote", and "Seventh Heaven,"and starred in his own HBO Special.

     Jack has enchanted Broadway audiences in "Mr. Wonderful", "Guys & Dolls", "Top Banana", "The Last of The Red Hot Lovers", "Born Yesterday", "Critics Choice", "The Odd Couple", "A Hatful of Rain", and "Little Me". He toured as "Fagin" in the musical "Oliver" and starred in the smash musical "Sugar" at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.

     Jack has kept ‘em laughing on several continents; from the best clubs in London to New York, Atlantic City, and Las Vegas, as well as many top theaters in the round. He has co-starred in such films as "The Horizontal Lieutenant", "Viva Las Vegas", "Alligator", Mel Brooks' "History of The World, Part I, and "Play It To the Bone!" and "Hustle" with Burt Reynolds.




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