Shemp Howard

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Shemp Howard

The Three Stooges Malice In The Palace
Born March 11, 1895
Manhattan, U.S.
Died October 11, 1955
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1930–1955

Shemp Howard (March 11, 1895[1] - November 22, 1955) was an American comedian and actor. He was born in Brooklyn, New York.

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He worked for a short time with Larry Fine and Moe Howard in the early 1930s Three Stooges. He later return to the group in 1947. He replaced Curly Howard who was ill. Fright Night (1947), was his first short movie with the Three Stooges, followed by Out West (1947), one of the best episodes of The Three Stooges. Shemp filmed 73 short movies with The Three Stooges between 1947 and 1955. These included I'm a Monkey's Uncle (1948), Mummy's Dummies (1948), Hokus Pokus (1949), The Ghost Talks (1949), Malice in the Palace (1949), Three Arabian Nuts (1951), Corny Casanovas (1952), Up in Daisy's Penthouse (1953) and Musty Musketeers (1954). Shemp Howard also worked with The Three Stooges on television.

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