Mel Brooks

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Mel Brooks
Birth name Melvin Kaminsky
Born June 28, 1926 in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards 1 Oscar, USA
1 Golden Scrol Award, USA
2 American Comedy Awards, USA
4 Emmy Awards, USA
1 Grammy Award, USA
1 Nebula Award, USA
2 WGA Awards, USA

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
The Electric Company Blond-Haired Cartoon Man 1973–1977
Spaceballs: The Animated Series President Skroob 2008 1
Yogurt 2008

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Cameo Appearance 2x21 - Show 35 February 24, 1969
The Tracey Ullman Show Buzz Schlanger 4x14 - Due Diligence February 4, 1990
Frasier Tom (voice) 1x12 - Miracle on Third or Fourth Street December 16, 1993
Mad About You Uncle Phil 5x02 - The Grant September 24, 1996
Mad About You Uncle Phil 5x14 - The Penis February 11, 1997
Mad About You Uncle Phil 6x04 - Uncle Phil and the Coupons November 4, 1997
Mad About You Uncle Phil 7x14 - Uncle Phil Goes Back to High School March 1, 1999
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Santa Clause 2x06 - Holly Jolly Jimmy December 8, 2003
Curb Your Enthusiasm Himself 4x01 - Mel's Offer January 4, 2004
Curb Your Enthusiasm Himself 4x03 - The Blind Date January 18, 2004
Curb Your Enthusiasm Himself 4x07 - The Surrogate February 22, 2004
Curb Your Enthusiasm Himself 4x10 - Opening Night March 14, 2004

Talk Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
The New Steve Allen Show October 18, 1961
The New Steve Allen Show November 29, 1961

Writer

Series Creator

Series Premiere Date Creation Credit
Get Smart September 18, 1965 Co-Creator
When Things Were Rotten September 10, 1975 Creator
The Nutt House September 20, 1989 Co-Creator

Producer

Series Producer

Series Year(s) Producer Credit Season(s)
The Nutt House 1989 Executive Producer 1

Awards and Accolades

Academy Awards

(1 Win in 2 Nominations)

Primetime Emmy Awards

(4 Wins in 8 Nominations)

  • Won: Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (1997, 1998, 1999)
Mad About You