Red Buttons

Red Buttons
Date of birth: 02/05/1919 Year
Age: 87 years
Place of Birth: New York City, USA
Date of death: 13.07.2006 Year
Place of death: Los Angeles, USA

Citizenship: US

Original name: Aaron Chyot

Red Battons got 71 th place in the list of “100 outstanding improvisational comedians genre of all time” according to the channel Comedy Central, and on the Hollywood Walk of Fame star appeared with his name.
Red Battons was born under the name Aaron Chuott 5 February 1919 in New York City, the son of Jewish immigrants. At 16, Aaron got a job as a porter at the tavern ‘Ryan’s Tavern’ in the City Island, Bronx. Through the image of a young man with red hair in a suit on shiny buttons, Chuott got the nickname from the leader of the orchestra, Charles’ Dinty “Moore, who called it ‘Redom Battonsom’ (eng. ‘Red Buttons’, literally’ red button ‘). Later Chuott began performing under his unusual middle name.
Battons worked with comedy partner Robert Alda, and in 1939 began playing in vaudeville, including the team ‘Minsky’s Burlesque’, four brothers Minsky. In 1941, Red’s Jose Ferrer chose to participate in the Broadway show ‘Admiral Had a Wife’, a comedy directed by Pearl Harbor. However debut, scheduled for Dec. 8, 1941, did not take place, because after the Japanese attack on the base show the show was inappropriate. Battons later joked that the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, with the sole purpose – to prevent him to get to Broadway.
Yet in September 1942, the actor made his debut in the most famous street in New York – in the play ‘Vicky’ with the participation of the German-American actress Uta Hagen. A year later, Red took part in the show ‘Wine, Women and Song’, recent burlesque show in the history of New York, which covered the administration of Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia. Battons just was on the scene when the search began.
Once in the United States Air Force, Red in 1943 was successful in the ensemble cast of the Broadway show “Wings of Victory”, working with several future stars, including John Lee. Cobb, Mario Lanza, Karl Malden and John Forsythe. In 1944 Battons starred in the movie “Wings of Victory” (or rather, ‘Winged Victory’) in the same role, directed by George Cukor. During World War II Red repeatedly entertained American troops as a representative of European Theater.
After the war, the comedian went on Broadway career. In 1952 he took up the issue of his own variety show on TV-series, “Red Battons Show ‘, which lasted for three years and has achieved considerable success. His catchphrase on the show, “strange things happen ‘in the mid-1950s for a while seriously taken root in the national lexicon.
They played the role of pilot Joe Kelly melodrama Joshua Logan ‘Sayonara’ 1975 is strikingly different from anything that was done before the Red. His hero, headquartered in Kobe, Japan, during the Korean War, falls in love with a Japanese woman named Katsumi (actress Miyoshi Umeki), but the military statute prohibits such relations, so keep your love it is not so simple. Battons and Umeki so impressed everyone with his play, which both received Oscar for the performance of his co-starring in the film.
After ‘okaronosnoy’ role Red became more popular and appeared in numerous motion pictures, including the shooter ‘Adventure’ Poseidon ‘,’ Khatari! ‘ and ‘The Longest Day’ dramas’ Harlow ‘and’ they shoot horses, do not they? ‘fantasy’ Pete’s Dragon “and” 18 Again. ”
In 1966 Battons reappeared in his own show – ‘The Double Life of Henry Phyfe’, who lived just a TV season. Also, the actor remembered for occasional roles in TV series such as’ The Eleventh Hour ‘,’ Little House on the Prairie “,” Ambulance “and” Roseanne. ” One of his last regular roles on television – a homeless Al Baker in the series ‘Silent wharf’.
He was married to actress Roxanne Arlen to 1947, but their marriage broke up. Battons remarried – to Heleyn Maknorton – December 8, 1946, which divorced in 1963. Finally, the Red remained lawful spouse Alicia Pratt from 27 January 1964 until her death in March of 2001. The actor had a daughter Amy and son Adam.
A native of New York, died of disease on July 13 2006, at his home in Los Angeles.
Red Battons got 71 th place in the list of “100 outstanding improvisational comedians genre of all time” according to the channel Comedy Central, and on the Hollywood Walk of Fame star appeared with his name.

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