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Jonathan Winters, 1925-2013
Jonathan Winters, the rubber-faced comedian whose unscripted flights of fancy inspired a generation of improvisational comics, and who kept television audiences in stitches with Main Street characters like Maude Frickert , a sweet-seeming grandmother with a barbed tongue and a roving eye, died on Thursday at his home in Montecito, Calif. He was His death was announced on his Web site, JonathanWinters. Winters, a rotund man whose face had a melancholy basset-hound expression in repose, burst onto the comedy scene in the late s and instantly made his mark as one of the funniest, least definable comics in a rising generation that included Mort Sahl, Shelley Berman and Bob Newhart.
Winter’s Character Development
The son and grandson of Midwestern bankers, Winters spent most of his childhood with his divorced mother, a Springfield , Ohio, radio personality. At an early age he developed a facility for imitating movie sound effects, which matured into a talent for mimicry and improvisation. After serving with the U. Although he hoped to pursue a career as a cartoonist, he held down a variety of unusual jobs including a stint in an incubator factory before trying his luck in show business. In he became the first comedian to appear on the prestigious CBS cultural series Omnibus. His unique brand of humour was then showcased on The Jonathan Winters Show —57 and —69 , a weekly TV variety series. He recorded several Grammy Award -nominated comedy albums, and he won a Grammy for his album Crank Calls He emerged clean and sober and continued to build a successful film, television, and nightclub career throughout the decade. He was perhaps most famous for his gallery of richly comic characters, including feisty old lady Maudie Frickert, childlike Chester Honeyhugger, and bucolic Elwood P.
Beginning in , Winters recorded many classic comedy albums for the Verve Records label. He also had records released every decade for over 50 years, receiving 11 Grammy nominations, including eight for Best Comedy Album , during his career. Over twenty years later, Winters was introduced to a new generation through voicing Papa Smurf in The Smurfs and The Smurfs 2 Winters died nine days after recording his dialogue for The Smurfs 2 ; the film was dedicated to his memory. Marlens on Life with Bonnie. Winters also spent time painting and presenting his artwork, including silkscreens and sketches, in many gallery shows. He authored several books, with his book of short stories entitled Winters' Tales making several bestseller lists. Of English and Scotch-Irish ancestry,  Winters had described his father as an alcoholic who had trouble holding a job. His grandfather, a frustrated comedian , owned the Winters National Bank, which failed as the family's fortunes collapsed during the Great Depression.