Jackie Gayle

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Jackie Gayle (March 1, 1926 – November 23, 2002), born Jack Potovsky, was an American standup comedian and actor. He performed as a comedian for 40 years, appearing in nightclubs and in Las Vegas, including working as the opening act for such performers as Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett.[1] He also appeared on more than 20 episodes of The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast. His acting credits include the 1987 film Tin Men and Woody Allen's Broadway Danny Rose.


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