Film actor and stand-up comedian
Dennis Wolfberg was a talented American stand-up comedian and actor, born on March 29, 1946. Known for his witty humor and relatable observations, he quickly became a beloved figure in the comedy world during the 1980s and 1990s.
Wolfberg's unique comedic style combined self-deprecating anecdotes with sharp social commentary, resonating with audiences from all walks of life. He appeared on various television shows, including "The Late Show with David Letterman," showcasing his comedic prowess.
Tragically, Dennis Wolfberg's life was cut short when he passed away on October 3, 1994, but his legacy lives on through his timeless comedy that continues to bring laughter to people around the world.
There's one advantage to being 102. There's no peer pressure.
After ten years in therapy, my psychologist told me something very touching, he said, “no hablo ingles.”
My wife wanted to call our daughter Sue, but I felt that in our family that is usually a verb.