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Biography
An American actor, voice actor and songwriter, most known for featuring in the cast of the television Comedy ‘Jokes Rowan and Martin’ (Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In) and role of judge Clark brown in the series ‘Boston legal’ (Boston Legal), as well as the role of Werner Klopek in black Comedy ‘the Outskirts’ (The Burbs) with Tom Hanks in the title role.
Real name Henry Gibson James Bateman (James Bateman). He was born on 21 September 1935 in the town of Germantown near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the family of Edmund albert Bateman and Dorothy Bateman, nee Cassidy. He studied at the school of St. Joseph (Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School), where he was President of the Drama club. After graduating from Catholic University in Washington, D.C., Gibson went into the army. He served as an intelligence officer of the air force, and after demobilization, he created the image of a poet with a southern accent. Stage name Henry Gibson plays with the name of the famous playwright Henrik Ibsen (Henrik Ibsen), and he often pronounced his name so that it sounded like Ibsen.
Gibson’s performing career began at the age of seven years he acted on stage in many productions. From 1957 to 1962-the year Gibson, many times appeared in the evening show Jack Paar reading their poems. Career took off when Henry got the role in the film, Jerry Lewis ‘the nutty Professor’ (The Nutty Professor), which was released in 1936. In the film ‘Nashville’ (Nashville), 1975, directed by Robert Altman performed the song on the verses of the Gibson ‘Keep A Goin’, which Henry had read in the show dick van dyke. Gibson starred in three films Altman: ‘the Long goodbye’ (The Long Goodbye), ‘the Perfect couple’ (A Perfect Couple) and ‘Health’ (Health). Gibson also starred in a parody of fantastic Comedy film ‘the Incredible shrunken woman’ (The Incredible Shrinking Woman) with Lily Tomlin in the title role. For her role in the film ‘Nashville’ Henry Gibson was nominated for a prestigious film award ‘Golden globe’ and was awarded for the role of a country musician’s haven Hamilton award of the National Association of film critics.
Three years Henry Gibson starred in the Comedy TV show ‘Jokes Rowan and Martin’. He often acted as the Poet who read satirical verses on the pressing social or political issues. The image of the Poet, dressed in an Indian jacket, bedecked with beads and flowers in the style of a hippie, was so bright that he became the target of parodies. Another way was a Catholic priest, constantly prihlebyvaja tea. He set the Cup on the saucer, gave a gloomy remark in a few lines, and returned to his tea.
In the 1989 movie ‘the Outskirts’, Gibson played the villain, but he has already appeared in this role in 1980, in the musical Comedy ‘the Blues Brothers’ (The Blues Brothers) as the leader of the Illinois Nazis. The main roles in the film played by Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi. The popularity of the film among young audiences is linked precisely with the participation of Henry Gibson.
Voice Gibson talks a lot of characters from animated films in the first place, the pig Wilbur from the popular ‘Pitini Charlotte’, 1973.
6 APR 1966 Henry married Lois Joan Geiger, who was five years older than him. They had three children – Jonathan David Gibson, who became Executive Director of studios ‘Universal Pictures’; directed by Charles Alexander Gibson, twice awarded the Oscar for visual effects, and screenwriter James Gibson. Lois died on may 6, 2007, at the age of 77 years.
Henry Gibson, with a history of cancer, died on 14 Sep 2009, at his home in Malibu, California, a week before his 74th birthday. He was cremated and his ashes buried in the cemetery Westwood village memorial Park.

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