Marty Feldman was a British actor, comedian and writer. His first television appearance was in BBC’s ‘Showcase’ (1955). He later went on to appear in the shows 'At Last the 1948 Show' (1967), 'Marty / It's Marty' (1968-69), 'The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine' (1971-72), 'The Flip Wilson Show' (1971-73) and 'The Muppet Show' (1981).
On big screen, Feldman contributed to several films. He made his debut with 'Every Home Should Have One' (1970), one of the most popular comedy film at the British box office that year. He later starred in the films 'Young Frankenstein' (1974), 'The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother' (1975), 'The Last Remake of Beau Geste' (1977), 'Slapstick of Another Kind' (1982) and 'Yellowbeard' (1983).
As a writer, he initially contributed to a few episodes of the series ' The Army Game ' (1960). His other writing credits include 'Bootsie and Snudge' (1960–62), 'Round the Horne' (1964–67) and 'The Frost Report' (1966–67).