Famous People Named Art
Take a look at famous people named Art, such as Art Garfunkel, Art Linkletter, and Art Rubinstein.
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Comedian / 1918 - 2003
Art Carney was an Oscar-winning actor and comedian best known for his role as Jackie Gleason's best friend, Ed Norton, on the pioneering sitcom The Honeymooners.
Radio Personality, Television Personality, Author / 1912 - 2010
Art Linkletter was a family-friendly radio and television personality who incorporated ordinary people into his broadcasts with comic results.
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profile name: Art Garfunkel profile occupation: Singer
profile id: 9238819
profile name: Art Carney profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Comedian
profile id: 9542345
profile name: Art Linkletter profile occupation: Radio Personality, Television Personality, Author
profile id: 9214586
profile name: Art Blakey profile occupation: Drummer
profile id: 9230341
profile name: Art Buchwald profile occupation: Journalist
profile id: 9466260
profile name: Art Rubinstein profile occupation: Pianist
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