Ed Mcmahon - Height Birthday Zodiac Quotes Filmography Photos Biography

Ed Mcmahon’s height is 6ft 3in (1.90 m)

Edward Leo Peter “Ed” McMahon, Jr. (March 6, 1923 – June 23, 2009) was an American comedian, game show host and announcer. He is most famous for his work on television as Johnny Carson’s sidekick, announcer, and second banana on The Tonight Show from 1962 through 1992. He also hosted the original version of the talent show Star Search from 1983 to 1995. He co-hosted TV’s Bloopers & Practical Jokes with Dick Clark from 1982 to 1998. He also presented sweepstakes for the direct marketing company American Family Publishers (not, as is commonly believed, its main rival Publishers Clearing House).

Ed Mcmahon

First Name: Ed
Middle Name: Peter
Last Name: McMahon
Birth Full Name: Edward Peter Leo McMahon Jr.
Other Names: Ed
Born: 6 March, 1923
Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan
Died: 23 June, 2009
Death Location: Los Angeles, California
Height: 6ft 3in (1.90 m)
Build: Average
Hair Color: Grey
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Roman Catholic
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Comedian, game show host, announcer, spokesman
Filmography: Jelly (2010), Bewitched (2005), The Weather Man (2005), Higglytown Heroes (2004, TV Show), It’s All Relative (2003, TV Show), The Vegas Connection (1999), Safety Patrol (1998, TV Movie), Mixed Blessings (1998), Just Write (1997), The Angry Beavers (1997, TV Show), The Tom Show (1997, TV Show), For Which He Stands (1996), Bruno the Kid (1996, TV Show), Malcolm & Eddie (1996, TV Show), Suddenly Susan (1996, TV Show), Burke’s Law (1994, TV Show), The Larry Sanders Show (1992, TV Show), Nurses (1991, TV Show), Baywatch (1989, TV Show), The Simpsons (1989, TV Show), Full House (1987, TV Show), Johnny Carson’s 21st Anniversary (1983, TV Movie), Butterfly (1982), Newhart (1982, TV Show), Full Moon High (1981), The Star Maker (1981, TV Movie), Gridlock (1980, TV Movie), The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story (1980, TV Movie), Legends of the Superheroes (1979, TV Show), The Kid from Left Field (1979, TV Movie), Fun with Dick and Jane (1977), The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977), Lucy Calls the President (1977, TV Movie), CHiPs (1977, TV Show), Ellery Queen (1975, TV Show), Slaughter’s Big Rip-Off (1973), The ABC Comedy Hour (1972, TV Show), Swing Out, Sweet Land (1970, TV Movie), Here’s Lucy (1968, TV Show), The Incident (1967), NBC Children’s Theatre (1963, TV Show), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962, TV Show), Dementia (1955), Big Top (1950, TV Show), Next Big Star (2001, TV Show), The Kraft Music Hall (1967, TV Show), Big Top (1950, TV Show), The Last First Comic (2010), Pioneers of Television (2008, TV Show), Celebrity Family Feud (2008, TV Show), The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards (2008, TV Movie), The Florence Henderson Show (2007, TV Show), Entertainment Weekly & TV Land Present: The 50 Greatest TV Icons (2007, TV Show), Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (2007), Rachael Ray (2006, TV Show), Tom Green’s House Tonight (2006, TV Show), Tribute to a TV Legend: Aaron Spelling (2006, TV Movie), The 100 Most Unexpected TV Moments (2005, TV Show), Gene Williams Country Television Show (2005, TV Show), The 100 Most Memorable TV Moments (2004, TV Show), ALF’s Hit Talk Show (2004, TV Show), Tavis Smiley (2004, TV Show), Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan (2004, TV Show), Omg! Insider (2004, TV Show), The Tony Danza Show (2004, TV Show), TV Land’s Top Ten (2004, TV Show), $25 Million Dollar Hoax (2004, TV Show), E! 101 Most Awesome Moments in Entertainment (2004, TV Show), The 2nd Annual TV Land Awards (2004, TV Show), An Evening of Stars: 25th Anniversary Tribute to Lou Rawls (2004, TV Movie), Duck Dodgers (2003, TV Show), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003, TV Show), Las Vegas (2003, TV Show), The New Tom Green Show (2003, TV Show), Classmates (2003, TV Show), TV’s Most Memorable Weddings (2003, TV Show), Last Call with Carson Daly (2002, TV Show), That ’80s Show (2002, TV Show), The 28th Annual People’s Choice Awards (2002, TV Movie), Scrubs (2001, TV Show), Next Big Star (2001, TV Show), Let Me In, I Hear Laughter (2000), Family Guy (1999, TV Show), Popular (1999, TV Show), Pitch People (1999), Jerry Seinfeld: ‘I’m Telling You for the Last Time’ (1998, TV Movie), Hollywood Squares (1998, TV Show), Just Shoot Me! (1997, TV Show), Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen’s (1997), Access Hollywood (1996, TV Show), E! True Hollywood Story (1996, TV Show), Muppets Tonight (1996, TV Show), Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996, TV Show), The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (1996, TV Show), The O’Reilly Factor (1996, TV Show), The Rosie O’Donnell Show (1996, TV Show), ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic: (1996, There’s No) Going Home (TV Movie), The 10th Annual American Comedy Awards (1996, TV Movie), Pinky and the Brain (1995, TV Show), Bob Hope: Memories of World War II (1995, TV Show), Jerry Lewis Stars Across America (1995, TV Movie), Love Affair (1994), The Wonderful World of Disney: 40 Years of Television Magic (1994, TV Show), Intimate Portrait (1993, TV Show), Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1993, TV Show), Living Single (1993, TV Show), Phenom (1993, TV Show), John & Leeza from Hollywood (1993, TV Show), Walt Disney World Journey Into Magic (1993, TV Movie), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992, TV Show), Vicki! (1992, TV Show), Walt Disney World Very Merry Christmas Parade (1992, TV Movie), Adventures in Wonderland (1991, TV Show), Yellow Ribbon Party (1991, TV Show), Johnny Carson’s 29th Anniversary (1991, TV Show), One on One with John Tesh (1991, TV Show), The Chuck Woolery Show (1991, TV Show), The Arsenio Hall Show (1989, TV Show), There Really Is a Santa Clause (1989), Mickey’s 60th Birthday (1988, TV Movie), Live with Kelly and Michael (1988, TV Show), Roseanne (1988, TV Show), The Best of Gleason 2 (1988, TV Movie), Biography (1987, TV Show), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 25th Anniversary Special (1987, TV Movie), ALF (1986, TV Show), The New Hollywood Squares (1986, TV Show), NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration (1986, TV Movie), Amazing Stories (1985, TV Show), Larry King Live (1985, TV Show), Orange Bowl Parade (1985, TV Show), Puttin’ on the Hits (1984, TV Show), Showbiz Today (1984, TV Show), Super Bloopers and Pratical Jokes (1984, TV Show), The Cosby Show (1984, TV Show), Who’s the Boss? (1984, TV Show), Lou Rawls Parade of Stars (1984, TV Show), Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 22nd Anniversary (1984, TV Movie), TV’s Greatest Censored Commercial Bloopers (1984), Star Search (1983, TV Show), Salute! (1983, TV Show), Carson’s Comedy Classics (1983), Newhart (1982, TV Show), Television’s Greatest Commercials (1982, TV Show), Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 20th Anniversary (1982, TV Movie), Tom Cottle: Up Close (1982, TV Show), Entertainment Tonight (1981, TV Show), Movie Macabre (1981, TV Show), All-Star Salute to Mother’s Day (1981, TV Show), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 19th Anniversary Special (1981, TV Movie), Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (1981), The John Davidson Show (1980, TV Show), Johnny Carson’s 18th Anniversary Special (1980, TV Movie), Macy’s 54th Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade (1980, TV Movie), Whodunnit? (1979, TV Show), Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 17th Anniversary Special (1979, TV Movie), Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (1979, TV Movie), ABC’s Silver Anniversary Celebration (1978, TV Movie), Good Old Days Part II (1978, TV Show), US Against the World (1977, TV Movie), Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (1977), The Captain and Tennille (1976, TV Show), The Jacksons (1976, TV Show), The Sonny and Cher Show (1976, TV Show), Van Dyke and Company (1976, TV Show), Stars and Stripes Show, The (1976, TV Movie), Dinah! (1974, TV Show), A Couple of Dons (1973), The David Steinberg Show (1972, TV Show), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 10th Anniversary (1972, TV Movie), The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (1971, TV Show), Make Your Own Kind of Music! (1971, TV Show), Donahue (1970, TV Show), Flip (1970, TV Show), Hee Haw (1969, TV Show), The David Frost Show (1969, TV Show), The Johnny Cash Show (1969, TV Show), The Barbara McNair Show (1969, TV Show), Della (1969, TV Show), Here’s Lucy (1968, TV Show), Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In (1967, TV Show), The Kraft Music Hall (1967, TV Show), Snap Judgment (1967, TV Show), Stars for Israel (1967), Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon (1966, TV Show), Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II (1966, TV Movie), The Dean Martin Show (1965, TV Show), The Hollywood Squares (1965, TV Show), Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963, TV Show), Missing Links (1963, TV Show), The Match Game (1962, TV Show), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962, TV Show), The Joey Bishop Show (1961, TV Show), The Garry Moore Show (1958, TV Show), Concentration (1958, TV Show), Who Do You Trust? (1956, TV Show), Today (1952, TV Show), Two for the Money (1952, TV Show), What’s My Line? (1950, TV Show)
Ed Mcmahon Quote: Johnny once described our relationship by saying we were as close as two people could be without being married. View More Ed Mcmahon Quotes

Leave Your Comment