Famous Humorist

The Most Famous Humorist

NameBirthdayNationalityBio
George Miller (Filthy Frank)September 18, 1992JapaneseGeorge Miller (Filthy Frank) is a Japanese-Australian YouTube personality, humorist, and Vlogger
Robert BenchleyOctober 15, 1889AmericanRobert Benchley was a writer and actor famous for his humor which influenced generations of humorists to come
Leo RostenApril 11, 1908AmericanFamous for crafting Yiddish lexicon, Leo Rosten is well known for acquainting Americans with the Jewish culture and language
Will RogersNovember 4, 1879AmericanWill Rogers was an American vaudeville performer and actor, famously known as ‘Oklahoma's Favorite Son’
Mark TwainNovember 30, 1835AmericanMark Twain was an American author and humorist
A.P. HerbertSeptember 24, 1890BritishAlan Patrick Herbert was an English humorist, novelist, law reform activist
Don MarquisJuly 29, 1878AmericanDon Marquis was a famous American newspaper columnist and novelist
Mark Twain

Mark Twain

Mark Twain was an American author and humorist

AmericanNovember 30, 1835167 views

Leo Rosten

Famous for crafting Yiddish lexicon, Leo Rosten is well known for acquainting Americans with the Jewish culture and language

AmericanApril 11, 1908185 views

Will Rogers

Will Rogers was an American vaudeville performer and actor, famously known as ‘Oklahoma's Favorite Son’

George Miller (Filthy Frank)

George Miller (Filthy Frank) is a Japanese-Australian YouTube personality, humorist, and Vlogger

JapaneseSeptember 18, 1992282 views

Robert Benchley

Robert Benchley was a writer and actor famous for his humor which influenced generations of humorists to come

AmericanOctober 15, 1889246 views

A.P. Herbert

Alan Patrick Herbert was an English humorist, novelist, law reform activist

BritishSeptember 24, 1890152 views

Don Marquis

Don Marquis was a famous American newspaper columnist and novelist

AmericanJuly 29, 1878148 views