Milton Berle was a legendary American comedian known as the most successful star during early days of television. Milton was a born comedian and actor and gained fame at an early age of five when he won a competition by mimicking the legendary ‘Charlie Chaplin’. This helped him get acting roles as a young comedian in various silent films including ‘The Mark of Zorro’ and ‘Tillie’s Punctured Romance’. He made his first official stage performance in a musical comedy and went on to work as the ‘Master of Ceremonies’ in vaudeville. During this period he even nurtured his reputation as a stand-up comedian which helped him get a role at a musical theatrical titled ‘Poppin' the Cork’ where apart from acting he even co-wrote the script. He further went on to entertain the masses through radio where he started with a show called ‘The Rudy Vallee Hour’ which was followed by various other successful shows which established his reputation as a radio host. His immense popularity made him the highest paid nightclub performer which encouraged him to bring out some very successful TV shows. During a later stage of his life, he worked as a philanthropist and held a ‘Guinness Book of World Records’ for the highest number of charitable performances. He was honored with various awards for his fascinating works as an entertainer. We bring to you a treasure trove of quotes and thoughts by the renowned artist. We have curated his quotes and sayings from his plays, films and shows. Presenting some noted sayings and quotations by Milton Berle.