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George Denis Patrick Carlin May 12, — June 22, was an American stand-up comedian, actor, author, and social critic. Carlin was noted for his black comedy and reflections on politics, the English language, psychology, religion, and various taboo subjects.

He and his " seven dirty words " comedy routine were central to the U. Supreme Court case F. Pacifica Foundation , in which a 5—4 decision affirmed the government's power to regulate indecent material on the public airwaves. He is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential stand-up comics; one newspaper called Carlin "the dean of counterculture comedians". The first of Carlin's 14 stand-up comedy specials for HBO was filmed in From the late s, Carlin's routines focused on sociocultural criticism of American society.

He often commented on contemporary political issues in the United States and satirized the excesses of American culture. He was a frequent performer and guest host on The Tonight Show during the three-decade Johnny Carson era, and hosted the first episode of Saturday Night Live in In , Rolling Stone magazine ranked him second behind Richard Pryor on its list of the 50 best stand-up comics of all time.

Carlin recalled that his grandmother's maiden name was O'Grady, but it was changed to Grady before she reached the U. He later joked that they "dropped the O in the ocean on the way here". His parents separated when he was two months old because of his father's alcoholism. Mary subsequently raised Carlin and his older brother, Patrick Jr. Carlin said that he picked up an appreciation for the effective use of the English language from his mother, [8] though they had a difficult relationship, and he often ran away from home.

Much later in life, he requested that a portion of his ashes be spread at the lake after his death. Carlin joined the United States Air Force and trained as a radar technician. Labeled an "unproductive airman" by his superiors, Carlin received a general discharge on July 29, During his time in the Air Force, he had been court-martialed three times, and also received many nonjudicial punishments. During their tenure at KDAY, they honed their material in beatnik coffeehouses at night.

In the s, Carlin began appearing on television variety shows, where he played various characters: Carlin became one of Carson's most frequent substitutes during the host's three-decade reign. Carlin was present at Lenny Bruce 's arrest for obscenity. As the police began attempting to detain members of the audience for questioning, they asked Carlin for his identification. Telling the police he did not believe in government-issued IDs, he was arrested and taken to jail with Bruce in the same vehicle.

Carlin hired pilots to fly him to various tour dates. Eventually, Carlin changed his routines and his appearance. Carlin hired talent managers — Jeff Wald and Ron De Blasio — to help him reinvent his image, making him look more hip for a younger audience.

De Blasio was busy managing the fast-paced career of Freddie Prinze , and was about to sign Richard Pryor , so he released Carlin to Little David general manager Jack Lewis, who, like Carlin, was somewhat wild and rebellious.

Using his own persona as a springboard for his new comedy, he was presented by Ed Sullivan in a performance of "The Hair Piece" and quickly regained his popularity as the public caught on to his sense of style.

Starting in , singer-songwriter Kenny Rankin was Carlin's label mate on Little David Records, and Rankin served many times as Carlin's musical guest or opening act during the early s.

The two flew together in Carlin's private jet; Carlin says that Rankin relapsed into using cocaine while on tour since Carlin had so much of the drug available. It marked Carlin's change from mainstream to counterculture comedy. The "AM" side was an extension of Carlin's previous style, with zany but relatively clean routines parodying aspects of American life. The "FM" side introduced Carlin's new style, with references to marijuana and birth control pills, and a playful examination of the word "shit.

On July 21, , Carlin was arrested after performing this routine at Milwaukee 's Summerfest and charged with violating obscenity laws. In , a man complained to the Federal Communications Commission after listening with his son to a similar routine, "Filthy Words", from Occupation: Pacifica received a citation from the FCC for violating regulations that prohibit broadcasting "obscene" material.

Supreme Court upheld the FCC action by a vote of 5 to 4, ruling that the routine was "indecent but not obscene" and that the FCC had authority to prohibit such broadcasts during hours when children were likely to be among the audience F.

Pacifica Foundation , U. The controversy increased Carlin's fame. He eventually expanded the dirty-words theme with a seemingly interminable end to a performance ending with his voice fading out in one HBO version, and accompanying the credits in the Carlin at Carnegie special for the —83 season and a set of 49 web pages organized by subject and embracing his "Incomplete List of Impolite Words. Midway through the performance on the album Occupation: Foole , he can be heard thanking someone for handing him a piece of paper.

He then exclaimed "Shit! Carlin hosted the premiere broadcast of NBC 's Saturday Night Live , on October 11, , the only episode to date in which the host did not appear at his request in sketches. Carlin unexpectedly stopped performing regularly in , when his career appeared to be at its height. For the next five years he rarely performed stand-up, although it was at this time that he began doing specials for HBO as part of its On Location series; doing 14 specials, including 's It's Bad For Ya!

Carlin continued doing HBO specials every year or every other year over the following decade and a half. All of Carlin's albums from this time forward are from the HBO specials. He hosted SNL for the second time on November 10, , this time appearing in several sketches. Carlin began to achieve prominence as a film actor with a major supporting role in the comedy hit Outrageous Fortune , starring Bette Midler and Shelley Long ; it was his first notable screen role after a handful of previous guest roles on television series.

Playing drifter Frank Madras, the role poked fun at the lingering effect of the s counterculture. On the first day of the assignment, Carlin was cross about recording his narration without an audience, so the producers put a stuffed teddy bear in the booth.

Also in , Carlin had a major supporting role in the movie The Prince of Tides , which starred Nick Nolte and Barbra Streisand , portraying the gay neighbor of the main character's suicidal sister.

The show, created and written by The Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon , ran 27 episodes through December There was a very strange, very good sense of humor on that stage I was frustrated that it had taken me away from my true work. Carlin later explained that there were other, more pragmatic reasons for abandoning his acting career in favor of standup. In an interview for Esquire magazine in , he said, "Because of my abuse of drugs, I neglected my business affairs and had large arrears with the IRS, and that took me eighteen to twenty years to dig out of.

I did it honorably, and I don't begrudge them. I don't hate paying taxes, and I'm not angry at anyone, because I was complicit in it. But I'll tell you what it did for me: Because I had to stay out on the road and I couldn't pursue that movie career, which would have gone nowhere, and I became a really good comic and a really good writer. His first hardcover book, Brain Droppings , sold nearly , copies and spent 40 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list. The bill was referred to the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution in January , where it was tabled.

Carlin performed regularly as a headliner in Las Vegas , but in his run at the MGM Grand Las Vegas was terminated after an altercation with his audience. After a poorly received set, filled with dark references to suicide bombings and beheadings, Carlin complained that he could not wait to get out of "this fucking hotel" and Las Vegas; he wanted to go back east, he said, "where the real people are.

People who go to Las Vegas, you've got to question their fucking intellect to start with. Traveling hundreds and thousands of miles to essentially give your money to a large corporation is kind of fucking moronic. That's what I'm always getting here is these kind of fucking people with very limited intellects. When an audience member shouted "Stop degrading us! I hope it was positive; if not, well, blow me. Topics included suicide, natural disasters , cannibalism , genocide , human sacrifice , threats to civil liberties in the U.

At the first tour stop at the Tachi Palace Casino in Lemoore, California in February, Carlin mentioned that the appearance was his "first show back" after a six-week hospitalization for heart failure and pneumonia.

He repeated the theme to his audience several times throughout the show: When asked on Inside the Actors Studio what turned him on, he responded, "Reading about language. They were married at her parents' home in Dayton on June 3, In , they renewed their wedding vows in Las Vegas. Hosbrook died of liver cancer on May 11, , the day before Carlin's 60th birthday. In November , Carlin met Sally Wade, a comedy writer based in Hollywood; Carlin described it as "love at first sight", but was hesitant to act on his feelings so soon after his wife's death.

The marriage lasted until Carlin's death in , two days before their tenth anniversary. Carlin criticized elections as an illusion of choice. Carlin also criticized religion and mocked traditional oath affirmations on the Bible as "bullshit", "make believe", and "kid stuff".

In a interview, Carlin stated that using cannabis , LSD , and mescaline helped him in his personal life. Carlin had a history of cardiac problems spanning three decades. These included three heart attacks in , , and , an arrhythmia requiring an ablation procedure in , and a significant episode of heart failure in late He twice underwent angioplasty to unblock clogged arteries. In accordance with his wishes his body was cremated , and the ashes were scattered in front of various nightclubs he played in New York City and over Spofford Lake , in Chesterfield, New Hampshire , where he attended summer camp as an adolescent.

Four days before Carlin's death, the John F. For a number of years, Carlin had been compiling and writing his autobiography, to be released in conjunction with a one-man Broadway show tentatively titled New York City Boy. After Carlin's death, Tony Hendra , his collaborator on both projects, edited the autobiography for release as Last Words. The book, chronicling most of Carlin's life and future plans, including the one-man show, was published in The audio edition is narrated by Carlin's brother, Patrick Jr.

The George Carlin Letters: The Permanent Courtship of Sally Wade , [74] by Carlin's widow, a collection of previously unpublished writings and artwork by Carlin interwoven with Wade's chronicle of their 10 years together, was published in March The subtitle is a phrase on a handwritten note that Wade found next to her computer upon returning home from the hospital after her husband's death.

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