Lenny Clarke Biography
Lenny Clarke an American comedian and actor known for his thick Boston accent and character as Uncle Teddy on the series Rescue Me.
Lenny Clarke Age
Clarke was born on September 16, 1953, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America.
Lenny Clarke Stand Up Comedy
Clarke was the most popular “saloon comic” in Boston throughout the year 1980s, the bloom of the Boston comedy view. The DVD release When Standup Stood Out in the year 2006 details Clarke’s early career and connecting with other prominent Boston comics, such as Steven Wright and Denis Leary, his good friends.
In the year 1980, he composed and starred in a local TV show Lenny’s Late Show appear, Wright and Leary, in collaboration with Boston comedy playwright Martin Olson. Clarke and Olson were roommates, and their apartment, known by comedians as “The Barracks”, was a famous “crash pad” for comics visiting Boston, per the film.
Clarke starred in his own short-lived network sitcom Lenny in the year 1990, and in such TV shows as match Searchlight, The Job, The John Larroquette Show and It’s All Relative and films like Monument Ave., febricity Pitch, and Southie.
From the year 2004 until the year 2011, he featured in the recurring character of Uncle Teddy on the FX comedy-drama Rescue Me. In the year 2006, Clarke and Leary featured on television during a Red Sox telecast and, upon realizing that Red Sox 1st baseman Kevin Youkilis is Jewish, supply a criticism of Mel Gibson’s anti-semitic comments.
In the year 2007, Clarke played the character of Ron Abbot in the short-lived Fox comedy series The Winner. The show was canceled after six episodes due to low ratings on the month of May 16, 2007.
Clarke is also an exclusive guest on the WEEI radio shows in Boston. It was on this show that he declared he would be a regular on the year 2009 Fox Sitcom Brothers as the racist neighbor who is married to a black woman.
Clarke wound up featuring in three episodes before the series was canceled. In the year 2011-12 TV season, Clarke landed a character as the main character’s father on the NBC midseason replacement sitcom Are You There, Chelsea?.
On the evening of the month of January 19, 2010, he appeared on stage at the victory speech of Republican Senator-elect from Massachusetts, Scott Brown, who was elected to the U.S. congress seat previously held by Ted Kennedy.
Clarke had appeared on ESPN’s 30 for 30 – 4 Days in October alongside ESPN sports and pop culture columnist Bill Simmons as a narrator giving insight on the year 2004 ALCS comeback by the Red Sox against the New York Yankees.
Lenny Clarke Net Worth
Clarke has an estimated net worth of $500 Thousand.
Lenny Clarke Movies and TV Shows
- When Stand Up Stood Out – 2003
- Contest Searchlight – 2002
- Denis Leary & Friends Presents: Douchbags & Donuts – 2011
- It’s All Relative 2003 – 2004
- Sweeney Killing Sweeney – 2018
- The Job 2001 – 2002
- Nothing Goes Right
- Rescue Me 2004 – 2011
- Lenny 1990 – 1991
- Monument Ave. – 1998
- Unsportsmanlike Comedy with Rob Gronkowski
- Are You There, Chelsea? – 2012
- The John Larroquette Show 1993 – 1996
- Two If by Sea – 1996
Lenny Clarke Height and Weiht
Clarke stands tall at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (188 cm) and Weighs 83 kilograms or 182.98 lbs.
Lenny Clarke Education
Clarke enrolled and later graduated from the University of Massachusetts Boston, he composed and starred in a local TV show Lenny Clarke’s Late Show in 1980.
Lenny Clarke Family
Clarke information about his family is publicly unavailable. This section will be updated as soon as this information is available.
Lenny Clarke Wife
Clarke married Jennifer Miller in 1996, in the month of October 19.