Thursday, April 12, 2018

Mitzi Shore, Comedy Store owner, dead at 87

Mitzi Shore, Comedy Store owner, dead at 87

4/11/2018=15,33,53,17..101st day 254 left

Mitzi Lee Shore BornJuly 25, 1930, Marinette, born on the 25th..comedy=25, shore=25 WI...7/25/1930=32,62,81,27...206th day 159 left..206/26 died on the 101st day/101/26th prime..she died 3 months 13 days/313/65th prime  before her 88th b-day Shore=65..if you include end date..3 months 2 weeks/32 like her birth numerology..105 days/15 like day numerology for her death and 15 weeks
comedy=25,29,65  like Shore..comedy store=142,61,56 like her name Mitzi Shore.."forty two"=142,74,38
born as Mitzi Saidel=170/17 died on a day with 17 numerology. She's: Jewish=74

Mitzi Shore, owner of the Los Angeles club the Comedy Store and one of the most influential figures in stand-up for more than four decades, has died. She was 87.
Spokeswoman Jodi Gottlieb released a statement from the club announcing Shore's death, calling her the "legendary godmother of the world famous Comedy Store" and "an extraordinary businesswoman and decades ahead of her time who cultivated and celebrated the artistry of stand-up comedy."
"Mom/Mitzi passed Early in the morning at 4:42 a.m.," her son, the comedian and actor Pauly Shore, tweeted Wednesday, "my heart lays heavy."
No cause was given, but Pauly Shore had been tweeting in recent days that she had been in hospice, and legal documents filed by her family said she had Parkinson's disease and other neurological problems.
Starting in 1974, Mitzi Shore gave comics gigs, advice, guidance, a clubhouse to hang out and talk shop in and occasionally a stairwell to sleep in.
Born Mitzi Saidel in Marinette, Wisconsin, she took over ownership of the two-year-old club on Hollywood's Sunset Strip after divorcing its co-founder, comedian Sammy Shore, in 1974.
She arrived at a moment when a huge stand-up boom was erupting, and became a queen over the scene, with arguably more power than anyone to make or break the career of an up-and-coming comedian.
Virtually every major comic from Richard Pryor to Robin Williams to Jerry Seinfeld used the club as a stepping-stone and returned to hone their acts after gaining fame.
A chorus of those comics tweeted praise Wednesday.
"This is a very sad day for the family of stand-up comics on the planet," Arsenio Hall wrote.

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