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Comedy Actor Martin Short

Martin Short established himself as a comedic actor on SCTV and Saturday Night Live. He's famous for his physical humor, celebrity impressions, and the memorable characters he invented, like Ed Grimley. Short has since graduated to the silver screen, starring in movies like Innerspace and Three Amigos. His new movie is called Three Fugitives.

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Other segments from the episode on January 30, 1989

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, January 30, 1989: Interview with Matin Short; Review of Tom Harrell's album "Stories"; Interview with Loren Estleman; Review of the television show "Lonesome Dove."

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