Gilbert Gottfried was an American actor and stand-up comedian. His persona as a comedian featured an exaggerated shrill voice and emphasis on crude humor.

Gilbert loved comedy from childhood and at the age of 15 he was known as an amateur stand-up in New York City and, after a few years, became known around New York as “the comedian’s comedian.”

During the 2000s and 2010s, Gottfried showed up in voice roles on series like “Family Guy” and as a challenger or “talking head” on reality series, including “Superstar Wife Swap.” (He traded spouses with the late Alan Thicke.)

In a similar piece, he shielded tweets he posted about the 2011 torrent in Japan as “senseless” and “imbecilic,” however those tweets later drove Aflac, for whom he gave the voice of its mascot duck, to fire him.

Gottfried’s envelope-pushing, blue material was comfortable during a few Comedy Central meals of superstars, for example, previous President Donald Trump in 2011.

Gilbert Gottfried Wife: Who is Gilbert Gottfried‘s Wife Dara Kravitz?

Gilbert Gottfried was married to an American film producer and a radio podcaster, Dara Kravitz. The pair first met in 1997 as they interacted during the Grammys.

They ended up dating for over a decade before they finally decided to get married in 2007. Dara and Gilbert are proud parents of two children.