Albert Lawrence Brooks was born on July 22, 1947. His earlier name being Albert Lawrence Einstein. He is an extraordinary personality as he leads the field of acting, writing, directing and comedy. Albert Lawrence has received an Academy Award also known as Oscars for his work in Broadcast News 1987 which is considered to be a romantic comedy drama film. His dub in the film Finding Nemo by Disney was highly appreciated and also for the animated series
The Simpsons which is set in the fictional town. His talent is also witnessed in comedy thrills like Modern Romance a film that leaves a man to giggle hard. It was produced in 1981, Lost in America is a story by Brooks in which a couple decides to leave their job and travel across America. He has not only written comedy books like these but also the Satire 2030: The Real Story Of What Happens To Am. Albert Brooks changed his name from Albert Einstein at the age of 19. His comedic start made Albert Brooks a popular man. He started his career with comedy shows which gained him appreciation and popularity.
He gave two subsequent comedy hits in 1973- Comedy Minus One and 1975- A Star is Bought, which was also nominated for the Grammy Award. In 1975, his career took new heights when he got to direct six short films for the first season of Saturday Night Life. Albert Brooks conquered television with his presence in eight television series starting with his first show in 1969 named
Hot Wheels, in 1970 The Odd Couple, and many other shows. The last appearance on silver screen was in 2008 named Weeds. Albert Brook has contributed to the entertainment of the audiences majorly and would certainly entertain us with his brilliance performance in the future.