Bud Yorkin

Bud Yorkin
Yorkin first made his name as a director and producer of TV comedy and variety shows in the 1950s. In 1959 he teamed up with Norman Lear to found Tandem Productions and made his feature directing debut four years later with the Neil Simon adaptation "Come Blow Your Horn" (1963).<p>Yorkin has directed several first-rate comedies (usually produced by Lear), notably "Start the Revolution...

Kenneth Alan Williams

British comedy performer whose effeminate voice and distinctive gesticulating was put to good use in TV, theater and films. Williams appeared in some 20 "Carry On" comedies.