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Tim Conway ACA Oral History and Transcript, January 18, 2006.

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In his one hour interview for the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College, Tim Conway talks about his turbulent start in Hollywood, even dubbing his younger self as "the dumbest guy in the business." He fondly reminisces moments from early in his career, like working on "The Steve Allen Show" and "The Carol Burnett Show." He speaks about some of the most important lessons he learned from his peers, like perseverance and respecting everyone who helps bring your vision to life. Conway advises that creating experiences for yourself is the key to being in show business, and considers the question "Was it worth it?" Bill Dana and Jenni Matz conducted the interview on January 18, 2006 in Los Angeles, CA. Additional topics covered include: Comedy, Creative Influences, and Pivotal Career Moments.

2006-01-18

In his one hour interview for the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College, Tim Conway talks about his turbulent start in Hollywood, even dubbing his younger self as "the dumbest guy in the business." He fondly reminisces moments from early in his career, like working on "The Steve Allen Show" and "The Carol Burnett Show." He speaks about some of the most important lessons he learned from his peers, like perseverance and respecting everyone who helps bring your vision to life. Conway advises that creating experiences for yourself is the key to being in show business, and considers the question "Was it worth it?" Bill Dana and Jenni Matz conducted the interview on January 18, 2006 in Los Angeles, CA. Additional topics covered include: Comedy, Creative Influences, and Pivotal Career Moments.

2006-01-18

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