ALAN KING Actor Comedian Personally Owned and Worn BILTMORE Brown Western Cowboy Hat 7 1/4 (He Inspired Jerry Seinfeld and MORE!)

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ALAN KING’S Personally Owned/Worn Western Fedora Hat By ‘Canadian Biltmore’. Size 7 1/4. W/ COA (Super rare piece of Hollywood History!) 

An AMAZING PIECE belonging to the man who inspired many of the GREATS!
such as Joan Rivers, Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David, Billy Crystal, Robert Klein, and Bill Cosby and MORE!!

  • MEGA RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN AN ICONIC PIECE FROM ACTOR/COMEDIAN ALAN KING HIMSELF!!
  • Hat Owned and Worn by Alan King, Obtained at his estate sale held in 2004 at his home on Long Island.
  • The hat was made by the Canadian Biltmore company Embossed with his name “Alan King” in GOLD along the inner hat brim.”Silver Buckle” and “Canadian Kodiak” embossed inside and sold by “The Dirty Shame” in Las Vegas. Made of Wool/Fur type material, size 7 1/4

**Comes with a ‘CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY’ from Starwear Status.**

– Our Certificate of Authenticity is presented with an embossed Starwear Status Metallic Sticker which preserves the Authenticity of these truly unique screen used movie props and celebrity owned entertainment products for you to enjoy for years to come.

Alan King Brief Background: 

King expanded his range and made a name for himself in a wide variety of films. He often portrayed gangsters, as in Casino (1995) and Night and the City (1992), both starring Robert De Niro, as well as I, the Jury(1982) and Cat’s Eye (1985). He frequently worked for director Sidney Lumet, beginning with Bye Bye Braverman (1968) and The Anderson Tapes (1971). Lumet later cast him in a tour-de-force starring role in Just Tell Me What You Want (1980), a provocative comedy about a ruthless business mogul and his TV-producer mistress (Ali MacGraw).

He had another major role in Memories of Me (1988) as the so-called “king of the Hollywood extras,” portraying Billy Crystal‘s terminally ill father.

Alan King (born Irwin Alan Kniberg; December 26, 1927 – May 9, 2004)
in New York City, New York, USA as Irwin Alan Kniberg. He was an actor and producer, known for Casino (1995), The Kraft Music Hall (1967) and The Match Game (1962). He was married to Jeanette Sprung. He died on May 9, 2004 in Manhattan, New York City.

American actor and comedian known for his biting wit and often angry humorous rants. King became well known as a Jewish comedian and satirist. He was also a serious actor who appeared in a number of movies and television shows. King wrote several books, produced films, and appeared in plays. In later years, he helped many philanthropic causes.

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ALAN KING’S Personally Owned/Worn Western Fedora Hat By ‘Canadian Biltmore’. Size 7 1/4. W/ COA (Super rare piece of Hollywood History!) 

An AMAZING PIECE belonging to the man who inspired many of the GREATS!
such as Joan Rivers, Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David, Billy Crystal, Robert Klein, and Bill Cosby and MORE!!

  • MEGA RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN AN ICONIC PIECE FROM ACTOR/COMEDIAN ALAN KING HIMSELF!!
  • Hat Owned and Worn by Alan King, Obtained at his estate sale held in 2004 at his home on Long Island.
  • The hat was made by the Canadian Biltmore company Embossed with his name “Alan King” in GOLD along the inner hat brim.”Silver Buckle” and “Canadian Kodiak” embossed inside and sold by “The Dirty Shame” in Las Vegas. Made of Wool/Fur type material, size 7 1/4

**Comes with a ‘CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY’ from Starwear Status.**

– Our Certificate of Authenticity is presented with an embossed Starwear Status Metallic Sticker which preserves the Authenticity of these truly unique screen used movie props and celebrity owned entertainment products for you to enjoy for years to come.

Alan King Brief Background: 

King expanded his range and made a name for himself in a wide variety of films. He often portrayed gangsters, as in Casino (1995) and Night and the City (1992), both starring Robert De Niro, as well as I, the Jury(1982) and Cat’s Eye (1985). He frequently worked for director Sidney Lumet, beginning with Bye Bye Braverman (1968) and The Anderson Tapes (1971). Lumet later cast him in a tour-de-force starring role in Just Tell Me What You Want (1980), a provocative comedy about a ruthless business mogul and his TV-producer mistress (Ali MacGraw).

He had another major role in Memories of Me (1988) as the so-called “king of the Hollywood extras,” portraying Billy Crystal‘s terminally ill father.

Alan King (born Irwin Alan Kniberg; December 26, 1927 – May 9, 2004)
in New York City, New York, USA as Irwin Alan Kniberg. He was an actor and producer, known for Casino (1995), The Kraft Music Hall (1967) and The Match Game (1962). He was married to Jeanette Sprung. He died on May 9, 2004 in Manhattan, New York City.

American actor and comedian known for his biting wit and often angry humorous rants. King became well known as a Jewish comedian and satirist. He was also a serious actor who appeared in a number of movies and television shows. King wrote several books, produced films, and appeared in plays. In later years, he helped many philanthropic causes.

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