Many people have played Bozo. Pinto Colvig, who played Bozo from 1946-1956, was known as the original Bozo. Larry Harmon, who purchased the franchise rights to Bozo in 1956, was one. Bob Bell portrayed Bozo on WGN television from 1960-1984.
Actors who portrayed Bozo included:
Willard Scott (TV weatherman) - born March 7, 1934
Frank Avruch (Boston entertainer, 1928-2018)
Bob Bell (Chicago actor, 1922-1997)
Joey D'Auria (NY-born comic) - born May 18, 1952
The animated series of Bozo Cartoons (1958-1962) used the voice of Larry Harmon (Lawrence Weiss, 1925-2008), and the live actors in various TV venues included Vance Colvig Jr. on KTLA in Los Angeles. Canadian actor Art Cervi (born circa 1940) appeared as Bozo in both Windsor and later in Detroit.
Bozo the Clown ended in 1962.
The duration of Bozo the Clown is 300.0 seconds.
Why, Bozo the Clown, of course.
No, the original Bozo is dead.
Bozo The World's Most Famous Clown - 1958 Bozo's Bozo-Mow-Bile 1-19 was released on: USA: 1958
Bozo the Clown - 1959 III was released on: USA: 10 August 1959
Bozo The World's Most Famous Clown - 1958 Bowler Bozo 2-68 was released on: USA: 1959
Bozo The World's Most Famous Clown - 1958 Bozo the Moon Goon 2-13 was released on: USA: 1959
Bozo The World's Most Famous Clown - 1958 Chicken Hearted Bozo 2-60 was released on: USA: 1959