Julius Henry “Groucho” Marx  (October 2, 1890 – August 19, 1977) was an American comedian with a devilishly-quick wit and and somewhat off-color humor. Marx had a long stage and screen career, making 13 feature films with his brothers.

Groucho walked with an exaggerated stoop, puffed on a cigar, and sported a grease-painted mustache and eyebrows,

His ABC radio show You Bet Your Life  beginning in 1947,  later aired on NBC television from 1950 until 1961.