Contents 1 Early life 2 Careers other than television 2.1 Radio 2.2 Films 2.3 Music 3 Television career 3.1 Make Room For Daddy (The Danny Thomas Show) 3.2 The Wonderful World of Burlesque: 1,2,3 3.3 The Danny Thomas Hour 3.4 Producer 3.5 Return to television 3.6 Commercials 3.7 St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 4 Personal life 5 Death 6 Awards and honors 7 References 8 External links

Early life[edit] As "Amos Jacobs" at WMBC radio in Detroit One of 10 children, Danny Thomas was born as Amos Muzyad Yakhoob Kairouz on January 6, 1912, in Deerfield, Michigan, to Charles Yakhoob Kairouz and his wife Margaret Taouk.[3] His parents were Maronite Catholic immigrants from Lebanon.[4] Kairouz and Taouk are two prominent families from Bsharri. Thomas was raised in Toledo, Ohio, attending St. Francis de Sales Church (Roman Catholic), Woodward High School, and finally the University of Toledo, where he was a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.[5] Thomas was confirmed in the Catholic Church by the bishop of Toledo, Samuel Stritch. Stritch, a native of Tennessee, was a lifelong spiritual advisor for Thomas, and advised him to locate the St. Jude Hospital in Memphis.[6][7] He married Rose Marie Cassaniti in 1936, a week after his 24th birthday. In 1932, Thomas began performing on radio in Detroit at WMBC on The Happy Hour Club. Thomas first performed under his anglicized birth name, "Amos Jacobs Kairouz." After he moved to Chicago in 1940, Thomas did not want his friends and family to know he went back into working clubs where the salary was better, so he came up with the pseudonym "Danny Thomas" (after two of his brothers).[8] He was living in Ward 6, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, according to the 1920 U. S. Census as Amos Jacobs, the same in the 1930 Census, and in 1940 living in Ward 2, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, as Amos J. Jacobs, a radio and theatrical artist. Further, the 1930 Census states his parents were born in Syria; while the 1920 Census states that they were born in "Seria", and that their mother tongue is "Serian".[9] Indeed, Lebanon was part of the Ottoman Empire until 1920, and Lebanese immigrants were then identified as Syrians in most of the world and as Turks in Latin America.

Careers other than television[edit] Thomas as Jerry Dingle, 1945 Radio[edit] Thomas first reached mass audiences on network radio in the 1940s playing shifty brother-in-law Amos in The Bickersons, which began as sketches on the music-comedy show Drene Time, starring Don Ameche and Frances Langford. Thomas also portrayed himself as a scatterbrained Lothario on this show. His other network radio work included a stint as Jerry Dingle the postman on Fanny Brice's The Baby Snooks Show. In the early 1950s he made several appearances on the popular NBC variety program, The Big Show, hosted by stage legend Tallulah Bankhead. Thomas also had his own radio program, The Danny Thomas Show. The 30-minute weekly variety show was on ABC in 1942-43 and on CBS in 1947-48.[10] Films[edit] After his two late 1940s films with Margaret O'Brien, Thomas appeared with Betty Grable in the musical Call Me Mister (1951). He then starred in The Jazz Singer opposite the popular contemporary vocalist Peggy Lee, a 1952 remake of the 1927 original. He also portrayed songwriter Gus Kahn opposite Doris Day in the 1951 film biography I'll See You in My Dreams. Music[edit] In 1952, Thomas recorded several Arabic folk songs with Toufic Barham for a Saint Jude Hospital Foundation fundraiser record. The songs later appeared on the re-issue album The Music of Arab-Americans: A Retrospective Collection.[11][12] From 1952 through 1974, Thomas also recorded a number of vocal albums on his own, as well as participating on other albums.[13]

Television career[edit] Make Room For Daddy (The Danny Thomas Show)[edit] Thomas enjoyed a successful 11-year run (1953–1964) on Make Room For Daddy, later known as The Danny Thomas Show. Jean Hagen and Sherry Jackson were his first family. The Hagen character died in 1956, replaced by Marjorie Lord. Jackson left the series in 1958, and Penny Parker replaced her in the 1959-1960 series. Parker was written out of the series with her marriage to the character Patrick Hannigan, played by comedian Pat Harrington, Jr. Lord and Harrington died a few weeks apart between November 2015 and January 2016. On January 1, 1959, Thomas appeared with his other Make Room For Daddy child stars, Angela Cartwright and the late Rusty Hamer, in an episode of NBC's The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford. Danny plays house with television daughter Linda (Angela Cartwright). The show was produced at Desilu Studios, where Lucille Ball was appearing alongside Desi Arnaz Sr. in I Love Lucy, and it featured several guest stars who went on to star in their own shows, including Andy Griffith (The Andy Griffith Show, Mayberry RFD), Joey Bishop, and Bill Bixby (My Favorite Martian and others). He also scored a major success at the London Palladium, in the years when many big American stars appeared there. Thomas and Cartwright In 1970, the program was revived for a season under the title Make Room for Granddaddy. (See below.) Angela Cartwright (who spoke about her on- and off-camera relationship with her TV stepfather, Danny Thomas, on a groundbreaking ABC TV show, Make Room for Daddy) had said: "I thought Danny was hilarious and he was always cracking me up. He was loud and gregarious, nothing like my real Dad who is far more reserved than that. So, it was fun to be able to make smart remarks and get away with it. I would never have talked to my real parents that way, but in the make-believe world of the Williams family I got away with that." Cartwright also added that by the time Thomas' show had ended, she wanted to join the cast of The Sound of Music: "I went on an interview for the part of Brigitta. I was still filming The Danny Thomas Show, but I knew the series was coming to an end. After several auditions, I was the first von Trapp cast. I asked Danny Thomas if he would let me out of my contract so I could be in the movie and he was very gracious to let me out of the last show of the season. He didn’t have to do that and I am very grateful he did."[14] The Wonderful World of Burlesque: 1,2,3[edit] In 1965 and 1966, Danny Thomas presented The Wonderful World of Burlesque, featuring Lucille Ball, Jerry Lewis, Don Adams, Carol Channing, Andy Griffith, Sheldon Leonard, and Shirley Jones.[15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29] The Danny Thomas Hour[edit] The Danny Thomas Hour is an American anthology television series that was broadcast on NBC during the 1967-68 television season. Producer[edit] Thomas became a successful television producer (with Sheldon Leonard and Aaron Spelling among his partners) of The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Andy Griffith Show, That Girl and The Mod Squad. Thomas also produced three series for Walter Brennan: The Real McCoys, The Tycoon, and The Guns of Will Sonnett on ABC during the late 1950s and 1960s. Thomas often appeared in cameos on shows he produced, including his portrayal of the tuxedoed, droll alien Kolak, from the planet Twilo, in the Dick Van Dyke Show science-fiction spoof, "It May Look Like a Walnut". Thomas, Jack Benny, and Bob Hope in a March 1968 Jack Benny special Thomas was responsible for Mary Tyler Moore's first "big break" in acting. In 1961, Carl Reiner cast her in The Dick Van Dyke Show after Thomas personally recommended Moore. He had remembered her as "the girl with three names" whom he had turned down earlier, but rediscovered her after a lengthy search through photos and records. Return to television[edit] In the early 1970s, Thomas reunited most of his second Daddy cast (Marjorie Lord, Rusty Hamer, and Angela Cartwright) for a short-lived update of the show, Make Room for Granddaddy. Premised around Danny and Kathy Williams caring for their grandson by daughter Terry, who was away with her husband on a long business assignment, the show lasted one season. By the mid-1970s, Thomas' son Tony had become an accomplished television producer. Tony, along with Paul Junger Witt, formed Witt/Thomas Productions in 1975, and was responsible for his father's next three (and ultimately final) starring vehicles. Thomas returned to series TV in the NBC sitcom, The Practice, from January 1976 to January 1977, and after that I'm a Big Girl Now, which aired on ABC from 1980 to 1981. Thomas was guest of honor in The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast that aired December 15, 1976 on NBC. He guest-starred in "In Full Command," the March 18, 1978 series finale of the long-running detective drama Kojak, as a corrupt superior officer in the police department, in an episode directed by series star Telly Savalas. He also appeared in the 1988 TV movie Side by Side, opposite Milton Berle and Sid Caesar. The last series in which Thomas was a headlining star was One Big Family, which aired in syndication during the 1986–1987 season. The situation comedy's premise was set around a semi-retired comedian whose grandchildren were orphaned after their parents were killed in a car accident.[30] Commercials[edit] Thomas, like many actors prominent in television, endorsed commercial products. In particular, two companies that featured him in their advertising were Maxwell House, whose instant coffee he endorsed (though it had no decaffeinated variant at the time, he later claimed he had been endorsing a "decaffeinated" instant coffee and the coffee he actually drank had a high caffeine content)[citation needed], and Philips Norelco's "Dial-A-Brew" version of its short-lived "Better Cup Of Coffee" line of electric drip coffee-makers. One of his other "commercials" was actually a public-service message, with fund-raising goals, for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital[edit] As a "starving actor", Thomas had made a vow: If he found success, he would open a shrine dedicated to St. Jude Thaddeus, the patron saint of hopeless causes. Thomas never forgot his promise to St. Jude and, after becoming a successful actor in the early 1950s, his wife joined him and began traveling the United States to help raise funds to build his dream - St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.[31] He fervently believed “no child should die in the dawn of life.”[32] With help from Dr. Lemuel Diggs and close friend, Anthony Abraham, an auto magnate in Miami, Florida, Thomas founded the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1962. Since its inception, St. Jude has treated children from all 50 states and around the world, continuing the mission of finding cures and saving children. Dr. Peter C. Doherty of St. Jude's Immunology Department, was a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1996 for key discoveries on how the immune system works to kill virus-infected cells.[33]

Personal life[edit] Daughters Terre and Marlo Thomas on a 1969 episode of That Girl Danny Thomas was a struggling young comic when he met Rose Marie Mantell (born Rose Marie Cassaniti), who had a singing career with her own radio show in Detroit, Michigan, and who was the daughter of Marie "Mary" Cassaniti (1896–1972), a drummer and percussionist for "Marie's Merry Music Makers". They were married on January 15, 1936, and had three children, Margaret Julia ("Marlo"), Theresa ("Terre"), and Charles Anthony ("Tony") Thomas. The Thomas children followed their parents into entertainment in various capacities: Marlo as an actress and producer, Tony as a television producer, and Terre as an accomplished singer-songwriter. His brother, Thomas Yakhoob, using the name Tom Jacobs, appeared on Make Room For Daddy and The Andy Griffith Show. Thomas was initiated, passed, and raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason at Gothic Lodge #270 F&AM located at Hamilton Square, NJ, on March 15, 1984, by special dispensation of the NJ Grand Master. During May 1985, he was made a 32° Mason and also a Noble in Al Malaikah Shrine located at Los Angeles, CA. Thomas also filmed the introduction to the Masonic Service Association's movie, When the Band Stops Playing.[citation needed] A devout Roman Catholic,[8] Thomas was named a Knight Commander of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre by Pope Paul VI in recognition of his services to the church and the community. He was a member of the Good Shepherd Parish and the Catholic Motion Picture Guild in Beverly Hills, California.[34] In 1983, President Ronald Reagan presented Thomas with a Congressional Gold Medal honoring him for his work with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Thomas was one of the original owners of the Miami Dolphins, along with Joe Robbie, but he sold his ownership share soon after the purchase. He was an avid golfer, claimed a ten golf handicap, and competed with Sam Snead in a charity event.[35] Two PGA Tour tournaments bore his name: the Danny Thomas-Diplomat Classic in south Florida in 1969 and, along with co-founder Vernon Bell, the Danny Thomas Memphis Classic from 1970 to 1984. He was also the first non-Jewish member of the Hillcrest Country Club in Los Angeles.[36] In 1990, Danny Thomas was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame.[37]

Death[edit] Monument at Danny Thomas Park in Toledo, Ohio Thomas died on February 6, 1991, of heart failure at age 79, in Los Angeles, California. Two days previously he had celebrated St. Jude Hospital's 29th anniversary and filmed a commercial,[38] which aired posthumously. He is interred in a mausoleum on the grounds of the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee;[39] Cassaniti, his wife of 55 years, was interred with him after her death in July 2000.[40]

Awards and honors[edit] A park in Toledo, Ohio, bears his name and a monument. A stretch of roadway in Memphis is locally known as Danny Thomas Boulevard. The road, built in the 1960's to partially reroute US Highway 51 around downtown, runs from E.H. Crump Boulevard (US 70/79/64) to North Parkway/A.W. Willis Avenue (Tennessee State Route 1), passing through St. Jude Children's Research Hospital's campus on a viaduct. For Thomas' contribution to the television industry, in February 1960 he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located at 6901 Hollywood Boulevard.[citation needed] Thomas was a posthumous recipient of the 2004 Bob Hope Humanitarian Award.[citation needed] On February 16, 2012, the United States Postal Service issued a first-class forever stamp honoring Thomas as an entertainer and humanitarian. The Danny Thomas Forever Stamp shows an oil-on-panel painting depicting a smiling, tuxedo-clad Thomas in the foreground and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in the background.[32]

References[edit] ^ "Danny Thomas Story." St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. ^ Obituary Variety, February 11, 1991. ^ "Danny Thomas Biography (1912–1991)". Retrieved 2011-01-14.  ^ "DANNY THOMAS, 79, A COMEDIAN WHO CHAMPIONED A CAUSE". The Philadelphia Inquirer. February 7, 1991.  ^ Thomas, Danny; Davidson, Bill (1991). Make Room for Danny. Putnam. ISBN 9780399135668.  ^ "Danny's Dream". Retrieved 2011-01-14. [permanent dead link] ^ Sanderson, Jane (1979-04-30). "St. Jude Children's Hospital Was Danny Thomas' Dream, but Dr. Alvin Mauer Makes It Come True". Retrieved 2011-01-14.  ^ a b "Danny Thomas, 79, the TV Star Of 'Make Room for Daddy,' Dies". The New York Times. 7 February 1991. Retrieved 29 September 2011.  ^ see "1920 Census". Retrieved 9 July 2016.  and "1930 Census". Retrieved 9 July 2016.  ^ Sies, Luther F. (2014). Encyclopedia of American Radio, 1920-1960, 2nd Edition, Volume 1. McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-7864-5149-4. P. 177. ^ The Music of Arab-Americans: A Retrospective Collection. ^ Kligman, Mark (2001). Reviewed Work: The Music of Arab Americans: A Retrospective Collection. Ethnomusicology, Vol. 45, No.1. pp 186-187. ^ Danny Thomas discography. ^ "Classic Film and TV Café".  ^ DiMona, Joseph; Corio, Ann (1 July 2014). "This Was Burlesque". Open Road Media – via Google Books.  ^ "Danny Thomas Special: The Wonderful World of Burlesque". 14 March 1965 – via  ^ "Wonderful World of Burlesque I, The (1965) - Overview -". Turner Classic Movies.  ^ "Wonderful World of Burlesque II-Danny Thomas Speci". Television Academy.  ^ "Danny Thomas' The Wonderful World of Burlesque: Second Edition". 8 December 1965 – via  ^ "Danny Thomas' the Wonderful World of Burlesque: Third Edition". 11 December 1966 – via  ^ "A Nose For Show Biz".  ^ Cullen, Frank; Hackman, Florence; McNeilly, Donald (21 January 2018). "Vaudeville old & new: an encyclopedia of variety performances in America". Psychology Press – via Google Books.  ^ Robinson, Dale; Fernandes, David (24 August 2012). "The Definitive Andy Griffith Show Reference: Episode-by-Episode, with Cast and Production Biographies and a Guide to Collectibles". McFarland – via Google Books.  ^ "Danny Thomas Biography (1912-1991)".  ^ "Danny Thomas, 79, the TV Star Of 'Make Room for Daddy,' Dies". The New York Times. 7 February 1991.  ^ "Medalists Database".  ^ "Guideposts Classics: Danny Thomas on Keeping His Promise". 24 November 2014.  ^ "Burlesque, St. Louis, and the Harry Wald Collection". 3 October 2013.  ^ "Fifty Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About St. Jude". 1 January 2012.  ^ Brooks, Tim, and Earle Marsh, The Complete Directory to Prine Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946–Present, 20th Anniversary Edition, Ballantine Books, New York, 1999, p. 758-759. ^ "Danny Thomas Story". St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Archived from the original on 6 July 2007. Retrieved 9 July 2016. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link) ^ a b "Danny Thomas Forever Stamp". USPS. February 16, 2012. Retrieved 9 July 2016.  ^ "The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1996".  ^ "Our History". Church of the Good Shepherd.  ^ "Celebrity Golf (TV Series 1960– )". IMDb.  ^ Baum, Gary (June 23, 2011). "L.A.'s Power Golf Clubs: Where the Hollywood Elite Play". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved May 11, 2013.  ^ "Television Hall of Fame Honorees: Complete List".  ^ Danny's Promise accessed 25 December 2014 ^ Danny Thomas at Find a Grave ^ "Rose Marie Cassaniti Thomas (Find A Grave Memorial 9682929)". Find A Grave. 

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