Some of Jerry Lewis's movies include "The Nutty Professor," "The King of Comedy," "The Bellboy," "The Caddy," and "Hollywood or Bust." Other movies starring Jerry Lewis include "The Delicate Delinquent," "The Geisha Boy," "The Ladies Man" and "The Errands Boy."
"The Nutty Professor" is a 1963 comic science fiction film in which Jerry Lewis plays the role of Professor Kelp, who later turns into the character Buddy Love. Lewis also directed the film and co-wrote it with Bill Richmond. The movie also stars Stella Stevens, Del Moore and Kathleen Freeman. In 1996, a re-make of the film was made starring Eddie Murphy and Jada Pinkett-Smith. The original film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry in 2004.
Lewis plays the role of talk show host Jerry Langford in the 1982 Scorcese film, "The King of Comedy." Robert DiNiro plays the lead role of aspiring comic Rupert Pupkin. The film was shot in New York City.
Jerry Lewis was born in New Jersey in 1926. He is a singer, comedian, actor, screenwriter and director. In 1946, he performed an act in night clubs with Dean Martin. Later the duo turned their act into a series of comedic films. In 1956, the duo separated, and Lewis went on to have a lucrative film career.