Richard Bezler mourns long time rival George CarlinJune 24th, 2008 - 12:41 am ICT by David M N James
Comedian Richard Bezler is saddened by the death of fellow comedian and American most controversial comedian with a record of completely outrageous and socially unacceptable profanities on the wanton telly, the late George Carlin.
Carlin who died yesterday of heart failure was a celebrated, rough, adamant and unapologetic comedian who once faced the law for his use of insulting language on the television. Bezler was a social misfit. During his schooling, he was kicked out of every school he ever attended, due to his uncontrollable wit. He survived testicular cancer in 1984.
Richard has been quoted saying he is shocked at the death of the comedian and that he will mourn a great friend and compatriot. Bezler has ranked alongside the eccentric Carlin and has for a longtime shared the same platform with Carlin.
Bezler and Carlin began making headlines in the 70’s when both theater and comedy gained momentum as successful television programs. He has an outstanding record with numerous of his artistic distinctions making headlines and hefty sales. Of the Carlin genre only Bezler now has the equal honors.
He was once outdone by Carlin when he was the audience warm up comedian for Saturday night live in its premier season, however, he was never the host of the show, it was George Carlin who took the honors and as such remained a rival.