Mel Brooks, also known as Melvin Kaminsky, was born in Brooklyn, New York and has an estimated net worth of $85 million dollars. Mel Brooks began working as a stand-up comic for resorts in the Catskills as a summer job during high school. After serving in the US Army during World War II, he returned to comedy work as a writer, rather than as a performer. Since then, he has gone on to write a number of smash-hit comedies, as well as performing in or directing many of them. His most widely known works include, "The Producers", "Blazing Saddles", "Young Frankenstein", "History of the World: Part I", "Spaceballs", "Robin Hood: Men in Tights", and "Dracula: Dead and Loving It". He has won a Grammy, a Tony, an Emmy, and an Oscar. In addition to his writing and performing work, he is also a successful producer, and has produced such films as "The Elephant Man", "The Fly", and "84 Charing Cross Road".
Why moses had only ten commandments from the movie History of the world Part I.
The ORIGINAL performance "Springtime for Hitler" from the movie The Producers by Mel Brooks.