" We've done tributes to Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, Drew Carey, Kathy Greenwood, Brad Sherwood, and now it's time for Greg Proops.Another master of improv comedy, Greg has been around since the start of the show in the UK. Next of Ken is a producer of reference online video content, covering all things entertainment including video games, movies, trends, and more.
Anna was born in New Jersey or New Jersey, also to German Jewish parents, with her father’s name possibly being Abram Eltinger.
Greg’s maternal grandfather was John “Jack” Brown Savage (the son of William Henry Savage and Louisiana Adeline Hyde).
William was the son of James Anderson Savage and Jane Caroline Bagwell.
Louisiana was the daughter of Eaton Davenport Hyde and Emily Jane Kelly.
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Solomon was the son of Isaac Proops, who was born in England, and of Matilda Deckinger, who was born in Germany.
Therese was born in New York, to Czech Jewish parents, Karl/Charles Hartman and Eva/Elizabeth Adele/Adelheit Stadler.
Both Proops and Mc Shane impressed producers Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson, who put them on their show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? He frequently instigated jokes concerning various idiosyncrasies and differences between British English and American English (e.g. "elevator"), and would frequently banter with Clive Anderson on these matters (among others).