Lou Jacobi was a Canadian character actor who began his theatrical training in the local Yiddish theatre in Toronto. He later became a stand-up comedian in the Muskokas during the 1940s and later became a stage and film actor in the United States. He is known for many his roles in plays and films such as Come Blow Your Horn, Don't Drink the Water, The Diary of Anne Frank, and Arthur.
This file consists of one original and one copy monologue written for Lou Jacobi by Henry Karpus and Russell Bradley. The original contains handwritten corrections.