History of clowning

  • Jan 1, 1012

    Clowning of Malayians

    The Malaya was the first civilization to make big funny masks and perform. They were back around thousand years ago.
  • Jan 1, 1500

    Clown show by Italy

    In the 1500’s, a show was born in Italy that amused Europe for two hundred years. It was the “commedia dell’arte” (Comedy of Arts). The Zany was the central character in the show. He played everyday characters in a mocking way. Many of these fun-makers used gestured and silly faces called pantomime.
  • Jan 1, 1501

    Origin of clown

    Clowns origin was originated in 16th century. Right through the ancient history there have always been Man and Women who have had the ability to make us laugh. The main ancient civilization that had the culture of clowning is Egypt, China, Greece, and Rome.
  • The development of circus

    The development of circus
    The house of the Clowns “Circus” was established in Britain at the 18th century (1742-1814). And from the circus, there became a stabled clown image of baggy pants, white face, and large red nose.
  • Charlie Chaplin

    Charlie Chaplin
    Charlie Chaplin brought laughter to millions around the world as the silent 'Little Tramp' clown. From England originally, Charlie joined the Karno troupe working alongside his brother Sidney and Stan Laurel touring the United States' vaudeville circuit. He left the stage to join Mack Sennet's Keystone Films Studio. With Keystone films, he made eight films in two months. He developed his tramp character and became a world-wide star.
  • America's greatest clown, Red Skelton

    America's greatest clown, Red Skelton
    One of America's greatest clowns, Red Skelton was starred in at least 23 movies, and had his own radio and television shows. During his television career, every week millions of people saw his tramp clown character Freddy the Freeloader, as well as his other clown characters Clem Kadiddlehopper and Sheriff Deadeye.
  • New development of clowning

    Patch Adams, as a young doctor in the 70s, began clowning for hospital patients. And clowning has then developed to become a entertainment which gives people hope.
  • The Big Apple Circus

    The Big Apple Circus
    One of the most famous Circus in America Big Apple Circus was established in the Clown Care Unit in New York in 1987.