- Fred Allen, American radio and TV comedian
- Charlie Chaplin, renowned comic actor of the silent film era
- Fyvush Finkel, comedic actor best known for roles on TV series produced by David E. Kelley, is sometimes nicknamed "Bowtie Finkel"
- Pee-wee Herman, played by Paul Reubens
- Stan Laurel, comedian, typically wore a bow tie when in character
- Jerry Lewis ("in nutty character")
- Groucho Marx American comedian
- Garry Moore, comedian who hosted game and variety shows, was known for his crew cut and bow ties.
- Frank Muir, British comedy writer and broadcast personality "famous for his pink bow tie and mispronunciation", according to the BBC
- Mo Rocca, identified by the New York Times as one of several comedians who have worn bow ties "ironically"
- Mark Russell, American political comedian, pianist, and parody song author. "Mr. Russell knows from bow ties. They have been his signature for years, along with a star-spangled piano that he plinks every few minutes ..."
Read more about this topic: List Of Bow Tie Wearers, Bow Tie Wearers in The Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries, Entertainers and Media Personalities
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“Men who think deeply appear to be comedians in their dealings with others because they always have to feign superficiality in order to be understood.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)