Larry Fine


October 5, 1902 – January 24, 1975

Louis Feinberg – known to the world as Larry Fine – was a vaudeville and film entertainer who was a member of the classic comedy team, The Three Stooges. Larry was asked by creator Ted Healy to join brothers Moe and Shemp Howard1 in their stage act. He said ‘yes’ and the rest was history.

Away from the Stooges, Larry was a carefree spirit, the life of any party…and a rotten business man. A gambling addiction and purposely living in hotels didn’t help financial matters much.  Fine continued to work as a Stooge in many iterations for most of his life. Health issues confined him to a wheelchair the last several years and he died at the age of 72.


Forest Lawn Memorial Park – Glendale, CA

Specific Location

Freedom Mausoleum, Sanctuary of Liberation; Lower level of the mausoleum, turn right into the main, north/south hallway and the Sanctuary of Liberation will be the second hall on your right, Larry is buried on the left side of this hall on the bottom row.


1 – Shemp soon went solo and was replaced by younger brother, Curly – finalizing the classic line-up.


One Response to “Larry Fine”

  1. You are so funny and Cute with short hair do you remember u said next time
    Knock and dont come in I was laughing at you very cute!!

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