George Wallace (born July 21, 1952) is an American comedian and actor.
Wallace was born in Atlanta, Georgia to Mary Lou and George Wallace, Sr. He grew up in a loving, religious family. He was educated at Lynwood Park Elementary School and Lynwood Park High School. Since his early teenage years, Wallace dreamed of becoming a comedian. Wallace's mother died when he was sixteen, prompting him to move to Ohio where he found a job with Firestone Tire. As part of the company's tuition reimbursement program, George enrolled in the University of Akron, where he studied transportation, marketing and advertising. Upon graduation, Wallace moved to New York City in pursuit of his childhood dream. At first, success in comedy proved elusive and Wallace worked as a salesman for an advertising agency to pay the bills.
Wallace's break came when one of his clients opened a comedy club. The club owner was amused by Wallace's natural humor and friendly demeanor and offered him the chance to perform...
Things are Tough All Over (1982) is the fourth Cheech and Chong movie. Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong are featured as the two hippies, and additionally as Arab businessmen Mr. Slyman and Prince Habib. The film grossed $21,134,374 at the box office, and is available on DVD, with widescreen and fullscreen versions of the film on the same disc.
Cheech and Chong are a pair of struggling musicians working at a car wash owned by a pair of Arabs (also played by Cheech and Chong). The Arabs find themselves with a large sum of money, which they stash in the seats of a limousine. They hire the stoners to drive the limousine to Las Vegas, but along the way, Cheech and Chong find themselves strapped for cash, so they start selling pieces of the car. When the Arabs find out that Cheech and Chong have delivered what remains of the car without any money in it, they go after the duo to try and kill them, and find them inside a porno theater showing a "hidden camera" film of the stoners having sex with... http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084788