Paul reubens on the dating game
When we see Paul Reubens, now 63, back in the suit and the bow tie, the shiny white shoes, his hair slicked back, we spend the first minute saying "Whaaa?
" and then all the rest wanting to join in, check out his toys, and see what else is going on at the playhouse.
The newest incarnation of Pee-wee hits Netflix tomorrow, and looks to be worth the wait: it's produced by Judd Apatow, written by Reubens and Paul Rust, and co-stars Before checking out the newest Pee-wee offering, let's take a look back at the origins of the character, and revisit some of the bigger milestones on his journey to fame and fortune.
In the 1970s, Reubens joined the Los Angeles-based improvisational comedy team the Groundlings and remained a member for six years, working with Bob Mc Clurg, John Paragon, Susan Barnes and Phil Hartman.In the late 1970s, Chuck Barris was a patron of the arts to starving artists like Paul Reubens, aka Pee-wee Herman.