For someone who claims that he doesn't get any respect, Rodney Dangerfield (born: Jacob Cohen) is one of the most respected entertainers. His résumé as an actor includes appearances in comedy flicks, including Caddyshack in 1980, Easy Money, which he co-wrote, in 1983, Back To School in 1986, and Ladybugs in 1992, and dramatic films, including Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers in 1994. He provided the voice of Mr. Burns' son on the Simpsons and provided the voice, wrote the screenplay, composed the songs, and served as executive producer of the animated film Rover Dangerfield. Additional films in which he appeared include The Projectionist in 1970 and Benny And Barney: Las Vegas Undercover in 1976. He appeared regularly on the television variety program, the Dean Martin Show, from 1972 to 1973. The recipient of a Lifetime Achievement award at the 1994 American Comedy Award ceremonies, Dangerfield was listed 36th in a list of the top 50 funniest people compiled by Entertainment Weekly.