Soupy Sales born Milton Supman on January 28, 1926 died Thursday October 22, 2009 at Calvary Hospital in The Bronx. He is survived by his wife of 29 years Trudy Carson Sales, sons Tony and Hunt, a brother and four grandchilren
In September of 1964, Soupy took The Soupy Sales Show to New York, where it soon became the biggest show of its kind in local television. Two years later the show was seen throughout the U.S. as well as in Canada, Australia
and New Zealand. When he recorded his zany dance creation "The Mouse", the record sold over a quarter of a million copies in two weeks in New York alone. In the mid-sixties, Ed Sullivan, Dean Martin, Bob Hope and Carol
Burnett are some of the stars that had Soupy on their prime time shows.