Robert “Woody” Woodbury is an American comedian, actor, television personality and talk show host. He is perhaps best known for his best-selling comedy albums of risqué stories, most of which were released in the early 1960s. Woodbury was among the first standup comedians to receive a gold record.
Woodbury was a US Marine Corps fighter pilot in World War II and Korea.
Appearing at a night club in Florida, Woodbury met Fletcher Smith who recorded Woody's material and through his connections in Hollywood led Woodbury to appear in a few films.