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Laurence Lemarr Brasfield (March 1, 1898–September 9, 1966) and Neva Inez Fisher Brasfield (March 14, 1889–March 19, 1980), better known as Uncle Cyp and Aunt Sap, were an American country comedy duo with acting careers beginning in the late 1910s that spanned vaudeville to network television. Laurence played on Broadway, and the married couple had leading roles in hundreds of dramatic and comedic performances on Southern and Midwestern tent repertory show circuits before joining ABC-TV's Ozark Jubilee from 1955–1960.
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