Ira Gershwin Songwriter

He was born on December 06, 1896 (died on August 17, 1983, he was 86 years old) in New York City as Israel Gershowitz. His nickname was Arthur Francis, Israel Gershvin.

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Ira Gershwin was an American lyricist who collaborated with his younger brother composer George Gershwin to create some of the most memorable songs of the 20th century. With George he wrote more than a dozen Broadway shows featuring songs such as I Got Rhythm Embraceable You The Man I Love and Someone to Watch Over Me.
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Is Ira Gershwin still alive?

No, he died on 08/17/1983, 38 years ago. He was 86 years old when he died. He died in Beverly Hills and buried in Westchester Hills Cemetery .

What was Ira's zodiac sign?

Ira Gershwin zodiac sign was sagittarius.

When is Ira Gershwin's next birthday?

Ira Gershwin was born on the , which was a Sunday

Siblings

Ira Gershwin had 3 siblings. George (1 year younger) , Frances (10 years younger) , and Arthur (3 years younger)

Works

His first feature film was Kiss Me, Stupid (1964). He was 68 when he starred in this movie. Since 1964, he has appeared in 8 feature films. The last one is Lady in the Dark (1954). .

Ira Gershwin movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

When his last album Classic And Jazz released, he was 123 years old. This album 'Classic And Jazz' contains 19 tracks

His first album Michael Tilson Thomas Conducts Gershwin released 45 years ago, he was 79 years old. There were 90 songs in this album.

Awards (4)

Awarded star on Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1998 , awarded Grammy Trustees Award in 1985 , awarded Pulitzer Prize for Drama , awarded Congressional Gold Medal ,

Education

He graduated from City College Of New York

His real name:
Birth name of Ira Gershwin is Israel Gershowitz
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Actress

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Lindsay Lohan

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Other facts about Ira Gershwin

Ira Gershwin Movies (8)

Ira Gershwin Albums (207)

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