Milan Kymlicka TV and film score composer

Milan Kymlicka is a 72 years old TV and film score composer from Louny, Ústecký kraj. Milan Kymlicka was born on May 15, 1936 (died on October 09, 2008, he was 72 years old) in Louny, Ústecký kraj.

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Biography

Milan Kymlicka was a Canadian arranger composer and conductor of Czechoslovakian birth. He became a naturalized Canadian citizen in 1974. He was best known for his composition of film and television scores including those for the animated television series Rupert and Babar and the live-action television series Lassie and Little Men.
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Is Milan Kymlicka still alive?

No, he died on 10/09/2008, 13 years ago. He was 72 years old when he died. He died in Toronto

Works

Milan Kymlicka Albums (2)

There are 2 albums of Milan Kymlicka.

His last album Czech Miniature Masterpieces released 1 decade 1 year ago. When Czech Miniature Masterpieces released, he was 74 years old. This album contains 23 tracks

His first album Tchaikovsky, P.I.: Seasons (The) / Chopin, F.: Ballade No. 3 / Kymlicka, M.: 4 Valses released 34 years ago, he was 51 years old when this album released. There were 17 songs in this album.

Czech Miniature Masterpieces
Czech Miniature Masterpieces
Tchaikovsky, P.I.: Seasons (The) / Chopin, F.: Ballade No. 3 / Kymlicka, M.: 4 Valses
Tchaikovsky, P.I.: Seasons (The) / Chopin, F.: Ballade No. 3 / Kymlicka, M.: 4 Valses

Milan Kymlicka Movies (20)

There are 20 movies of Milan Kymlicka.

His first feature film was The Amityville Curse (1990). He was 53 when he starred in this movie. Since 1990, he has appeared in 20 feature films. The last one is Matusalem II: le dernier des Beauchesne (1997). .

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Milan Kymlicka movie characters

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

Education

He graduated from Prague Conservatory and Academy Of Performing Arts

What was Milan's zodiac sign?

Milan Kymlicka zodiac sign was taurus.

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