Oscar Levant American comedian composer pianist and actor
Oscar Levant is a 65 years old American comedian composer pianist and actor from . Oscar Levant was born on December 27, 1906 (died on August 14, 1972, he was 65 years old) in .
Oscar Levant was an American pianist composer author comedian and actor. He was as famous for his mordant character and witticisms on the radio and in movies and television as for his music.
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No, he died on 08/14/1972, 50 years ago. He was 65 years old when he died. He died in Beverly Hills California
June Gale, Actress
After 2 years, 5 hours, in 1972 June passed away.
Oscar Levant Movies (22)
There are 22 movies of Oscar Levant.
His first feature film was An American in Paris (1951, as Adam Cook). He was 44 when he starred in this movie. Since 1951, he has appeared in 22 feature films. The last one is You Were Meant for Me (1948). In this movie, we watched him in the Oscar Hoffman character .Oscar Levant movies.
Oscar Levant movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:
|Adam Cook||An American in Paris (1951)||44|
|Lester Marton||The Band Wagon (1953)||46|
|That's Entertainment, Part II (1976)||69|
|Original Music Composer||Nothing Sacred (1937)||30|
|The Ransom of Red Chief: William Smith||O. Henry's Full House (1952)||45|
|Ezra Millar||The Barkleys of Broadway (1949)||42|
|Mr. Capp||The Cobweb (1955)||48|
|Sid Jeffers||Humoresque (1947)||40|
|Himself||Rhapsody in Blue (1945)||38|
|Oscar Farrar||Romance on the High Seas (1948)||41|
|Original Music Composer||Made for Each Other (1939)||32|
|That's Entertainment! III (1994)||87|
|Himself||Jack Paar: Smart Television (2003)||96|
|Dick Rayburn||Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941)||34|
|Original Music Composer||Let's Try Again (1934)||27|
|Billy Starbuck||Rhythm on the River (1940)||33|
|Charles Bennett||The I Don't Care Girl (1953)||46|
|Himself - Resident Panel Expert||Information Please: Series 1, No. 10 (1940)||33|
|Jerry Evans||The Dance of Life (1929)||22|
|Himself - Panelist||Information Please: Series 1, No. 1 (1939)||32|
|Ann Pennington's Piano Accompanist||Night Parade (1929)||22|
|Oscar Hoffman||You Were Meant for Me (1948)||41|
Oscar Levant zodiac sign was capricorn.
Other facts about Oscar Levant
|Place of death||Beverly Hills California|