Buddy Bregman Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died in Los Angeles, California, USA  (Alzheimer's Disease)

Mini Bio (1)

An internationally recognized producer, director, writer, composer, conductor, arranger and musical director. Since the 1950s, Bregman has worked with many of the biggest names in the business. After high school, Bregman attended the University of California. During his sophomore year, he arranged and conducted Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller's hit record "Bazoom (I Need Your Lovin')" for the Cheers. In 1955 he was appointed orchestra leader for the Gary Crosby Show on CBS radio. At age 19 he was a producer, and went on to arrange and conduct music for double-platinum album artists Ella Fitzgerald's Cole Porter and many others. He helped launch "the Verve", and served as the record company's head of A & R. Bregman later produced and directed television and film in Europe, for both the BBC, producing 28 shows within the first two years, and the London Weekend ITV, where he served as Head of Entertainment. Bregman passed away on the 8th of January after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Michael L. Ballard

Spouse (1)

Suzanne Lloyd (3 July 1961 - 11 November 1988) (divorced) (1 child)

Trivia (2)

Father of actress Tracey E. Bregman
Grandfather of Austin Recht

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