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Gogi Grant (1924–2016)

Gogi Grant was born on September 20, 1924 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Myrtle Audrey Arinsberg. She was married to Robert Gore Rifkind and Sherman Yettra. She died on March 10, 2016 in California, USA. See full bio »

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(age 91) in California, USA

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Known For

The Right Stuff
The Right Stuff Soundtrack
(1983)
The Tennessee Plowboy
(1956)
The Helen Morgan Story
The Helen Morgan Story Helen Morgan (singing voice)
(1957)

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 2004 Magic Moments: The Best of 50's Pop (TV Movie documentary) (performer: "The Wayward Wind")
 2000 Milk Punch (performer: "The Wayward Wind")
 1983 The Right Stuff (performer: "The Wayward Wind")
 1962 The 34th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) (performer: "Pocketful of Miracles")
 1960 The 32nd Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) (performer: "Strange Are the Ways of Love")
 1960 Startime (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Academy Award Songs (1960) ... (performer: "Strange Are the Ways of Love" - uncredited)
 1957 The Helen Morgan Story (performer: "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man", "Bill", "Why Was I Born?", "Silent Night, Holy Night" (uncredited), "If You Were the Only Girl in the World" (uncredited), "Avalon" (uncredited), "The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else)" (uncredited), "Love Nest" (uncredited), "Do, Do, Do" (uncredited), "Breezin' Along with the Breeze" (uncredited), "The Man I Love" (uncredited), "On the Sunny Side of the Street" (uncredited), "Someone to Watch Over Me" (uncredited), "Deep Night" (uncredited), "April in Paris" (uncredited), "Somebody Loves Me" (uncredited), "You Do Something to Me" (uncredited))
 1957 Golden Ladder (Short) (performer: "The Wayward Wind")
 1957 The 29th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special documentary) (performer: "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Qué será, será)")
 1956 The Mills Brothers on Parade (Short) (performer: "Who Are We?")
 1956 The Tennessee Plowboy (Short) (performer: "Suddenly There's a Valley")
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Other Works:

Album: "Shout!" (Liberty Records). See more »

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Alternate Names:

Audrey Brown | Audrey Grant
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Is a jazz/pop singer with a string of hits in the 1950s, including "Suddenly There's A Valley" (1955), "The Wayward Wind" (Grant's first #1, which was also covered by Tex Ritter, and Jimmy Young), "When The Tide Is High", "Who Are We", and "You're In Love" (all in 1956), and "Strange Are the Ways of Love" (1958). See more »

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