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Ted Heath (I) (1900–1969)

Ted Heath was born on March 30, 1900 in Wandsworth, London, England as Edward Heath. He was married to Moira Heath and Audrey Keymour. He died on November 18, 1969 in Surrey, England. See full bio »

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(age 69) in Surrey, England, UK

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Known For

An Evening with Nat King Cole
An Evening with Nat King Cole Himself - and his Augmented Orchestra
(1963)
It's a Wonderful World
(1956)
Entrapment
Entrapment Soundtrack
(1999)
The Red Shoes
The Red Shoes Soundtrack
(1948)

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 2002 Undertaking Betty (performer: "Begin The Beguine", "Woodchopper's Ball", "In The Mood")
 2001 Midsomer Murders (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Dark Autumn (2001) ... (performer: "The Creep" written by Andy Burton)
 1999 Entrapment (performer: "I Want to Be Happy")
 1956 It's a Wonderful World (music: "When You Came Along", "Girls, Girls, Girls") / (performer: "Hawaiian War Chant" - uncredited)
 1950 Dance Hall (arranger: "POST HORN BOOGIE" - uncredited) / (music: "LOVELY WEEKEND", "SATURDAY NITE DRAG" - uncredited)
 1948 The Red Shoes (performer: "Bougainvillia" (Dance Music))
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Alternate Names:

Ted Heath and His Music | Ted Heath and his Music
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English trombonist (from the age of fourteen) and band leader, who performed in the orchestras of Jack Hylton, Sydney Lipton, Bert Ambrose and Geraldo, before forming his own band on VJ Day in May 1945. Some of the financial backing was derived from the royalties of two songs Heath had co-written with his wife: "That Lovely Weekend" and "I'm Gonna Love That Guy". See more »

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