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Freddy Martin (1906–1983)

Freddy Martin was born on December 9, 1906 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA as Frederick Alfred Martin. He was an actor, known for Freddie Martin and His Orchestra (1941), Freddie Martin & His Orchestra (1935) and The Freddy Martin Show (1951). He was married to E. Lillian Reardon. He died on September 30, 1983 in Newport Beach, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1960 General Electric Theater (TV Series)
 1958 Senior Prom
Freddy Martin (as Freddie Martin and His Orchestra)
 1948 Melody Time
Freddy Martin - Pianist
 1943 What's Buzzin', Cousin?
Orchestra Leader
 1943 Stage Door Canteen
Conductor of the Freddy Martin Orchestra
 1943 Hit Parade of 1943
Conductor of the Freddy Martin Orchestra
 1942 Seven Days' Leave
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Freddie Martin | Freddie Martin and His Orchestra
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Born in Ohio and raised largely in an orphanage and with various relatives, saxophonist and band leader Freddy Martin first gained national attention in 1940 and continued on through the 1970s leading one of the most popular "sweet" (non-swing) bands of the Big Band Era. Best known for his hit songs adapted from classical themes, his many hits on RCA Victor and Capitol records included "Cumana," ... See more »

Trademark:

Theme song: "Tonight We Love" (Adapted by Martin and Ray Austin from Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto) See more »

Nickname:

The Concerto King See more »

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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