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Alan O'Day (1940–2013)

Alan O'Day was born on October 3, 1940 in Hollywood, California, USA as Alan Earl O'Day. He is known for his work on Muppet Babies (1984), Super 8 (2011) and Charlie's Angels (2000). He was married to Yuka. He died on May 17, 2013 in Westwood, California. See full bio »

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 1984-1991 Muppet Babies (TV Series) (special musical material - 107 episodes)
- Eight Flags Over the Nursery (1991) ... (special musical material)
- Hats, Hats, Hats (1991) ... (special musical material)
- Happy Birthday Uncle Piggy (1991) ... (special musical material)
- Nice to Have Gnome You (1991) ... (special musical material)
- Remote Control Cornballs (1991) ... (special musical material)
 1989 ABC Weekend Specials (TV Series) (special musical material - 1 episode)
- The Monster Bed (1989) ... (special musical material)
 1962 Wild Guitar (musical director)
 1962 Eegah (composer: Eegah theme - uncredited) / (music editor - uncredited)
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Songwriter. Wrote "Angie Baby" for Helen Reddy, and "Rock and Roll Heaven" for the Righteous Brothers, among others.
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He wrote and sang, "Undercover Angel," which hit #1 in the U.S. July 9, 1977.

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