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Jan Peerce (1904–1984)

Jan Peerce was born on June 3, 1904 in New York City, New York, USA as Jacob Pincus Perlemuth. He was an actor, known for Hymn of the Nations (1944), Keep 'Em Rolling (1942) and On Your Radio Dial (1935). He was married to Alice Kalmanowitz. He died on December 15, 1984 in New York City. See full bio »

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 1969 Goodbye, Columbus
Uncle Manny
 1953 Opera vs. Jazz (TV Series)
Regular
 1953 Tonight We Sing
Gregory Lawrence (singing voice)
 1947 Something in the Wind
Tony
 1947 Carnegie Hall
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 1939 Gals and Gallons (Short)
Jan Peerce
 1938 Latin Rhythm No. 6 (Short)
Singer
 1938 Carnival Show (Short)
Opera singing hot dog vendor
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Guested on the daytime news program "Midday". See more »

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Made a triumphant Metropolitan Opera debut on a broadcast performance of November 29, 1941, singing "Alfredo" in Giuseppe Verdi's "La Traviata". Although he shone in a cast that also included Jarmila Novotna and Lawrence Tibbett, it was decided not to tell the already nervous young man that the scheduled conductor, Gennaro Papi, had died suddenly, earlier that day. He found out when he saw Hector... See more »

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Pinkie

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