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Kenny Rankin (1940–2009)

Kenny Rankin was born on February 10, 1940 in New York City, New York, USA. He is known for his work on A Change of Seasons (1980), Taking It Home (1986) and The All-Time American Songbook (1982). He was married to Yvonne Rodriguez-Calderone. He died on June 7, 2009 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1996 Muppets Tonight (TV Series) (production accountant - 11 episodes)
- Paula Abdul (1996) ... (production accountant)
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 1996 The Secret Life of Alex Mack (TV Series) (payroll coordinator - 1 episode)
- Chemistry (1996) ... (payroll coordinator)
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Above all, I'm a jazz singer who likes to mess with the melody. I sing the songs that touch me in the heart, the songs I would like to sing to someone in front of a roaring fire...But don't get me wrong. We don't live in a fantasy world, though we all have one. (from an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in 1997)


Boasted a more than 50-year career in music, beginning back in the 1950s while he was on Decca Records. See more »

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