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Freddie Stewart (I) (1925–2000)


A promising post-war musical entertainer from the bandstand as well as in late 40s films, singer Freddie Stewart is a name that slips by most. Born Morris Joseph Lazar on March 25, 1921, in New York City, his father was a cantor. Freddie was forced to drop out of school while relatively young and work as a clerk to help support his family. His ... See full bio »

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Known For

Campus Sleuth
Campus Sleuth Freddie Trimball
(1948)
Smart Politics
Smart Politics Freddie Trimball
(1948)
Sarge Goes to College
Sarge Goes to College Freddie Trimball
(1947)
Vacation Days
Vacation Days Freddie Trimball
(1947)

Filmography

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 1948 Campus Sleuth (performer: "Baby, You Can Count on Me", "What Happened?", "Neither Could I") / (writer: "Baby, You Can Count on Me")
 1948 Smart Politics (performer: "The Young Man With A Beat") / (writer: "Kitchen Blues", "The Young Man With A Beat")
 1947 Sarge Goes to College (performer: "Two Are The Same As One", "I'll Close My Eyes", "When We're Alone (Penthouse Serenade)")
 1947 Vacation Days (performer: "Once In a While")
 1946 Freddie Steps Out (performer: "Patience and Fortitude" - uncredited)
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Personal Details

Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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Trivia:

Chose his stage name in honor of actors Freddie Bartholomew and James Stewart. See more »

Star Sign:

Aries

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