|Born||in New York City, New York, USA|
|Died||in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, USA (respiratory arrest caused by anoxic brain encephalopathy and hypertension)|
|Birth Name||Marvin Frederick Hamlisch|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
Musical talent ran in Marvin Hamlisch's family - his father was an accordionist, and at seven Hamlisch was the youngest student ever accepted by Manhattan's Julliard School of Music. Hamlich furthered his education by taking night classes at Queens College and working during the day as a rehearsal pianist for Broadway shows. He eventually began composing songs for stage productions. In 1968 he met film producer Sam Spiegel, resulting in his first film score for The Swimmer (1968) (he had previously written some songs for a low-budget teen epic, Ski Party (1965), but did not do the score for it). Hamlisch became well versed in the very specialized field of film scoring. In addition to scoring films, he ventured into film production as co-producer of The Entertainer (1975). In 1976 he won a Tony award for his scoring of the Broadway show, A Chorus Line (1985).
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Composer, songwriter ("Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows"), and conductor, educated at the Professional Children's School, Juilliard, and Queens College. He was the musical director for Equity Library Theatre productions, and wrote songs for Liza Minnelli and for Julius Monk's 'Upstairs at the Downstairs' revues. Joining ASCAP in 1959, his chief musical collaborator was Howard Liebling, and his many other popular-song compositions include "Little Rosy Red", "The Travelin' Life", and "Blues for Koto and Trumpet".
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|Terre Blair||(29 May 1989 - 7 August 2012) (his death)|