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Born in New York City, New York, USA
Died in New York, New York, USA  (pneumonia)
Birth NameMichael Stuart Rubin

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Won four Tony Awards: two in 1961 for "Bye, Bye Birdie" as Best Author (Musical) and for the book as part of the Best Musical winner; and in 1964 for "Hello, Dolly!," as Best Author (Musical) and for the book as part of the Best Musical winner. He was also nominated on eight other occasions: in 1962, with Helen Deutsch, as Best Author (Musical) and for the book as part of a Best Musical nomination for "Carnival;" in 1975, as Best Book (Musical) for "Mack and Mabel;" in 1977, as Best Book (Musical) and Best Score (lyrics) with Cy Coleman's music for "I Love My Wife;" in 1980, as Best Score (lyrics) with Cy Coleman's music, for "Barnum;" in 1981, as Best Book (Musical) with Mark Bramble for a revival of "42nd Street;" and in 1985, as Best Book (Musical) for "Harrigan 'n' Hart."
Unmarried.

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