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Judith Raskin (I) (1928–1984)

Judith Raskin was born on June 21, 1928 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for NBC Television Opera Theatre (1949), We Won't Grow Old Together (1972) and The Magic Flute (1964). She died on December 21, 1984 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

NBC Television Opera Theatre Ann Louisa Brice / The Bride / Zerlina
(1960-1962)
(1972)
The Magic Flute Daughter Pamina
(1964)
The Bell Telephone Hour Self / Self - Opera Soprano
(1964-1968)

Filmography

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 1964 The Magic Flute (TV Movie)
Daughter Pamina
 1960-1962 NBC Television Opera Theatre (TV Series)
The Bride / Ann Louisa Brice / Zerlina
- Labyrinth (1962) ... The Bride
- Deseret (1961) ... Ann Louisa Brice
- Don Giovanni (1960) ... Zerlina
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 1972 We Won't Grow Old Together ("LA CREATION")
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 1964-1968 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series)
Self / Self - Opera Soprano
- Going to Bethlehem (1968) ... Self
- The Younger Generation (1964) ... Self - Opera Soprano
 1966 New York Illustrated (TV Series documentary)
Self
- The Met Goes to Paris (1966) ... Self
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She was the soprano soloist in choral conductor Robert Shaw's first (1966) complete recording of Handel's "Messiah". It is considered one of the greatest recordings of the work ever made and has been released on both LP and CD. See more »

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