Irving Berlin

 

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Irving Berlin var en manusförfattare, skådespelare och filmarbetare. Han föddes i Mogilev, Belarus, Rysslandn Empire den 11 maj 1888. Irving Berlin dog 29 september 1989, han blev 101 år. Han är känd för bland annat Holiday Inn (1942), She Freak (1967) och This Is the Army (1943).

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Irving Berlin

Född 1888-05-11 (131 år sedan) i Mogilev, Belarus, Rysslandn Empire. Död 1989-09-29 (101 år).

Utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Prisad för
Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Musical (Top Hat) 2013 Laurence Olivier Awards 2013 Top Hat
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Broadway Musical (Jerome Robbins' Broadway) 39th Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards 1989 Jerome Robbins' Broadway
Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical (Jerome Robbins' Broadway) 34th Drama Desk Awards 1989 Jerome Robbins' Broadway
Tony Award- Lawrence Langer Special Award 32nd Tony Awards 1978
American Music Award of Merit American Music Awards of 1976 1976
Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award 10th Annual Grammy Awards 1967
Special Tony Award 17th Tony Awards 1963
Tony Award for Best Original Score (Call Me Madam) 5th Tony Awards 1951 Call Me Madam
Academy Award for Best Original Song (White Christmas) 15th Academy Awards 1942 White Christmas
Nominerad för utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Nominerad för
Academy Award for Best Original Song (Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep)) 27th Academy Awards 1954 Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep)
Tony Award for Best Original Score (Call Me Madam) 5th Tony Awards 1951 Call Me Madam
Academy Award for Best Original Song (You Keep Coming Back Like a Song) 19th Academy Awards 1946 You Keep Coming Back Like a Song
Academy Award for Best Original Song (White Christmas) 15th Academy Awards 1942 White Christmas
Academy Award for Best Story (Holiday Inn) 15th Academy Awards 1942 Holiday Inn
Academy Award for Best Original Song (I Poured My Heart Into a Song) 12th Academy Awards 1939 I Poured My Heart Into a Song
Academy Award for Best Story (Alexander's Ragtime Band) 11th Academy Awards 1938 Alexander's Ragtime Band
Academy Award for Best Original Song (Now It Can Be Told) 11th Academy Awards 1938 Now It Can Be Told
Academy Award for Best Original Song (Change Partners and Dance with Me) 11th Academy Awards 1938 Change Partners and Dance with Me
Academy Award for Best Original Song (Cheek to Cheek) 8th Academy Awards 1935 Cheek to Cheek
Förhållanden
Namn Från Till Typ av förhållade
Ellin Mackay(Gifta: 1926-01-04–1988-07-29) 1926-01-04 1988-07-29 Gifta
Dorothy Goetz(Gifta: 1912-02–1912-07-17) 1912-02 1912-07-17 Gifta
Barn

Mary Ellin Barrett, Linda Louise Emmet, Elizabeth Irving Peters, Irving Baline

Föräldrar

Moses Baline, Lena Lipkin Baline

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Irving Berlin was born Israel Isidor Baline on May 11, 1888 in Mogilev, Belarus, Russian Empire. Towering composer, songwriter, ("God Bless America", "Always", "Blue Skies", "White Christmas") author and publisher, he came to the United States at age 5 and was educated in New York's public schools. His earliest musical education was from his father, a cantor. He earned Honorary degrees from Bucknell University and Temple University. Beginning his career as a song-plugger for publisher Harry von Tilzer, Berlin worked as a singing waiter in Chinatown. In 1909, he was hired as a staff lyricist by the Ted Snyder Company, and became a partner to that firm four years later.

In 1910, he began doing vaudeville appearances in the United States and abroad, and also appeared with Snyder in the Broadway musical "Up and Down Broadway", that ran for 72 performances. He joined ASCAP as a charter member in 1914, and served on its first board of directors between 1914-1918. Berlin enlisted the United States Army infantry in World War I, and was a sergeant at Camp Upton, New York. After the war, he established his own public-relations firm, and in 1921, he built the 1025-seat Music Box Theatre (at 239 W. 45th Street, New York) with Sam H. Harris. After Harris' death in 1941, Berlin assumed full ownership and the theatre remains a Broadway institution to this day.

Among his many awards was the Medal for Merit for his 1942 all-soldier show "This Is the Army", which toured the United States, Europe and South Pacific battle zones; all proceeds were assigned to Army Emergency Relief and other service agencies. Berlin was also a member of the French Legion of Honor and held the Congressional Medal of Honor for "God Bless America", the proceeds from which went to the God Bless America Fund. His songs were sung by Fred Astaire, Al Jolson, Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, Dick Powell, Alice Faye and many others. Irving Berlin died at the age of 101 of natural causes on September 22, 1989 in New York City.

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