James Rado

 

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James Rado is an American actor, writer and composer, best known as the co-author, along with Gerome Ragni, of 1967's groundbreaking American tribal love-rock musical Hair. He and Ragni were nominated for the 1969 Tony Award for best musical, and they won for best musical at the Grammy Awards in 1969

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James Rado

Born 1932-01-23 (90 years ago) in Venice.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
Grammy Hall of Fame Award (Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical) 48th Annual Grammy Awards 2005 Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical
Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album (Hair) 11th Annual Grammy Awards 1968 Hair
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Tony Award for Best Musical (Hair) 23rd Tony Awards 1969 Hair
Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album (Hair) 11th Annual Grammy Awards 1968 Hair
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Theodore Omski

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James Rado is an American actor, writer and composer, best known as the co-author, along with Gerome Ragni, of 1967's groundbreaking American tribal love-rock musical Hair. He and Ragni were nominated for the 1969 Tony Award for best musical, and they won for best musical at the Grammy Awards in 1969.

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