Tommy Rall

 

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Thomas Edward "Tommy" Rall is an American ballet dancer, tap dancer and acrobatic dancer who was a prominent featured player in 1950s musical comedies. He later became a successful operatic tenor in the 1960s, making appearances with the Opera Company of Boston, the New York City Opera, and the American National Opera Company

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Tommy Rall

Born 1929-12-27 (94 years ago) in Kansas City.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical Performance (Juno) 9th Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards 1959 Juno
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical Performance (Juno) 9th Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards 1959 Juno
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Karel Shimoff(Gifta: 1967-02-15–) 1967-02-15 Gifta
Monte Amundsen(Gifta) Gifta

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Thomas Edward "Tommy" Rall is an American ballet dancer, tap dancer and acrobatic dancer who was a prominent featured player in 1950s musical comedies. He later became a successful operatic tenor in the 1960s, making appearances with the Opera Company of Boston, the New York City Opera, and the American National Opera Company.

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