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МЕРМАН Этель ♀ 1909-1984 США актриса и певица MERMAN Ethel ♀ 1909-1984

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 byname of ETHEL AGNES ZIMMERMAN (b. Jan. 16, 1909, Astoria, N.Y., U.S.--d. Feb. 15, 1984, New York City), American singer, actress, and lead performer in more than a dozen Broadway musicals. After working as a secretary and part-time singer, she began to get professional engagements in 1929. She made her stage debut in the George and Ira Gershwin musical Girl Crazy in 1930 and achieved notable success with her rendition of the song "I Got Rhythm." She became a favoured performer for many of the major songwriters of the period--including Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, and George Gershwin. She made her first appearance in a full-length motion picture in 1934 and starred in her own weekly radio show in 1935. Merman continued to perform on Broadway, scoring her most notable successes in Anything Goes (1934), Red, Hot and Blue (1936), Du Barry Was a Lady (1939), Panama Hattie (1940), Something for the Boys (1943), Annie Get Your Gun (1946), Call Me Madam (1950), and Gypsy (1959). She was most memorable for her strong, clear vocalizations, though she never had voice lessons, and received many awards for her performances over the years, including a 1972 special Tony award in recognition of her lifetime contribution to show business. Her autobiography, Who Could Ask For Anything More?, was published in 1955.
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