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Rudy Vallee

Rudy ValleeAKA Hubert Prior Vallée

Born: 28-Jul-1901
Birthplace: Island Pond, VT
Died: 3-Jul-1986
Location of death: North Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified
Remains: Buried, St. Hyacinth's Cemetery, Westbrook, ME

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor, Singer

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Singer, actor, bandleader

Military service: US Navy (1917); US Coast Guard (bandleader, WWII)

Father: (pharmacist)
Mother: (Irish)
Sister: Kathleen Marie
Brother: William
Wife: Leonie Cauchois McCoy (m. 11-May-1928, annulled Aug-1928)
Wife: Fay Webb (m. 1930, div. 1936)
Wife: Jane Greer (actress, m. 2-Dec-1943, div. 27-Jul-1944)
Wife: Eleanor Vallee (m. 3-Sep-1949)

    University: University of Maine (1921-22)
    University: Yale University (1927)

    Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
    French-Canadian Ancestry Paternal side
    Irish Ancestry Maternal side
    Risk Factors: Smoking, Appendicitis

    Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (26-May-1976)
    The Phynx (6-May-1970) · Himself
    The Night They Raided Minsky's (22-Dec-1968) [VOICE]
    Live a Little, Love a Little (23-Oct-1968) · Penlow
    How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (9-Mar-1967) · J. B. Biggley
    The Helen Morgan Story (2-Oct-1957) · Himself
    Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (29-Oct-1955) · Himself
    Ricochet Romance (1-Nov-1954)
    The Admiral Was a Lady (4-Aug-1950)
    Father Was a Fullback (30-Sep-1949)
    The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (27-May-1949) · Charles Hingleman
    Mother Is a Freshman (12-Mar-1949)
    My Dear Secretary (12-Jan-1949) · Charles Harris
    Unfaithfully Yours (6-Dec-1948) · August Henshler
    So This Is New York (Jun-1948) · Herbert Daley
    I Remember Mama (9-Mar-1948) · Dr. Johnson
    The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (24-Jul-1947) · Tommy
    Mad Wednesday (18-Feb-1947) · Lynn Sargent
    Man Alive (16-Nov-1945)
    It's in the Bag (21-Apr-1945) · Himself
    Happy Go Lucky (4-Jan-1943) · Alfred Monroe
    The Palm Beach Story (2-Nov-1942) · J. D. Hackensacker III
    Time Out for Rhythm (5-Jun-1941)
    Second Fiddle (30-Jun-1939) · Roger Maxwell
    Gold Diggers in Paris (1-Jun-1938) · Terry Moore
    Sweet Music (20-Feb-1935) · Skip Houston
    George White's Scandals (16-Mar-1934)
    International House (27-May-1933) · Himself
    Glorifying the American Girl (7-Dec-1929) · Himself
    The Vagabond Lover (24-Nov-1929) · Rudy Bronson

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Author of books:
My Time Is Your Time: The Story of Rudy Vallee (1962, biography)
Let The Chips Fall (1975)

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