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Bing Crosby

Bing CrosbyAKA Harry Lillis Crosby

Born: 3-May-1903
Birthplace: Tacoma, WA [1]
Died: 14-Oct-1977
Location of death: Madrid, Spain
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: White Christmas

[1] 1112 North J Street, Tacoma, WA.

Father: Harry Lowe Crosby (b. 1871, d. 1950)
Mother: Catherine Harrigan ("Kate", b. 1873, d. 1964)
Brother: Larry (b. 1895, d. 1975)
Brother: Everett (b. 1896, d. 1966)
Brother: Ted (b. 1900, d. 1973)
Sister: Catherine (b. 1905, d. 1988)
Sister: Mary Rose (b. 1907, d. 1990)
Bob Crosby (big band leader, b. 1913, d. 1993)
Wife: Dixie Lee (m. 29-Sep-1930, d. 1952 cancer, four sons)
Son: Gary Crosby (b. 1933, d. 1995)
Son: Philip Crosby (b. 1934, d. 2004)
Son: Dennis Crosby (b. 1934, d. 1991 suicide with shotgun)
Son: Lindsay Crosby (b. 1938, d. 1989 suicide with shotgun)
Mistress: Grace Kelly (actress/princess)
Wife: Kathryn Crosby (actress, m. 24-Oct-1957, until his death, two sons, one daughter)
Son: Harry Crosby (b. 8-Aug-1958)
Daughter: Mary Crosby (actress, b. 14-Sep-1959)
Son: Nathaniel Crosby (b. 29-Oct-1961)

    University: Gonzaga University

    Ducks Unlimited
    Friars Club
    Del Mar Thoroughbred Club Co-Founder (1937-)
    Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame
    Oscar for Best Actor 1945 for Going My Way
    Grammy Lifetime Achievement
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1615 Vine St.
    Kentucky Colonel
    World Golf Hall of Fame 1978
    Radio Hall of Fame
    Endorsement of Liggett Group Chesterfield cigarettes
    Endorsement of General Electric 1953
    Driving While Intoxicated
    Lung Removal Burlingame, CA (Jan-1974)
    English Ancestry Paternal
    Irish Ancestry Maternal
    Risk Factors: Alcoholism, Marijuana, Acrophobia, Color Blindness

    Pittsburgh Pirates Co-Owner

    That's Entertainment! (23-May-1974) · Himself
    Dr. Cook's Garden (19-Jan-1971)
    Stagecoach (22-Apr-1966)
    Robin and the 7 Hoods (24-Jun-1964) · Allen A. Dale
    The Road to Hong Kong (27-Apr-1962) · Harry Turner
    Pepe (21-Dec-1960) · Himself
    High Time (16-Sep-1960)
    Say One for Me (19-Jun-1959)
    The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1958) · Narrator [VOICE]
    Man on Fire (22-Aug-1957) · Earl Carleton
    High Society (17-Jul-1956) · C. K. Dexter-Haven
    Anything Goes (Apr-1956)
    The Country Girl (15-Dec-1954) · Frank Elgin
    White Christmas (14-Oct-1954) · Bob Wallace
    Little Boy Lost (21-Sep-1953)
    Road to Bali (19-Nov-1952) · George Cochran
    Just for You (Sep-1952)
    Here Comes the Groom (20-Sep-1951) · Pete
    You Can Change the World (1951) · Himself
    Mr. Music (8-Dec-1950)
    Riding High (12-Apr-1950)
    The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (5-Oct-1949) [VOICE]
    Top o' the Morning (31-Aug-1949) · Joe Mulqueen
    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (7-Apr-1949) · Hank Martin
    The Emperor Waltz (30-Apr-1948) · Virgil Smith
    Road to Rio (25-Dec-1947) · Scat Sweeney
    Variety Girl (29-Aug-1947) · Himself
    Welcome Stranger (13-Jun-1947)
    Blue Skies (16-Oct-1946) · Johnny Adams
    Road to Utopia (27-Feb-1946) · Duke Johnson
    The Bells of St. Mary's (7-Dec-1945) · Fr. Chuck O'Malley
    Duffy's Tavern (28-Sep-1945) · Himself
    Here Come the Waves (18-Dec-1944) · Johnny Cabot
    Going My Way (3-May-1944) · Fr. Chuck O'Malley
    Dixie (23-Jun-1943)
    Star Spangled Rhythm (18-Dec-1942) · Himself
    Road to Morocco (5-Oct-1942) · Jeff Peters
    Holiday Inn (4-Aug-1942)
    Birth of the Blues (31-Oct-1941)
    Road to Zanzibar (11-Apr-1941) · Chuck Reardon
    Rhythm on the River (28-Aug-1940)
    If I Had My Way (5-May-1940)
    Road to Singapore (14-Mar-1940) · Joshua Mallon
    The Star Maker (25-Aug-1939)
    East Side of Heaven (7-Apr-1939)
    Paris Honeymoon (25-Jan-1939)
    Sing You Sinners (17-Aug-1938)
    Dr. Rhythm (6-May-1938)
    Double or Nothing (1-Sep-1937)
    Waikiki Wedding (23-Mar-1937)
    Pennies From Heaven (25-Nov-1936) · Larry Poole
    Rhythm on the Range (1-Jul-1936)
    Anything Goes (24-Jan-1936)
    The Big Broadcast of 1936 (20-Sep-1935) · Himself
    Mississippi (22-Mar-1935) · Tom Grayson
    She Loves Me Not (31-Aug-1934)
    We're Not Dressing (26-Apr-1934) · Stephen Jones
    Going Hollywood (22-Dec-1933)
    College Humor (5-Jul-1933)
    The Big Broadcast (14-Oct-1932)
    Reaching for the Moon (29-Dec-1930) · Singer
    King of Jazz (20-Apr-1930) · Himself

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