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Doris Day

Doris DayAKA Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff

Born: 3-Apr-1922 [1]
Birthplace: Cincinnati, OH
Died: 13-May-2019
Location of death: Carmel Valley, CA
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Female
Religion: Christian Science
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor, Singer
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Man Who Knew Too Much

[1] Frequently given as 1924. A birth certificate obtained by the Associated Press from the Ohio Office of Vital Statistics reports that she was born on 3 April 1922 to William and Alma Kappelhoff.

Father: Frederick William von Kappelhoff (pianist, restaurateur)
Mother: Alma Sophia Welz
Brother: Richard (d.)
Brother: Paul (d. 1958 heart failure)
Husband: Al Jorden (trombonist, m. Mar-1941, div. 8-Feb-1943, one son)
Terry Melcher (music producer, b. 8-Feb-1942, d. 19-Nov-2004 melanoma)
Husband: George Weidler (saxophonist, m. 30-Mar-1946, div. 31-May-1949)
Husband: Martin Melcher ("Mary", m. 3-Apr-1951, d. 20-Apr-1968)
Husband: Barry Comden (restaurateur, m. 14-Apr-1976, div. 2-Apr-1982, d. 2009)

    Golden Globe 1989
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6278 Hollywood Blvd (music)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6735 Hollywood Blvd (motion pictures)
    Presidential Medal of Freedom 23-Jun-2004
    Nervous Breakdown
    German Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Aviophobia

    The Doris Day Show Doris Martin (1968-73)

    With Six You Get Eggroll (7-Aug-1968) · Abby McClure
    Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? (19-Jun-1968)
    Caprice (18-Apr-1967)
    The Ballad of Josie (1-Feb-1967) · Josie
    The Glass Bottom Boat (9-Jun-1966) · Jennifer Nelson
    Do Not Disturb (22-Dec-1965) · Janet Harper
    Send Me No Flowers (14-Oct-1964) · Judy
    Move Over, Darling (19-Dec-1963) · Ellen Wagstaff Arden
    The Thrill of It All (17-Jul-1963) · Beverly Boyer
    Billy Rose's Jumbo (6-Dec-1962) · Kitty Wonder
    That Touch of Mink (14-Jun-1962) · Cathy Timberlake
    Lover Come Back (20-Dec-1961) · Carol Templeton
    Midnight Lace (13-Oct-1960) · Kit Preston
    Please Don't Eat the Daisies (31-Mar-1960) · Kate Mackay
    Pillow Talk (6-Oct-1959) · Jan Morrow
    It Happened to Jane (14-Jul-1959) · Jane Osgood
    The Tunnel of Love (21-Nov-1958) · Isolde Poole
    Teacher's Pet (1-Apr-1958)
    The Pajama Game (29-Aug-1957) · Katie Williams
    Julie (17-Oct-1956) · Julie Benton
    The Man Who Knew Too Much (1-Jun-1956)
    Love Me or Leave Me (26-May-1955) · Ruth Etting
    Young at Heart (Dec-1954)
    Lucky Me (9-Apr-1954) · Candy Williams
    Calamity Jane (4-Nov-1953) · Calamity Jane
    By the Light of the Silvery Moon (26-Mar-1953) · Marjorie Winfield
    April in Paris (24-Dec-1952) · Ethel "Dynamite" Jackson
    The Winning Team (20-Jun-1952) · Aimee Alexander
    Starlift (14-Dec-1951) · Herself
    I'll See You in My Dreams (6-Dec-1951) · Grace LeBoy Kahn
    On Moonlight Bay (26-Jul-1951) · Marjorie Winfield
    Lullaby of Broadway (26-Mar-1951) · Melinda Howard
    Storm Warning (3-Mar-1951) · Lucy Rice
    The West Point Story (22-Dec-1950) · Jan Wilson
    Tea for Two (1-Sep-1950) · Nanette Carter
    Young Man with a Horn (9-Feb-1950) · Jo Jordan
    It's a Great Feeling (1-Aug-1949) · Judy Adams
    My Dream is Yours (15-Apr-1949) · Martha Gibson
    Romance on the High Seas (25-Jun-1948) · Georgia Garrett

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