Oscar Levant

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Age: 107
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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Oscar Levant (December 27, 1906 – August 14, 1972) was an American pianist, composer, author, comedian, and actor. He was more famous for his mordant character and witticisms, on the radio and in movies and television, than for his music.

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Movie Character Year
Pciu4si8bjcgxpuvoisendgqrel Rhapsody in Blue Himself 1945
W7jdjxn0hkx6puk4clifoq31t8d Humoresque Sid Jeffers 1946
Ojct3fels377m2p3sas8iopl8ls Romance on the High Seas Oscar Farrar 1948
Ngdszzqfqmyjtirmfuliafh7gpa The Barkleys of Broadway Ezra Millar 1949
T3dbgrq1qj2vpsmrsczmcvhh9kp An American in Paris Adam Cook 1951
H35rad6g1jxff2uigixj3bxatnl O. Henry's Full House Bill Peoria 1952
Xjlheyewmmccqpm3hifs9zqtvqd The Band Wagon Lester Marton 1953
Kmtpgmfulo543zyvfmbhjwrmqrq The Cobweb Mr. Capp 1955