Elliot Lawrence (Elliot Lawrence Broza)

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Composer, conductor, bandleader and pianist who made many records; he was educated at the University of Pennsylvania (graduating with a Bachelor of Music degree) and was a music student of Harl McDonald and Leon Barzin. He won state contests in high school during piano competitions, and led his own dance orchestra, touring throughout the United States. He directed musicals on Broadway, including "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and "Golden Boy". Joining ASCAP in 1945, his popular-music compositions include the songs "Sugartown Road", "Five O'Clock Shadow", "Once Upon a Moon", "Heart to Heart", "Box No. 155", and "Brown Betty". Read more...


Character: Himself - Conductor

The 65th Annual Tony Awards 2011

Character: Himself - Conductor

The 44th Annual Tony Awards 1990