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Richard Tucker (Rubin Ticker)

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Biography

Brooklyn, New York, USA
Brooklyn-born tenor Richard Tucker had a unique dual career. As one of the great voices of the Metropolitan Opera, Tucker made his debut there as Alfredo Germont in Verdi's "La Traviata" in January, 1945, and became a specialist in the Italian and French lyric roles. Among his most famous roles with the company were Rodolfo in Puccini's "La Boheme," B.F. Pinkerton in the same composer's "Madama Butterfly," Don Jose in Bizet's "Carmen," and Radames in Verdi's "Aida. Read more...

Actor

Character: Singer on 'Serenade'

Song of Surrender 1949

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Character: Himself - Opera Tenor

Texaco Star Theatre 1948

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Character: Himself - Opera Tenor

The Bell Telephone Hour 1959

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Character: Himself

Evening at Pops 1970

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