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Rupert Holmes (David Goldstein)

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Biography

Cheshire, England, UK
Rupert Holmes was born on February 24, 1947, in Cheshire, England. Soon after, he ventured forth to America (New York) with his British mum and Air Force dad. After graduating from the Manhattan School of Music, Mr. Holmes delved into the art of melodious sound. A successful piano player for both the Cuff Links and the Buoys, with whom he had his first international hit, "Timothy" in 1971, Rupert also wrote and arranged songs for Gene Pitney, The Platters, The Drifters and the Partridge Family. Deciding to become an independent artist, Holmes released his first album "Widescreen" in 1974. Read more...

Actor

Character: Band Leader at Wedding

No Small Affair 1984

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Character: Himself - Winner: Best Original Score & Best Book of a Musical

The 40th Annual Tony Awards 1986

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Writing

Composing

Character: Band Leader at Wedding

No Small Affair 1984

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