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Paul Whiteman found incredible success as an accomplished actor, appearing in a variety of films throughout his Hollywood career. Whiteman's career beginnings included film roles in "Broadway After Dark" (1924), "King of Jazz" (1930) and the Dick Powell musical "Thanks a Million" (1935). Later, Whiteman acted in the musical comedy "Strike Up the Band" (1940) with Mickey Rooney, the comedy "Atlantic City" (1944) with Constance Moore and the biopic "Rhapsody in Blue" (1945) with Robert Alda. He also appeared in the Tommy Dorsey biopic "The Fabulous Dorseys" (1947), "Hollywood Star Revue" (ABC, 1948-49) and "The Time of Your Life" (Fox, 1999-2000). Whiteman's music was most recently featured in "Serena" (2015). Whiteman passed away in December 1967 at the age of 77.

Paul Whiteman found incredible success as an accomplished actor, appearing in a variety of films throughout his Hollywood career. Whiteman's career beginnings included film roles in "Broadway After Dark" (1924), "King of Jazz" (1930) and the Dick Powell musical "Thanks a Million" (1935). Later, Whiteman acted in the musical comedy "Strike Up the Band" (1940) with Mickey Rooney, the comedy "Atlantic City" (1944) with Constance Moore and the biopic "Rhapsody in Blue" (1945) with Robert Alda. He also appeared in the Tommy Dorsey biopic "The Fabulous Dorseys" (1947), "Hollywood Star Revue" (ABC, 1948-49) and "The Time of Your Life" (Fox, 1999-2000). Whiteman's music was most recently featured in "Serena" (2015). Whiteman passed away in December 1967 at the age of 77.

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 The Fabulous Dorseys (1947) Himself
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 Rhapsody in Blue (1945) Himself
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 Atlantic City (1944)
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 King of Jazz (1930)
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 Hollywood Star Revue (1948) Guest
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