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Born: September 19, 1940 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Omaha, Nebraska, USA Profession: Music ...
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1974:
Earned Academy Award nomination for score of "Phantom of the Paradise"
1973:
Had first Academy Award nomination for "(You're So) Nice to Be Around" from "Cinderella Liberty"
1998:
Joined cast of the CBS daytime soap "The Bold and the Beautiful" portraying a recovering alcoholic
1965:
Made film acting debut in "The Loved One"
1977:
Was musical supervisor for "Sugar Time" (ABC)
1970:
Wrote hit song "We've Only Just Begun"
1977:
Wrote theme song for "The Love Boat" (ABC)
1992:
Did voice of The Penguin for "Batman: The Animated Series" (Fox)
1994:
Made memorable gueat appearance on the CBS drama series "Picket Fences"
1982:
Wrote and created TV pilot "Rooster"
1972:
Wrote first film score, "The Getaway"
1990:
Interned to become alcoholism counselor
1977:
Made TV-movie debut, "Flight to Holocaust" (NBC)
1980:
Nominated for an Academy Award for "The Rainbow Connection" from "The Muppet Movie"
1987:
Did score for "Ishtar"
1977:
Played Little Enos in "Smokey and the Bandit"
1976:
Scored "A Star Is Born"; wrote "Evergreen" with Barbra Streisand, winning Academy Award
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Known for such albums as "Bugsy Malone"
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Popular songs include "You Give A Little Love" and "Faust".

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