Started singing in several amateur contests
Made his radio debut on WFIL, a local Philadelphia radio station
Performed on "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts," a popular radio show
Discovered by Eddie Cantor while performing at Grossinger's Resort in the Borscht Belt
Signed with RCA Victor
Feature acting debut, "All About Eve"
Drafted into the U.S. Army and served a year in Korea
Was the official vocal soloist for The United States Army Band (Pershing's Own)
Released debut album, <i>Eddie Fisher Sings</i>
Substitute host for "The Scott Music Hall" (NBC)
Hosted his own variety series, "Coke Time with Eddie Fisher" (NBC)
Co-starred with then-wife Debbie Reynolds in the musical comedy "Bundle of Joy"
Starred in the series, "The Eddie Fisher Show" (NBC)
Offered a serious turn in the drama "Butterfield 8" with second wife Elizabeth Taylor
Dropped by RCA Victor and briefly recorded on his own label, Ramrod Records
Recorded "Sunrise, Sunset" from "Fiddler on the Roof"
Recorded the album <i>Eddie Fisher Today</i>
Returned to RCA Victor and released the hit single "Games That Lovers Play" with Nelson Riddle
Last album for RCA was an Al Jolson tribute, <i>You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet</i>
Published his autobiography, <i>Eddie: My Life, My Loves</i>
Released final album on the Bainbridge record label, <i>After All</I>
Penned a second autobiography, <i>Been There, Done That</i>