How old was Russ Tamblyn in Father of the Bride?

How old was Russ Tamblyn in Father of the Bride?

A juvenile performer from the age of 13, he played all-American kids in “Father of the Bride” and “Retreat, Hell!” (1952) before display…

Is Russ Tamblyn in the new West Side Story?

West Side Story stars Russ Tamblyn, George Chakiris react to Spielberg remake trailer |

How much is Russ Tamblyn worth?

Russ Tamblyn net worth: Russ Tamblyn is an American actor and dancer who has a net worth of $3 million. Russ Tamblyn was born in Los Angeles, California in December 1934. He is best known for his roles as Riff in the film West Side Story in 1961 and as the title character in the 1958 movie Tom Thumb.

Who is Russ Tamblyn married to?

Bonnie Murray Tamblynm. 1981
Elizabeth Kemptonm. 1960–1979Venetia Stevensonm. 1956–1957
Russ Tamblyn/Cónyuge

How old is Bonnie Tamblyn?

74 years (May 15, 1947)
Bonnie Murray Tamblyn/Edad
Bonnie Tamblyn was born on May 15, 1947 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Bonnie Margaret Murray. She is an actress and composer, known for Chatty Catties (2015), Time Wars (1993) and The Both: Volunteers of America (2014). She has been married to Russ Tamblyn since 1984. They have one child.

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Did Russ Tamblyn do his own singing in West Side Story?

Dubbing. Russ Tamblyn, who plays Riff in the film, provided his own vocals for the song “Gee, Officer Krupke” and for a few lines in the “Tonight” ensemble, but in the “Jet Song” he was dubbed by Tucker Smith, who plays the role of Ice in the film.

What is David Cross net worth?

David Cross Net Worth and Salary: David Cross is an American actor, writer, director, producer, and stand-up comedian who has a net worth of $10 million.

Did Natalie Wood sing Maria?

In 1961’s West Side Story, the studio kept her work on the film (as the singing voice of Natalie Wood’s Maria) a secret from Wood, and Nixon also dubbed Rita Moreno’s singing in the film’s “Tonight” quintet. In 1962, she also sang Wood’s high notes in Gypsy.