Ronny Graham Movies and Career Information

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Aug 26, 1919
Actor and Writer

Ronny Graham (August 26, 1919 – July 4, 1999) was an American actor and theatre director, composer, lyricist, and writer. Graham was born Ronald Montcrief Stringer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the second of five children born to vaudeville performers Florence (née Sweeney) and Thomas Graham Stringer (a.k.a. Steve Graham). Graham. a self-taught jazz pianist, began his career as a nightclub comic with a specialty in wry character monologues for which he provided the musical accompaniment, à la Dwight Fiske. He made his Broadway debut in the revue New Faces of 1952, to which he contributed sketches and lyrics and in which he performed. He won the Theatre World Award for his efforts. He later made similar contributions to New Faces of 1956 and New Faces of 1962. He wrote the lyrics for Bravo Giovanni, which garnered him a Tony Award nomination, and directed a string of unsuccessful plays, two of which closed on opening night, in the mid-1960s to early 1970s. As a writer, Graham penned seven episodes of M*A*S*H (and guest starring in one-as Sgt. Gribble in the episode "Your Hit Parade," in which he was program consultant) and nine episodes of The Brady Bunch Hour and the screenplays

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