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About Ray Evans
Famous American lyricist Ray Evans was best known for his partnership with celebrated composer Jay Livingston. The two worked on many films, stage, and television productions. Their breakthrough came in the late 1930s when their song titled "G'Bye Now" was used in Ole Olsen’s Broadway work “Hellzapoppin”.
Some of their most popular songs were entitled "Que Sera Sera", "Mona Lisa", and "Buttons and Bows". He was also a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.
His parents were Frances Lipsitz and Philip Evans. The composer was married to a lady named Wyn.
He attended Salamanca High School. Evans later moved to Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. At Penn, he read economics.
With Livingston, he won the Academy Awards thrice. They were also nominated for a number of Tony Awards. The renowned lyricist was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. He has also been honored on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In the film industry, he worked on films like “The Stork Club” and “Easy Come, Easy Go”. He also provided the song for CBS’ sitcom entitled “Mister Ed”.
A New York-based stage theatre called Ray Evans Seneca Theater was named in his honor.
Ray Evans Rank
F.A.Q. about Ray Evans
When is his birthday?
Ray Evans' birthday is on February 4, 1915.
In how many days is his birthday?
Ray's birthday is in 1 day
How old was Ray when he died?
He was 92 years old.
When did he die?
He died in February 15, 2007.
How old would he be today?
Ray Evans would be 107 years old if he was alive today.
Where was Ray from?
He was born in Salamanca, New York, U.S..