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About Vaughn Monroe
Hailing from the US, Vaughn Monroe was a baritone singer, trumpeter, actor as well as businessman. He rose to prominence in the 1940s and 1950s. In 1940, he founded his first orchestra and played the role of a principal vocalist.
As a musician, his top songs include “In the Still of the Night” in 1939, “Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow” in 1946, “Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)” in 1949, and “There I've Said It Again” in 1945. Monroe also appeared in films such as “Toughest Man in Arizona” in 1952, “Carnegie Hall” in 1947, “Meet the People” in 1944, and “Singing Guns” in 1950.
He was educated at Jeannette High School, New England Conservatory, and Carnegie Institute of Technology.
He was the offspring of Ira C. Monroe and Mabel Monroe. In 1940, he tied the knot with Marian Baughman. He birthed two children, Candace Monroe and Christina Monroe.
He died from bleeding ulcer after a stomach operation in 1973.
His full name was Vaughn Wilton Monroe.
In 1940, Monroe founded a restaurant and club which he named The Meadows.
His nicknames included the Baritone with Muscles, Ol' Leather Tonsils, Leather Lungs, and the Voice with Hair on its Chest.
Monroe signed to record labels, RCA Victor, and Dot Records.
Monroe has a star for radio performance and another for recording on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
He was a licensed and professional pilot.
He once hosted a show called ‘The Vaughn Monroe Show’.
In 1949, he was the co-writer of a book titled “The Adventures of Mr. Putt Putt”.
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F.A.Q. about Vaughn Monroe
When is his birthday?
Vaughn Monroe's birthday is on October 7, 1911.
In how many days is his birthday?
Vaughn's birthday is in 245 days
How old was Vaughn when he died?
He was 61 years old.
When did he die?
He died in May 21, 1973.
How old would he be today?
Vaughn Monroe would be 111 years old if he was alive today.
Where was Vaughn from?
He was born in Akron, Ohio, U.S..