b. 22 June 1901 Philadelphia, Pa, USA, d. 15 Feb 1961, NEW YORK, NY, USA. On stage from his youngsters, with the 20s Whiting was frequently on Broadway and generally in musicals. His performances in this 10 years consist of Aren’t MOST OF US? and Stepping Rocks (both 1923), Annie Dear (1924), ONCE YOU Smile (1925), Rainbow Rose, The Ramblers (1926), Yes, Yes, Yvette (1927), She’s My Baby and Keep Everything! (both 1928), and Minds Up (1929). Within the 30s he was in America’s Sweetheart (1931, performing Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart’s ‘I’ve Got Five Dollars’ with Ann Sothern), HAVE A Possibility (1932, where he sang Nacio Plant Dark brown, Richard Whiting and Friend De Sylva’s tunes ‘So Perform I’, ‘Tickled Red’ and ‘I Long To PARTICIPATE IN You’), Phoning All Celebrities (1934, performing Harry Akst and Lew Dark brown’s ‘Considering Out Loud’, ‘If It’s Like’, ‘I Don’t DESIRE TO BE Chief executive’ and ‘I’d PREFER TO Dunk You IN MY OWN Espresso’), Hooray For What! (1937, which starred Ed Wynn), and incredibly Warm For Might (1939, performing Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II’s ‘In Additional Terms, Seventeen’, ‘Heaven IN MY OWN Hands’ and ‘All In Fun’). Whiting’s 40s displays included Walk With Music and RETAIN Your Hats (both 1940), Defeat The Music group (1942), as well as the Overtons (1945). Within the 50s, Whiting is at the play Springtime Folly (1951), Of Thee I Sing (1952) and Hazel Flagg (1953), where he memorably sang Jule Styne and Bob Hilliard’s ‘Every Road’s A Boulevard In Aged New York’. Also in 1953 he was in A WOMAN Can Inform and the next year he made an appearance within the Golden Apple. Whiting’s film performances within the 30s had been all small jobs and included Best Speed and THE LIFE SPAN FROM THE Party (all 1930), Guys FROM THE Sky (1931), Sailing Along and present Me A Sailor (both 1938). His tv appearances within the 50s consist of minor jobs in crisis series such as for example Studio room One (1955), along with the Joseph Cotten Display: On Trial as well as the Marge And Gower Champ Display (both 1957).