b. 31 July 1892, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 6 Sept 1960, Terni, Italy. Showing up in NY, occasionally on Broadway and generally in revues, Savo sang and danced in displays such as for example Vogues Of 1924, Murray Anderson’s Almanac (1929), Earl Carroll Vanities (1930) and Parade (1935). His 1st big musical was Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart’s The Males From Syracuse (1938), where he required the part of Dromeo. An adept comic acting professional, Savo also created and starred in Mum’s THE TERM (1940), which went in the Belmont Theater for 12 shows. Directed by Al Webster, the display’s credits included incidental music by Ludwig vehicle Beethoven and Frédéric Chopin, maybe a Broadway 1st (in support of). Savo was also in Wines, Women And Track (1942), which experienced a 150-overall performance run in the Ambassador Theater. Directed by Murray Friedman, the display’s solid also included Pinky Lee and Marian Miller. Despite solid credits, the musical What’s Up (1943) fared a whole lot worse than experienced Wine, Ladies And Track with just 63 performances on the Country wide Theater. Produced by Tag Warnow and aimed by George Balanchine, who also choreographed the present with Dick Andros, the present’s reserve was by Alan Jay Lerner and Arthur Pierson with music by Frederick Loewe and lyrics by Lerner. Amongst others in the ensemble with Savo had been Johnny Morgan and Gloria Warren. In the 20s and 30s Savo produced a few movies, none of these reflecting that which was presumably a captivating stage character. These films consist of Exclusive Privileges (1926, where he dances), KEEP ON Sergeant (1928), Once WITHIN A Blue Moon and Young lady FOR THE Case (both 1935), Merry Move Circular Of 1938 (1937, which also highlighted Bert Lahr, Mischa Auer, Billy Home, Louise Fazenda and Alice Brady), and Reckless Living (1938). When Savo retired he visited reside in Italy.