Triple Threat Artist Tommy Rall Death | Tommy Rall Obituary – It is with great sadness to announce that Triple Threat Artist Tommy Rall has passed away this evening in Santa Monica, California, USA.
It is with great sadness to announce that Triple Threat Artist Tommy Rall has passed away this evening in Santa Monica, California, USA.
— Andrew Choreographer (@MTVDancer) October 7, 2020
Tommy Rall, dynamic actor/dancer of many 1950s musicals, was born in 1929 and began his dancing career at age 14 with American Ballet Theater. He appeared on Broadway in “Miss Liberty” (1949) and “Milk and Honey” (1960), as well as in several less successful shows. After a series of great dancing roles on screen (Kiss Me Kate (1953), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), My Sister Eileen (1955)), he performed in a variety of character roles, and then returned to American Ballet Theater.
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For every start of a journey, there must be an end. His journey has sadly come to an end on earth.
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