Tommy Rall

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Tommy Rall

Tommy Rall

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Tommy Rall

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: December 27, 1929
Date of Passing: October 06, 2020
Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri
Obituary: Hollywood Reporter

Tommy Rall was an American dancer.

As a dancer in the 1950s, Rall alternated between Broadway and Hollywood, appearing on stage in Miss Liberty, Call Me Madam, Milk and Honey, Small Wonder, and Juno, and on screen in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Kiss Me Kate, My Sister Eileen, and Invitation to the Dance. His later film appearances include Funny Girl, and Pennies from Heaven.

In addition to film and stage, Rall appeared on numerous TV specials and variety shows, as far back as the late 1940s. His last television appearance was on an episode of Fame in 1984.

Tommy Rall was an American dancer.

As a dancer in the 1950s, Rall alternated between Broadway and Hollywood, appearing on stage in Miss Liberty, Call Me Madam, Milk and Honey, Small Wonder, and Juno, and on screen in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Kiss Me Kate, My Sister Eileen, and Invitation to the Dance. His later film appearances include Funny Girl, and Pennies from Heaven.

In addition to film and stage, Rall appeared on numerous TV specials and variety shows, as far back as the late 1940s. His last television appearance was on an episode of Fame in 1984.

More recently, All made appearances in documentaries about the history of several Broadway musicals.

Rall died October 6, 2020 in Santa Monica, California. He was 90.

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