Marvin HamlischBorn: 1944-06-02 - Died: 2012-08-06
Cause of Death: Brief illness
Who was Marvin Hamlisch :
Marvin Hamlisch was a well-known music composer from New York, NY. Hamlisch is most known for his works with various Broadway plays, such as: The Way We Were and A Chorus Line.
Hamlisch grew up in New York during his youth, and in college, attended the Julliard School of Music's Pre-College Division, and then later attended Queens College, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967.
The productions that Hamlisch was mostly known for were: The Way We Were (1973), adaptations for Scott Joplin's The Sting (1973), A Chorus Line (1975), and They're Playing Our Song (1978).