Harry Nilsson Biography (1941-1994)

Full name, Harry Edward Nilsson III; born June 15, 1941, in Brooklyn, NY; died of a heart attack, January 15, 1994, in Agoura Hills, CA; married, wife's name Oona; children: six. Career: Singer, songwriter, composer, recording artist, and actor. Cal-Ops. Security Pacific First National Bank, Van Nuys, CA, in charge of computer center. Awards, Honors: Grammy Award, bestmale pop vocal performance, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences,1969, for "Everybody's Talkin';" Thomas Alva Edison Award, album of the year, 1971, for Nilsson Schmilsson; Grammy Award, best male vocal, 1972, for "Without You;" special board of merit award, Montreaux Film Festival, andspecial merit award, Atlanta Film Festival, both for The Point; eightgold records; three album of the year awards, best production.

Singer, songwriter, composer, actor
Birth Details
June 15, 1941
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Death Details
January 15, 1994
Agoura Hills, California, United States

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