Gregory Moore Biography
Height: 6' 2" (1.88 m)
Wiki Biography: Born in Detroit, Gregory Moore has had a widely varied career in music, theatre and opera. He sang for several years with The Metropolitan Opera and The New York City Opera, Los Angeles Music Center Opera. In 2007, Moore formed his own 12-piece, 1930's-themed jazz orchestra, "Gregory Moore and his Cosmopolitan Orchestra," which is based in New York City. He was awarded the first "Dorothy Loudon Award" at the 2008 Mabel Mercer Foundation Cabaret Convention at Lincoln Center's Rose Hall. He has written and performed several "tribute" shows to the performers Russ Columbo, Noel Coward and Arthur "The Street Singer" Tracy, which premiered at the Bruno Walter Theatre at Lincoln Center, followed by two runs at Jermyn Street Theatre in London's West End, co-starring with noted cabaret singer/pianist, Steve Ross.
Gregory MoorePhotos & Pictures
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|Scenes from a Mall||1991||Comedy|