Pat Boone Biography

Birthday: 1934-06-01
Place of Birth: Jacksonville, Florida USA
Height: 5' 9" (1.75 m)
Wiki Biography: Actor, singer, author and songwriter ("Exodus") Pat Boone was educated at David Lipscombe College, North Texas State College and Columbia University (from which he received a Bachelor of Science degree). His career in entertainment began when he emceed a teenage talent show on radio and television in Nashville, Tennessee. He won a Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour amateur show, and an Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts show. His first professional recording was made in 1955, and he joined ASCAP in 1961, with Ernest Gold being his chief musical collaborator. Over the years he has had many hit songs ("Moody River", "Speedy Gonzales", "Bernadine") and appeared in a string of films in the 1950s and 1960s, some successful and some not. His other song compositions include "Lover's Lane" and "The Main Attraction". He has served as a board member of the Northeastern Institute for Christian Education.

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Filmography

Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
General Motors 50th Anniversary Show 1957
Bernardine Arthur 'Beau' Beaumont 1957 Comedy, Musical
Goodbye Charlie 1964 Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
The Greatest Story Ever Told Angel at the Tomb 1965 0
Boonville Redemption Doc. Woods 2014 Family
God's Not Dead 2 Walter Wesley 2016 Drama