Ethel Merman's Death

Born (Birthday) January 16, 1908

Death Date February 15, 1984

Age of Death 76 years

Cause of Death Brain Tumours

Profession Stage Actress

The stage actress Ethel Merman died at the age of 76. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Singer and actress who was in many musicals and sang “There’s No Business like Show Business,” as well as hits like “You’re the Top” and “Anything Goes.”

She married William Smith on November 15, 1940, Robert Levitt on December 18, 1941, on March 9, 1953, and finally actor Ernest Borgnine on June 26, 1964.

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“Mom claimed that I could carry a tune at 2 or 3 years of age. Maybe she was a little prejudiced.” (Ethel Merman)

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“Cole Porter had a worldwide reputation as a sophisticate and hedonist.” (Ethel Merman)

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“Always give them the old fire, even when you feel like a squashed cake of ice.” (Ethel Merman)

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“I can never remember being afraid of an audience. If the audience could do better, they’d be up here on stage and I’d be out there watching them.” (Ethel Merman)

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“I was born in my parents’ bedroom on January 16. The World Almanac says it was 1909. I say it was 1912. But what difference does it make as long as I feel 33?” (Ethel Merman)

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