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Producer, Ray Stark, was born on Oct 3, 1914 in Chicago, IL. Stark died at the age of 89 on Jan 17, 2004 in West Hollywood, CA and was laid to rest in Westwood Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.



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The producer of the original Broadway production of "Funny Girl" (1964), the film Funny Girl (1968), and its sequel, Funny Lady (1975). In real life, he is the son-in-law of Fanny Brice, the famous Ziegfeld entertainer whose life is depicted in those three shows.

Was nominated for two Tony Awards in 1964: as Best Producer (Musical) as a producer of Best Musical nominee "Funny Girl."

In 1977, when actor Cliff Robertson began an investigation which revealed that Columbia president David Begelman had forged checks, Stark warned him that if he pressed onward, Begelman would commit suicide. Robertson said he would do "what a citizen should do in this situation." Begelman was sacked from Columbia but his eventual suicide many years later wasn't connected. Stark made sure Robertson was blacklisted. The story is detailed in David McClintick's book, "Indecent Exposure."

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