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Ann Doran, George Meader, and Rosalind Russell in Roughly Speaking (1945)Faye Emerson and George Meader in Nobody Lives Forever (1946)"Spellbound," Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman. Lobby Card. 1945 United Artists
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Before his movie career, George Meader was a leading character tenor at the Metropolitan Opera, NY, from 1921-35. His debut was in DIE TOTE STADT (THE DEAD CITY) by Korngold, who also moved on to Hollywood as a composer. Among his many roles, Meader sang the major tenor roles in operas by Richard Wagner, such as David in MEISTERSINGER and Mime in ... See full bio »
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