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Bob Hope, KBE, KCSG, KSS, born Leslie Townes Hope, was an English-born American comedian and actor who appeared in vaudeville, on Broadway, and in radio, television, and movies. Born: March 29, 1903, Eltham, London Died: July 27, 2003, Toluca Lake
Bob Hope -- (5/29/1903-7/27/2003). English-born American Comedian, Vaudevillian, Actor, Singer, Dancer, Author and Athlete who appeared on Broadway, in Vaudeville, Movies, Television & Radio. Movies -- "Let's Face It" as Jerry Walker, "Bachelor in Paradise" as Adam J. Niles, "Boy, Did I Get the Wrong Number" as Thomas J. 'Tom' Meade and "I'll Take Sweden" as Bob Holcomb. He died of Pneumonia, age 100. His birthname was Leslie Townes Hope.
Mr. Bob Hope (English Birth) but an American Citizen Known for his work in vaudeville, theater, radio and movies.Hi did some sixty tours with the USO. Entertaining our troops all over the world. His song from an early movie, "Thanks For The Memory" was his signature song. Movies were most remembered where he was paired with Bing Crosby and his movie female interest Dorothy Lamour.
Bob Hope, born Leslie Townes Hope (May 29, 1903 – July 27, 2003), was an English-born American comedian, vaudevillian, actor, singer, dancer, author, and athlete who appeared on Broadway, in vaudeville, movies, television, and on the radio. He was noted for his numerous United Service Organizations (USO) shows entertaining American military personnel—he made 57 tours for the USO between 1942 and 1988. Throughout his long career, he was honored for this work.
Bob Hope, (born Leslie Townes Hope; May 29, 1903 – July 27, 2003) was an American comedian and actor who appeared in vaudeville, Broadway, radio, television and movies and noted for his work with the US Armed Forces and his numerous USO shows entertaining American troops. In 1996, the U.S. Congress honored Bob Hope by declaring him the "first and only honorary veteran of the U.S. armed forces." Bob Hope appeared in or hosted 199 known USO shows. Bob Hope died at his home in Toluca Lake.