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Albert Hague



Tony award-winning composer and sometimes actor Albert Hague may be visually recognizable to film and television buffs for his numerous film and television appearances, though it was his music for the television classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas that would touch generations of fans with it's whimsical melodies that accompanied the grumpy green Grinch's attempts to undermine the holiday spirit. Born Albert Marcuse in Berlin, the youngster and his mother would later flee Nazi Germany for the U.S. Adopted by a prominent eye surgeon upon his arrival, Hague studied music at the University of Cincinnati and met his future wife while working on a musical in Cleveland in 1948. Later composing for such popular Broadway shows as The Fig Leaves Are Falling and Miss Moffat (starring Bette Davis), the composer received a Tony for Redhead in 1959. Hague's television appearances include roles in Beauty and the Beast and Tales From the Dark Side with film appearances including Fame and Space Jam. On November 12, 2001, Albert Hague died in Inglewood, CA. He was 81.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
28% The Story of Us
  • Dr. Siegler
1999
No Score Yet Murder or Memory?
  • Dr. Zeller
1994
17% Nightmares
  • Mel
1983
83% Fame
  • Shorofsky
1980

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
No Score Yet Beauty and the Beast
1987-1990
  • Micha Langer

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