Ray Evans

Highest Rated: 98% Sunset Boulevard (1950)
Lowest Rated: 11% Sliver (1993)
Birthday: Not Available
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American lyricist Ray Evans is best known for his collaboration with composer Jay Livingston. Together, they penned many catchy tunes for stage, screen and television. Some of these songs, such as "Tammy," and "Silver Bells" have become American standards. They won Oscars in 1948 for "Buttons and Bows" (from Paleface), "Mona Lisa" (from Captain Carey USA, 1950) and "Que Sera Sera" (from The Man Who Knew Too Much, 1956). Evans met Livingston while studying at the University of Pennsylvania. Before becoming a lyricist, Evans worked as a musician on cruise ships.

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11% Sliver Producer 1993
80% The Spy Who Loved Me USS Wayne Crewman 1977
98% Sunset Boulevard Himself 1950

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