George Burns

ABOUT

George Burns (January 20, 1896 - March 9, 1996), b. Nathan Birnbaum) was a beloved cigar-smoking comedian, Oscar-winning actor, writer, and singer who began his long career in show business in the 1930s which spanned vaudeville, radio, TV, and the movies. With wife Gracie Allen, he first made a splash on the Pop charts in 1933 with the comedic "Burns And Allen Dialog, Parts 1 & 2" and re-emerged many years later in 1980 with "I Wish I Was Eighteen Again."


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • I Wish I Was Eighteen Again (1980)

Pop charts debut year: 1980

Years active: 1923-1996

Genres: Comedy, novelty, country

Labels: Columbia, Mercury

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