Harry Crosby
Harry Crosby
Harry Lillis Crosby III is an American actor, singer, and investment banker. Crosby was born in Hollywood, California, at Queen of Angels Hospital. He is the fifth son of actor and singer Bing Crosby, the eldest from Bing's second marriage to Kathryn Crosby. Harry is: the brother of Mary and Nathaniel Crosby; the half-brother of Gary, Dennis, Phillip and Lindsay Crosby; the uncle of Denise Crosby; the nephew of Bob Crosby and Larry Crosby.
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New Long Term Care Insurance Specialists Join National Agency - American Banking News (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
These professionals will now undergo on-going professional development under the direction of Harry Crosby, ACSIA's Director of New Agent Growth and Development. The public can contact these Long Term Care insurance professionals by calling ACSIA® at
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SYMPOSIUM; The Hum Inside The Skull, Revisited
NYTimes - about 12 years
A little more than 20 years ago, the Book Review asked a group of fiction writers, age 40 or younger, to name the writer or writers who had most influenced their work and to explain how. It seemed like a good time to put the same question to a new generation of young writers. Here are their replies: SUSAN CHOI I don't remember any longer how we
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Philip Crosby, 69, Son of Bing Crosby
NYTimes - about 13 years
Philip Crosby, one of Bing Crosby's sons from his first marriage and an entertainer in his own right, died last week at his home here. He was 69. He was found dead last Tuesday by his family, coroner's officials said. The cause was a heart attack, they said. Bing Crosby had three other sons from his marriage to the former jazz singer and actress
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CULTURAL STUDIES; So Many Black Sheep, Out in the Cold
NYTimes - over 13 years
THE murder trial of Robert A. Durst, which began in Galveston, Tex., last week, revolves around a life rich in moments of seemingly deranged decisions. Accused of killing a 71-year-old neighbor in an unglamorous apartment complex two years ago -- quarters he rented disguised as a woman -- Mr. Durst fled after his arrest only to be apprehended in a
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BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Bending Over Backward For a Well-Known Lout
NYTimes - over 13 years
THE ART OF BURNING BRIDGES A Life of John O'Hara By Geoffrey Wolff Illustrated. 373 pages. Alfred A. Knopf. $30. More than three decades after his death, John O'Hara is chiefly remembered for two novels, ''Appointment in Samarra'' and ''Butterfield 8,'' for several collections of short stories (including those that became the basis for the musical
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Catalog This
NYTimes - almost 15 years
On July 19, 1999, clerks at the National Central Library in Florence, Italy, came across a small box sitting on a shelf among some rare 17th-century volumes. Inside the box was a sealed envelope. Documents that were found with it identified the contents of the envelope as dust from the tomb of the great medieval poet Dante Alighieri. Naturally,
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PUBLIC LIVES
NYTimes - almost 19 years
A Top Singer And a Big Seven-0 ROSEMARY CLOONEY became a septuagenarian on Saturday. This was why DORIS HOPE, HARRY CROSBY and TONY BENNETT were in the audience, and why her CD ''Rosemary Clooney 70'' was on every table at the Rainbow and Stars cabaret at Rockefeller Center. But, oh, the tacky packaging. ''The CD has the biggest damn '70' you've
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Books of The Times; And He Grew Up to Write Happily Ever After
NYTimes - almost 25 years
A Day at the Beach Recollections By Geoffrey Wolff 259 pages. Alfred A. Knopf. $22. In his sparkling new collection of essays, "A Day at the Beach: Recollections," Geoffrey Wolff refers often enough to the harrowing childhood he described more than a dozen years ago in a memoir of his erratic father, "The Duke of Deception," to remind the reader
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Whose Life Is This, Anyway?
NYTimes - about 26 years
I was a student of Richard Ellmann's at Oxford in the early 1970's, and spent many afternoons in his gloomy, cavernous study at New College, working my slow way through "Finnegans Wake." Lost in the maze of Joyce's hermetic "night language," I would stare at the row of pale-green Dublin phone books on the shelf behind Ellmann's desk and speculate
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Books of The Times; The Clubs That Would Have Him as a Member
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: The Final Club By Geoffrey Wolff 370 pages. Alfred A. Knopf. $19.95. Nathaniel is headed for his freshman year at Fitzgerald's Princeton. There he will fall among ''the quick, graceful, wised-up boys from great eastern schools,'' creatures who seem to him ''armor-plated, impervious to hurt or perhaps indifferent to pain.'' There, in his
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At the Movies
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: Hutton's Other Hats Hutton's Other Hats ''I don't like waiting around for something that may or may not come along,'' Timothy Hutton was saying. ''I like to be busy. I like to be active.'' Mr. Hutton, who is best known as an actor, was in the midst of explaining why he is branching out into directing and production as well. On the acting
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THE BROTHERS WOLFF
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: ON THE WALL OF GEOFFREY WOLFF'S JAMESTOWN, R.I., living room is an early American portrait of a Colonial matron whose half-smile suggests, improbably, a flinty New England Mona Lisa. Wolff refers to the painting as a ''generic ancestor portrait'' whose subject's ''knowing smirk'' has often made him wish that she were in fact a relative. ON
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PRO-AM TO COUPLES-BRETT
NYTimes - about 30 years
LEAD: Fred Couples, the professional golfer, and George Brett, the professional third baseman and amateur golfer, got a best-ball birdie 3 on the third extra hole to win the pro-am team title of the 47th annual Pebble Beach National Pro-Am today. Fred Couples, the professional golfer, and George Brett, the professional third baseman and amateur
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LIVES OF THE POET
NYTimes - over 30 years
ARCHIBALD MACLEISH Reflections. Edited by Bernard A. Drabeck and Helen E. Ellis. Foreword by Richard Wilbur. Illustrated. 291 pp. Amherst, Mass.: The University of Massachusetts Press. $19.95. HEMINGWAY was his great friend from the Paris period until a cataclysmic quarrel that years of ''Dear Archie'' - ''Dear Pappy'' letters could never repair.
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LAUGHING OUR WAY TO DEFEAT
NYTimes - about 31 years
PROVIDENCE By Geoffrey Wolff. 217 pp. New York: Elisabeth Sifton Books/Viking. $16.95. IN common parlance, the word ''providence'' is full of happy connotation. It refers to the use of foresight or to luck or, even, to the loving care of an attentive Supreme Being. ''Providence'' is the word theologians apply to God's relationship to His creation,
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ONE TOO MANY FOR THE MUSE
NYTimes - about 31 years
OWLED, sprung, jagged, buried, jingled, piffed, scrooded, spiflicated, squiffy, sozzled, bloated, corked, corned, polluted, ossified, embalmed, fried to the hat, slopped to the ears, lit up like the Commonwealth. Word-drunk, drunk on words - Edmund Wilson listed 104 terms for ''intoxicated'' in his ''Lexicon of Prohibition,'' published in 1927. If
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SPORTS PEOPLE; Crosbys Divided
NYTimes - over 31 years
Kathryn Crosby may have withdrawn the family name from the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am at Monterrey, Calif., and announced that a new Crosby tournament will be held in North Carolina, but her sons, Nathaniel and Harry Crosby, say they will continue to serve as hosts of the Monterey event and hope it will someday resume the Crosby name. ''With or
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BOOKS OF THE TIMES
NYTimes - over 34 years
By Michiko Kakutani THE BOY SCOUT HANDBOOK AND OTHER OBSERVATIONS. By Paul Fussell. 284 pages. Oxford University Press. $15.95. IN a new collection of essays, Paul Fussell describes a book he regards as a model of literary scholarship. It is ''learned and sparsely annotated,'' he writes, ''frank, unpretentious, skeptical, ironic and vastly
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THE PRIVATE LIVES OF TWO PUBLIC PEOPLE
NYTimes - about 35 years
CLARE BOOTHE LUCE By Wilfrid Sheed Illustrated, 183 pp. New York: E.P. Dutton. $12.95. ON reading a biography one is, however unconsciously, reviewing both the subject and the Boswell. The tallies are not, of course, equal. A strong personality will survive a bad biographer (no one can really ruin Byron), and even so dissolute a soul as Harry
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NOTES ON PEOPLE; A Would-Be New Yorker Tries to Settle In
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Now that Harry Crosby has finally gotten settled in his Manhattan Plaza apartment, it's a good bet he'll be going away on a long trip. ''As soon as I signed the lease last June,'' he said the other day, ''I got two projects that took me away on location and it was months before I got any furniture.'' One of those projects, a television pilot about
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Harry Crosby
    TEENAGE
  • 1976
    Age 17
    Crosby gained show business experience at an early age, by appearing with his father and family on various Christmas television shows, and at the London Palladium in 1976 and 1977.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1958
    Born
    Born on August 8, 1958.
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