Imogen Carpenter

Imogen Carpenter Brief Biography

Imogen Carpenter, born Mary Imogene Carpenter on February 2, 1912 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, died March 24, 1993 in Los Angeles California, was a musician, composer, music lecturer, and Broadway actress. In 1926 at age 14, she moved to Chicago to attend the Chicago Musical College and later the Boguslawski School of Music. She worked first as a concert pianist and later as a singer and pianist in night clubs, theaters, and on radio. She appeared in the Broadway musicals Ziegfeld Follies of 1941 and Cole Porter's Mexican Hayride. Collaborating with songwriters Lenny Adelson, Kim Gannon, and others, she produced several popular song compositions.

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