Gender
Male
Born
Oct 03, 1915
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died
Jan 17, 2004
West Hollywood, California, USA
Producer Presenter Other
Relations
Husband of
Frances Arnstein
Son-in-law of
Fanny Brice
  • CREDITS
    The Owl and the Pussycat (Nov 18, 1964 - Nov 27, 1965)
    • Produced by Seven Arts Productions
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Funny Girl (Mar 26, 1964 - Jul 01, 1967)
    • Produced by Ray Stark
    • Produced in association with Seven Arts Productions
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Any Wednesday (Feb 18, 1964 - Jun 26, 1966)
    • Sandy Dennis appears through the courtesy of Seven Arts Productions
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Everybody Loves Opal (Oct 11, 1961 - Oct 28, 1961)
    • Produced in association with Seven Arts Productions
    PlayComedyOriginal
    The World of Suzie Wong (Oct 14, 1958 - Jan 02, 1960)
    • Produced by Seven Arts Productions
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Funny Girl (Jun 26, 1967 - Sep 16, 1967)
    • Produced for the Broadway Stage by Ray Stark
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Funny Girl (Oct 08, 1965 - Oct 29, 1966)
    • Produced by arrangement with Ray Stark
    • Presented in association with Seven Arts Productions
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Funny Girl (Sep 23, 2002 - Sep 23, 2002)
    • Produced for the Broadway stage by Ray Stark
    SpecialBenefit ConcertRevival
  • AWARDS

    Tony Award®

     

    Best Musical

    1964 | Nominee  | Funny Girl
    Produced by Ray Stark
     

    Best Producer (Musical)

    1964 | Nominee  | Funny Girl
    Produced by Ray Stark
The Owl and the Pussycat (Nov 18, 1964 - Nov 27, 1965)
  • Produced by Seven Arts Productions
PlayComedyOriginal
Funny Girl (Mar 26, 1964 - Jul 01, 1967)
  • Produced by Ray Stark
  • Produced in association with Seven Arts Productions
MusicalComedyOriginal
Any Wednesday (Feb 18, 1964 - Jun 26, 1966)
  • Sandy Dennis appears through the courtesy of Seven Arts Productions
PlayComedyOriginal
Everybody Loves Opal (Oct 11, 1961 - Oct 28, 1961)
  • Produced in association with Seven Arts Productions
PlayComedyOriginal
The World of Suzie Wong (Oct 14, 1958 - Jan 02, 1960)
  • Produced by Seven Arts Productions
PlayDramaOriginal
Funny Girl (Jun 26, 1967 - Sep 16, 1967)
  • Produced for the Broadway Stage by Ray Stark
MusicalComedyOriginal
Funny Girl (Oct 08, 1965 - Oct 29, 1966)
  • Produced by arrangement with Ray Stark
  • Presented in association with Seven Arts Productions
MusicalComedyOriginal
Funny Girl (Sep 23, 2002 - Sep 23, 2002)
  • Produced for the Broadway stage by Ray Stark
SpecialBenefit ConcertRevival

Tony Award®

 

Best Musical

1964 | Nominee  | Funny Girl
Produced by Ray Stark
 

Best Producer (Musical)

1964 | Nominee  | Funny Girl
Produced by Ray Stark

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