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Rod Strong

( b. circa 1927 Camas, Washington, USA - d. Mar 05, 2006 Healdsburg, California, USA ) Male

Strong trained at the School of American Ballet in New York and spent 4 years dancing in Paris, where he developed a taste for wine. In 1959, he moved to California to become a winemaker. He established Tiburon Vintners, which bought bulk wine, bottled it and sold it to tourists. In 1962, he bought Windsor Vineyards in northern Sonoma County. It was later renamed Rodney Strong Vineyards, which was a leader in transforming Sonoma County from rustic farmland to one of the finest wine regions in the country.

ProductionsDate of Productions
Mask and Gown
[Musical, Revue, Original]
  • Performer: Rod Strong
Sep 10, 1957 - Oct 12, 1957
Ziegfeld Follies of 1957
[Musical, Revue, Original]
  • Performer: Rod Strong [Tenè Street Sheik, Dancer]
Mar 01, 1957 - Jun 15, 1957
New Faces of 1956
[Musical, Revue, Original]
  • Performer: Rod Strong [Dreamer's Dream, 1st Sanitation Man, Prince Doll, Native Chief, Chorus Boy, Policeman, Boy, Member of the Graduating Class, Bamboo Brother, Entr'Acte Singer, "Tell Her", Introduction to "La Ronde: This is Quite a Perfect Night"]
  • Performer: Rod Strong [Boy in "Don't Wait til it's too Late..."]
Jun 14, 1956 - Dec 22, 1956
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