Gender
Male
Born
Mar 07, 1914
Havre, Montana, USA
Died
Dec 11, 1993
New York, New York, USA
Performer
Relations
Brother of
Betty Wonder
Comments
Biography: Tommy Wonder was born on March 7, 1914 in Montana. He started dancing at the age of 3, and was a child actor in the "Our Gang" comedies and in films. He was among the few principals to stay for the entire 14-month run of "Ziegfeld Follies of 1943." He married Maggie Banks.

Film Credits include: "Gangster's Boy," "Dance Charlie Dance," "Thrill of a Lifetime," "Mad Youth," "This Time for Keeps," and "Sarumba."

Trivia:
He retired from performing in 1970 and co-founded an artist management business.
Tickets, Please! (Apr 27, 1950 - Nov 25, 1950)
  • Also Starring: Tommy Wonder [Good Humor Man, "Restless" Dancer, "The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian, "Symbol of Fire" Dancer, "Spring Has Come" Performer]
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Ziegfeld Follies of 1943 (Apr 01, 1943 - Jul 22, 1944)
  • Performer: Tommy Wonder ["Prologue" Performer, "This Is It" Dancer, "Come Up and Have a Cup of Coffee" Dancer, A Toreador, "Swing Your Lady, Mr. Hemingway" Singer/Dancer, "Hold That Smile" Singer]
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Banjo Eyes (Dec 25, 1941 - Apr 12, 1942)
  • Performer: Tommy Wonder [Tommy]
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Two For The Show (Feb 08, 1940 - May 25, 1940)
  • Performer: Tommy Wonder [Visitor, "Calypso Joe" Dancer, Second Scout, "That Terrible Tune" Singer, Costermonger, "Hot Foot" Dancer, Sailor, "At Last It's Love" Dancer, "The Jitter Dance" Dancer, "Waltz Variation" Dancer, "Fool For Luck" Dancer, "Good Night, Miss Astor" Singer]
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A Little Racketeer (Jan 18, 1932 - Feb 27, 1932)
  • Performer: Tommy Wonder [Specialty Dancer]
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