Kathryn Grayson Obituary


Kathryn Grayson dies at 88; MGM singing star in 1940s, ’50s



A dark-haired beauty with a heart-shaped face and brilliant coloratura voice, she appeared in the musicals ‘Anchors Aweigh,’ ‘Kiss Me Kate’ and ‘Show Boat.’


By Dennis McLellan
Los Angeles Times
February 19, 2010


 Kathryn Grayson, an MGM singing star in the 1940s and early ’50s in musicals such as “Anchors Aweigh,” “Kiss Me Kate” and “Show Boat,” has died. She was 88.


Grayson died Wednesday of natural causes at her home in Los Angeles, said publicist Dale Olson.


A dark-haired beauty with a heart-shaped face and a brilliant coloratura voice, Grayson signed with MGM as a teenager and made her screen debut in “Andy Hardy’s Private Secretary,” starring Mickey Rooney, in 1941.


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2 Responses to “Kathryn Grayson Obituary”

  1. Thanks for the memories Kathryn Grason ,for your role in the early MGM musicals. May you rest in peace .

  2. Sorry for the errors in mispelling Kathryn Grayson’s name . It was a pleasure to see her perform in the Andy Hardy movie as well as the MGM musicals.

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