Johnny Desmond

Biography: Johnny Desmond was primarily a popular singer on radio and television whose biggest hits include "C'est si Bon" and 'The High and the Mighty." but he also made a few films between 1957 and 1984. A native of Detroit, Michigan, he started out in 1939 singing with bandleader Bob Crosby's Bob-O-Links. Just before entering the Army Air Corps at the beginning of WW II, he also sang with Gene Krupa's big band. While in the military, Desmond, who could sing in Italian, French, and German, performed with Glenn Miller on radio broadcasts designed to rattle the enemy. Following the war, he began his radio and television career. Desmond's last film appearance was as himself in the documentary tribute to the recently deceased Miller, Glenn Miller: A Moonlight Serenade in 1984. A year later Desmond passed away.

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Laverne & Shirley (1983): Season 3 Sep 20, 1977 Nick tbd