Marvin Hamlisch, the composer and winner of three Academy Awards for 1973's The Way We Were and The Sting, has passed away at the age of 68.
No other details were given by his publicist.
Hamlisch won a Tony and a Pulitzer for the 1975 Broadway sensation A Chorus Line, and four Emmys in a career as a showman and versatile writer.
Hamlisch conquered an early fear of performing to become a draw on the nightclub circuit and later was principal conductor for major symphonies.
Award winning composer Marvin Hamlisch has died following a brief illness at the age of 68. Although his theme from THE STING became one of most recognized hit singles back in the 1970?s, the composer wrote themes for many more film... Read Post
Marvin Hamlisch, a world-famous composer responsible for scores and songs from movies like "The Sting" to "The Way We Were" and Tony-award winning musical "A Chorus Line," has passed away at the age of 68. Read Post