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Biography

Dennis Day in 1960.

Source: Wikipedia

Dennis Day (May 21, 1916 – June 22, 1988) born Owen Patrick Eugene McNulty, was an American singer and radio, television and film personality of Irish descent.

Fact file

  • Born: Owen Patrick Eugene McNulty May 21, 1916 New York City, New York
  • Died: June 22, 1988 (aged 72) Los Angeles, California
  • Cause of death: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Resting place: Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City
  • Alma mater: Manhattan College
  • Occupation: Singer, Actor, Comedian
  • Years active: 1939–1988
  • Spouse(s): Peggy Almquist (1948–1988)
  • Children: 10 children

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Why did ex-Disney Mouseketeer Dennis Day die? If police know, they aren't saying
USA Today TV, 2019-06-07 21:11:36
The ex-Disney Mouseketeer who enchanted as a child is dead in Oregon under still-mysterious circumstances. Why did it take 11 months to learn his fate?        

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Variety, 2019-06-07 17:50:24
Former Mouseketeer Dennis Day, who has been a missing person since July 2018, has been identified as the body found in the Phoenix home the former child star shared with husband Ernie Caswell. According to a statement released by the Oregon State Police, authorities first found the body on April ...

Original Mouseketeer Dennis Day Mysteriously Found Dead in His Home
TMZ, 2019-06-07 11:30:00
Dennis Day -- an original Mouseketeer on "The Mickey Mouse Club" -- was found dead just over 2 months ago but his body was too decomposed for authorities to ID him ... until now. Day's family confirmed Thursday it was his body cops found in his…

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