Birth Name: Richard A. Whiting
Place Of Birth: Illinois
Date Of Death: February 10, 1938
Cause Of Death: N/A
Richard A. Whiting was born on the 12th of November, 1891. He was known for being a Composer. Composer of popular standards like Hooray for Hollywood, On the Good Ship Lollipop, and Ain’t We Got Fun?.
Richard A. Whiting was born in Illinois. He went to the Harvard Military School in Los Angeles. He was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song for his song When Did You Leave Heaven from the 1936 film Sing, Baby Sing.
Richard A. Whiting was a Scorpio and was born in the G.I. Generation.
Richard A. Whiting was born in 1890s.
Richard A. Whiting is part of G.I. Generation also known as The Greatest Generation. This generation experienced much of their youth during the Great Depression and rapid technological innovation such as the radio and the telephone. The initials "G.I." is military terminology referring to "Government Issue" or "General Issue".
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Richard A. Whiting was born in the Year of the Rabbit.
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Zodiac Sign: Richard A. Whiting was a Scorpio. People of this zodiac sign like truth, being right, longtime friends, teasing, and dislike dishonesty, revealing secrets, passive people. The strengths of this sign are being resourceful, brave, passionate, a true friend, while weaknesses can be distrusting, jealous, secretive and violent. The greatest overall compatibility with Scorpio is Taurus and Cancer.
Chinese Zodiac: Richard A. Whiting was born in the Year of the Rat. People born under this sign are popular because they're sincere and avoid conflict. Though they're sensitive, they also hesitate, which makes them lose on chances.
Ruling Planet: Richard A. Whiting had a ruling planet of Pluto and has a ruling planet of Pluto. Back the early 2,000 B.C. the outer planets, Uranus and Neptune were not yet discovered, since the telescope had not yet been invented. Astrologers and astronomers could only work with planets visible to the eye.
Richard A. Whiting’s birth sign is Scorpio and he had a ruling planet of Pluto.
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