Bass opera singer using the Metropolitan Opera who appeared in a huge selection of performances over a lot more than 4 years. He was turned down from his junior senior high school glee membership because his deep tone of voice did not mix well with the others the group. He didn’t start executing in operas until some years after graduating university, spending the years between teaching chemistry at UCLA and doing work for an essential oil company. He was created in Jerome Albert Hyperlink Heinz in Hollywood, California. Beverly Sills was another well-known opera vocalist.
|1||Jerome Hines is the son of Russell Ray Heinz, a film production manager, 2nd unit director, etc.|
|2||Distantly related to the late U.S. Senator John Heinz (R-Pa) and to the Heinz food products family.|
|3||Imposing, stalwart, star bass who sang with the Metropolitan Opera in New York for 41 years, longer than any other principal performer.|
|Don Carlo||1980||TV Movie||The Grand Inquisitor|
|The Voice of Firestone||1963||TV Series||Mephistopholes|
|The Voice of Firestone||1963||TV Series||Mephistopheles|
|Golden Child||1960||TV Movie||Captain Sutter|
|The Metropolitan Opera: Centennial Gala||1983||TV Special||Baryton|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1971||TV Series||Himself - Opera Basso|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1950-1968||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Audience Bow / Himself - Bassist|
|The Bell Telephone Hour||1960-1968||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Bass|
|The Merv Griffin Show||1965||TV Series||Himself|
|What's My Line?||1960||TV Series||Himself - Guest Panelist|
|The Voice of Firestone||1949-1957||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Guest Bass Soloist|
|The Steve Allen Plymouth Show||1956||TV Series||Himself - Singer|
|The George Jessel Show||1954||TV Series||Himself|
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