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Andrew Lloyd Webber
Birthday
BirthplaceKensington, London, England
NationalityBritish
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Composer, panellist, television personality,
businessman, songwriter, theatre director
EducationWestminster School

Lloyd Webber, Andrew,

1948–, British theatrical composer. A member of a successful musical family, he began composing musicals as a teenager; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1968) was an early work done in collaboration with the lyricist Tim Rice. Lloyd Webber's spectacular string of hit musicals beginning in the 1970s helped transform London into the major center for new musicals. His scores include those for Jesus Christ, Superstar (1971), his first major success, also in collaboration with Rice; Evita (1978), a fictional biography of Eva PerónPerón, Eva Duarte de
, 1919–52, Argentine political leader. The second wife of Juan Perón, whom she married in 1945, she virtually co-governed the country during his first six years as president.
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; The Phantom of the Opera (1986; Tony); Aspects of Love (1989); Sunset Boulevard (1993; Tony); and The Woman in White (2004), based on the classic Wilkie CollinsCollins, Wilkie
(William Wilkie Collins), 1824–89, English novelist. Although trained as a lawyer, he spent most of his life writing. He produced some 30 novels, the best known of which are two mystery stories, The Woman in White (1860) and The Moonstone
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 suspense novel. His show Cats (1981), based on poems by T. S. EliotEliot, T. S.
(Thomas Stearns Eliot), 1888–1965, American-British poet and critic, b. St. Louis, Mo. One of the most distinguished literary figures of the 20th cent., T. S. Eliot won the 1948 Nobel Prize in Literature. He studied at Harvard, the Sorbonne, and Oxford.
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, was the longest-running production in Broadway history until The Phantom of the Opera set a new record in 2006. Lloyd Webber was knighted in 1992 and created a life peer (Baron Lloyd-Webber of Sydmonton) in 1997. In 2000 he purchased 10 London theaters and variety halls, which, when added to the three he already owned, made him the dominant owner in the world's largest theatrical district.

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1948–, British theatrical composer. A member of a successful musical family, he began composing musicals as a teenager; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1968) was an early work done in collaboration with the lyricist Tim Rice.
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David Beckham) to send him a pair of her knickers and how diva Sarah Brightman remarked during a conversation (``apropos of nothing,'' Norton says) how her ex-husband, composer Andrew Lloyd Weber (``a very ugly man''), had a very large private part.
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However, this reviewer used his critic's craft to malign the composer unnecessarily, for instance, and to drag in comparisons to wholly irrelevant pop idols, such as Andrew Lloyd Weber, Charlotte Church and Andrea Boccelli.
Newton-John's music includes recordings of songs by Bob Dylan, Andrew Lloyd Weber, and Elton John and Bernie Taupin, and she has recorded duets with Electric Light Orchestra, John Denver, the Tubes and the Beach Boys' Carl Wilson.
In its 48th season, Bigfork Summer Playhouse in Montana's Flathead Valley performs "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," composed by Broadway musical icon Andrew Lloyd Weber when he was only 15, June 12 - August 23.
One of the hottest tickets in town today isn't a George Lucas movie, an Andrew Lloyd Weber musical or Cher's concert.
It has been wonderful to work with Andrew Lloyd Weber and the Really Useful group.
Since its start in 1971, The Sounds of Blackness has earned two Grammy Awards, produced five albums and performed with the likes of Sting, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Prince, Luther Vandross, Quincy Jones, Anita Baker, Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber and other superstars.
Since its start in 1971, The Sounds of Blackness has earned two Grammy Awards, produced five albums and performed with the likes Sting, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Prince, Luther Vandross, Quincy Jones, Anita Baker, Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber and other superstars.
Eliot's "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats," with music by Oscar(R)-winning composer Andrew Lloyd Weber.