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Robert Merrill
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    (June 4, 1919-October 25, 2004)
    Died at 85
    Made debut with New York's Metropolitan Opera in 1945
    Mainstay at the Metropolitan Opera for over 30 years
    Appeared in 'Senorita from the West,' 'Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick,' 'Carmen,' 'Toscanini: The Maestro' and 'Anger Management'
    He is divorced.
    He had dreams of playing professional baseball but didn't seek them out strongly.
    He overcame a stutter.
    He has a deep baritone voice.
    He was given the Yankee uniform #1½, and was dubbed 'the good luck charm of the New York Yankees.'
    He loves watching baseball and is a fan of the New York Yankees.
    He was the first person to ever sing the National Anthem and throw the first pitch in Yankee Stadium in the same game (1986).
    Frank Sinatra asked him for tips on how to sing better.
    He is known as 'the man with the golden voice.'
    He allowed himself to be roasted at the Friars Club.

Credit: His Name is Robert

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