|Birth Day:||March 14, 1907|
|Death Date:||Oct 16, 1981 (age 74)|
As per our current Database, Edward Heyman died on Oct 16, 1981 (age 74).
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He attended University of Michigan where he wrote college musicals.
Arguably Heyman's biggest hit is his lyric to "Body and Soul," written in 1930, which was often recorded (notably in 1939 by Coleman Hawkins and by many others), which frequently crops up in films, most recently in 2002's Catch Me If You Can. Heyman also wrote "Through the Years," "For Sentimental Reasons," "Blame It on My Youth" (with Oscar Levant), "Love Letters," "Blue Star" (theme of the television series Medic), "The Wonder of You," "Boo-Hoo," "Bluebird of Happiness," "They Say," and "You're Mine, You!"
From 1935 to 1952, Heyman contributed songs to film scores including Sweet Surrender, That Girl From Paris, Curly Top, Kissing Bandit, Delightfully Dangerous and Northwest Outpost.
Heyman was an ASCAP writer inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1975.
Currently, Edward Heyman is 115 years, 3 months and 11 days old. Edward Heyman will celebrate 116th birthday on a Tuesday 14th of March 2023.
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