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Dan Milner Net Worth

Dan Milner Net Worth is
$1.1 Million

Dan Milner Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Dan Milner is a singer of traditional Irish songs in North America.The Milner family moved frequently following World War II, the result being that Dan grew up in far-flung localities including Birmingham, Ballybunion, Toronto and Brooklyn. Both Dan's parents were musical; his mother (Nora Milner nee Cremin of Brosna, Co. Kerry) being a keen set dancer, and his father (William Milner of Birmingham, England), a fine singer.William Milner was raised by his mother and maternal grandfather, Patrick McKay of Ennis, County Clare from whom he learned his first traditional songs. Dan picked up some of that repertoire, a musical melange including “Skibbereen,” “The Wild Rover” and traditional ballads like “Barbara Allen” as well as Fenian and Republican pieces like “McCaffery” and “Kevin Barry.” Along with his elder brother, Liam, Dan learned these plus Thomas Moore songs and Irish-American lyrics from Tin Pan Alley. He writes, "Though they came from different places and time periods, I link them together as Irish national songs in the sense that, individual taste aside, Irish people would agree they all are part of the country’s national heritage and consciousness".Milner has continued to lengthen his song list from the early 1960s through the present decade, learning Irish "big" ballads; and maritime, Canadian and Irish-American songs from all manner of sources including field recordings, original and secondary printed matter, and from many other singers. In New York City, he was fortunate to become well acquainted with two venerated older Irish songsters: Joe Heaney of Carna, Co. Galway and the celebrated Traveler, Margaret Barry of Cork City. Other early influences include Ewan MacColl, Dominic Behan and The Clancy Brothers.He was a founding member of The Flying Cloud, who played at the Philadelphia Folk Festival in 1977 and recorded one LP for Adelphi Records the same year.Dan Milner has recorded with musicians including Louis Killen, Mick Moloney, and 8 All-Ireland champions. Today, he sings solo, with his wife Bonnie Milner, and with Robbie O'Connell.In 2009, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, an arm of the Smithsonian Institution, America's national museum, released "Irish Pirate Ballads and Other Songs of the Sea," which features many of Irish America's foremost musicians and singers, including John Doyle, Joanie Madden, Susan McKeown, Mick Moloney, Brian Conway, Gabriel Donohue and Robbie O'Connell. Irish Music magazine called the recording " "A tour de force... impeccably researched folk music with a big Irish heart..." Dirty Linen magazine wrote, "Milner is a compelling storyteller in song... a powerful narrative singer" and Time Out New York called him "A folksinger's folksinger". Dan is also featured on Brian Conway's 2008 CD, "Consider the Source."Dan is also a writer. Many of his reviews and feature magazine articles have been published by Irish Music (Ireland) and The Living Tradition (Scotland) magazines. In the USA,
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Date Of BirthAugust 20, 1901
Place Of BirthRussia
ProfessionEditor, Director, Editorial Department
Star SignLeo
#Fact
1Brother of Jack Milner.

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Bozo: The World's Most Famous Clown1959-1962TV Series 133 episodes
Popeye the Sailor1960TV Series 18 episodes
The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues1955uncredited
TV Reader's Digest1955TV Series 4 episodes
Women in the Night1948
Frontier Feud1945
The Lost Trail1945as Danny Milner
Flame of the West1945
Fashion Model1945
Oh, What a Night1944
The Cross of Lorraine1943
Hitler's Madman1943
Tomorrow We Live1942
Men of San Quentin1942
House of Errors1942
Professor Creeps1942
Son of Ingagi1940
El Diablo Rides1939
King of the Sierras1938
Trailin' Trouble1937
Boots of Destiny1937
Island Captives1937
Bank Alarm1937
Red Lights Ahead1936
The House of Secrets1936
Undercover Man1936
Brand of the Outlaws1936
Kelly of the Secret Service1936
West of Nevada1936
Prison Shadows1936
The Law Rides1936
Put on the Spot1936
The Rogues' Tavern1936
Rio Grande Romance1936
The Return of Jimmy Valentine1936
The Leavenworth Case1936
Speed Limited1935
The Fighting Coward1935as Jack Milner
Bars of Hate1935
Hot Off the Press1935
Danger Ahead1935
Are We Civilized?1934
What's Your Racket?1934
Dancing Man1934

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
From Hell It Came1957
The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues1955
The Fighting Coward1935

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues1955producer - uncredited
No Place to Hide1955associate producer

Editorial Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Naked Dawn1955supervising editor

Sound Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dirigible1931sound - uncredited

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