Will Osborne Net Worth

Will Osborne Net Worth is
$1.1 Million

Will Osborne Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

William Thomas Osborne (11 June 1875 – 24 March 1942) was a Welsh international rugby forward who played rugby union for Mountain Ash and Glamorgan Police. Osborne played in six international matches, becoming a Triple Crown winner when he played for Wales in all three matches of the 1902 Home Nations Championship. At the height of his international career he 'Went North', switching to professional rugby league and represented both Huddersfield and Hull
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Date Of BirthNovember 25, 1905
Place Of BirthMountain Ash, Wales
ProfessionSoundtrack, Actor
Star SignSagittarius
1After leaving the band scene, he operated a talent agency in southern California.
2Composed several well-known tracks, including "Pompton Turnpike" and "Missouri Scrambler".
3Formed his first band in New York in 1924. In 1935, built another organisation which featured his trademark slide trombone megaphone effects.
4Began as a drummer and crooner, often in competition with Rudy Vallee in the 1920's.
5Recorded for Columbia (1929), Melotone (1931-35), Decca (1936-39) and Varsity (1939-40). In 1940, Osborne retired and turned over the reigns of the band to Dick 'Stinky' Rogers. He had one more short-lived fling with the music business between 1946 and 1948, forming a new orchestra which featured vocalist Eileen Wilson.


The Sopranos2004TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Puppetoon Movie1987writer: "Pompton Turnpike"
The Ruling Class1972writer: "Dry Bones" - uncredited
Columbia Thrills of Music: Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra1948Short writer: "Pompton Turnpike"
Jasper in a Jam1946Short writer: "Pompton Turnpike"
Swing Parade of 19461946performer: "A Tender Word Will Mend It All", "Just a Little Fond Affection"
In Society1944performer: "No Bout Adout It", "Rehearsin"
A Feller Who Plays in a Band1941Short performer: "A Feller Who Plays in a Band"


Swing Parade of 19461946Will Osborne
In Society1944Will Osborne (as Will Osborne and His Orchestra)
A Feller Who Plays in a Band1941ShortClarinetist


Will Osborne and His Orchestra1939ShortHimself - Orchestra Leader
Will Osborne and His Orchestra1934ShortHimself

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