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Howard Keel’s height is 6ft 2.75in ( 1.90m )

Harry Clifford Keel, known professionally as Howard Keel, was an American actor and singer. He starred in many film musicals of the 1950s.

Howard Keel

Born: April 13, 1919, Gillespie, Illinois, United States
Died: November 7, 2004, Palm Desert, California, United States
Spouse: Judy Keel (m. 1970–2004), Helen Anderson (m. 1949–1970), Rosemary Cooper (m. 1943–1948)
Children: Kaija Keel, Leslie Keel, Kirstine Keel, Gunnar Keel
Howard Keel Quote: The only way to enjoy golf is to be a masochist. Go out and beat yourself to death. View More Howard Keel Quotes
Filmography: My Father’s House (2002), Walker, Texas Ranger (1995), Hart to Hart: Home Is Where the Hart Is (1994), Murder, She Wrote (1991), Good Sports (1991), Dallas (1981-1991), Great Performances (1986), Live from Her Majesty’s (1984), The Love Boat (1981-1983), Fantasy Island (1982), The Quest (1976), Insight (1969), Here’s Lucy (1969), Arizona Bushwhackers (1968), The Red Skelton Hour (1967), The War Wagon (1967), Red Tomahawk (1967), Waco (1966), Run for Your Life (1965), Kiss Me Kate (1964), The Day of the Triffids (1963), Death Valley Days (1963), Tales of Wells Fargo (1961), Armored Command (1961), The Big Fisherman (1959), Floods of Fear (1958), Roberta (1958), Zane Grey Theater (1957), Kismet (1955), Jupiter’s Darling (1955), Deep in My Heart (1954), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), Rose Marie (1954), Kiss Me Kate (1953), Calamity Jane (1953), Ride, Vaquero! (1953), Fast Company (1953), Desperate Search (1952), Lovely to Look At (1952), Callaway Went Thataway (1951), Texas Carnival (1951), Across the Wide Missouri (1951), Show Boat (1951), Three Guys Named Mike (1951), Pagan Love Song (1950), Annie Get Your Gun (1950), The Hideout (1948), The Sugarcube Critic (2014), Annie Get Your Gun Intro with Susan Lucci (2000), Speechless (1994), That’s Entertainment! III (1994), MGM: When the Lion Roars (1992), The 58th Annual Academy Awards (1986), That’s Entertainment, Part II (1976), That’s Entertainment! (1974), The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (1972), The Man from Button Willow (1965), Arthur Freed’s Hollywood Melody (1962), The Bell Telephone Hour (1961), The 31st Annual Academy Awards (1959), 1955 Motion Picture Theatre Celebration (1955), MGM Parade (1955), Kismet (1955), Jupiter’s Darling (1955), Deep in My Heart (1954), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), Rose Marie (1954), Kiss Me Kate (1953), Calamity Jane (1953), Lovely to Look At (1952), Callaway Went Thataway (1951), Texas Carnival (1951), Show Boat (1951), Pagan Love Song (1950), Annie Get Your Gun (1950), Frankie Laine: An American Dreamer (2006), Biography (2004), Cole Porter in Hollywood: Too Darn Hot (2003), Hollywood Greats (2002), This Is Your Life (1985-1998), Sobbin’ Women: The Making of ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ (1997), Inside the Dream Factory (1995), That’s Entertainment III: Behind the Screen (1994), That’s Entertainment! III (1994), Golden Globes 50th Anniversary Celebration (1994), Guest Night (1992), The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1991), The 34th Annual Thalians Ball (1989), Aspel & Company (1988), This Is Your Life (1987), The 13th Annual People’s Choice Awards (1987), Bob Hope’s Tropical Comedy Special from Tahiti (1987), The 58th Annual Academy Awards (1986), All-Star Party for ‘Dutch’ Reagan (1985), Doris Day’s Best Friends (1985), An Evening with Howard Keel (1985), The 42nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (1985), Entertainment Express (1983-1984), All-Star Party for Frank Sinatra (1983), The Val Doonican Music Show (1983), Tattletales (1982-1983), The Royal Variety Performance 1982 (1982), Night of 100 Stars (1982), Song by Song (1980), Dinah! (1976), At Long Last Cole (1975), The Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club (1975), ABC Late Night (1974), The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (1972), Stars on Sunday (1972), The Val Doonican Show (1971), Cinema (1971), Ronnie Corbett in Bed (1971), The Joey Bishop Show (1967), The Bell Telephone Hour (1959-1965), The Mike Douglas Show (1964-1965), The Match Game (1964), The Voice of Firestone (1962), The 34th Annual Academy Awards (1962), Arthur Freed’s Hollywood Melody (1962), Here’s Hollywood (1961), Celebrity Golf (1961), Spectacular (1960), The 31st Annual Academy Awards (1959), Val Parnell’s Sunday Night at the London Palladium (1956-1958), The Big Record (1958), Bing Crosby and His Friends (1958), The Polly Bergen Show (1957), General Motors 50th Anniversary Show (1957), The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (1957), MGM Parade (1955), The Ed Sullivan Show (1954), The Hoaxters (1952), Out of My Dreams: Oscar Hammerstein II (2012), De schuld van VTM (2009), Legends (2007), The Best of the Royal Variety (2006), The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005), 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2005), Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork (2004), SoapTalk (2003), Great Performances (2003), Annie Get Your Gun Intro with Susan Lucci (2000), Red Skelton: A Comedy Scrapbook (1981), That’s Entertainment, Part II (1976), That’s Entertainment! (1974), MGM Parade (1955), The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Story (1951), Some of the Best: Twenty-Five Years of Motion Picture Leadership (1949)
Other Names: Harold Keel
Astrological Sign: Aries
Best Known For Movie: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Occupation: Actor
Height: 6ft 2.75in ( 1.90m )
First Name: Howard
Last Name: Keel
Birth Full Name: Harold Clifford Keel
Birthplace: Gillespie, llinios
Death Location: Palm Desert, California
Cause of Death: Colon Cancer
Build: Athletic
Eye Color: Brown – Dark
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American

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