Lee Hays’s height is
6ft 3in (1.91 m)
Lee Hays was an American folk-singer and songwriter, best known for singing bass with The Weavers. Throughout his life, he was concerned with overcoming racism, inequality, and violence in society.
Best Known For Movie: I’m Not There.
Born: March 14, 1914, Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Filmography: The Dust Bowl (2012), Woody Allen: A Documentary (2012), My Way (2012), Sing Your Song (2011), Temple Grandin (2010), I’m Not There. (2007), Wanderlust (2006), American Masters (2005), The Blues (2003), Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002), American Soundtrack: This Land Is Your Land (2002), Tohuwabohu (), Chicago Hope (1997), Volunteers (1985), The Kingston Trio and Friends: Reunion (1982), Claude Francois: The Film of His Life (1979), The Dean Martin Show (1970), Hollywood a Go Go (1965), The Ed Sullivan Show (1964), The Frozen Logger (1963), Age tendre et tête de bois (1963), The New March of Dimes Presents: The Scene Stealers (1962), The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (1959), The Lux Show (1957), The Weavers: Wasn’t That a Time (1982), The Weavers: Wasn’t That a Time (1982), Alice’s Restaurant (1969), The Faye Emerson Show (1950), Pete Seeger: The Power of Song (2007), Carnegie Hall at 100: A Place of Dreams (1991).
Other Names: The Weavers
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Occupation: Singer, Soundtrack
Died: August 26, 1981, Croton-on-Hudson, New York, United States
Music groups: The Weavers (1948 – 1952), The Almanac Singers (1940 – 1943)
Movies: The Weavers: Wasn’t That a Time!, Alice’s Restaurant
Parents: William Benjamin Hays, Ellen Reinhardt Hays
Height: 6ft 3in (1.91 m)