Russ Columbo - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Russ Columbo’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Ruggiero Eugenio di Rodolpho Colombo (January 14, 1908 – September 2, 1934), known as Russ Columbo, was an American singer, violinist and actor, most famous for his signature tune “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love”, his compositions “Prisoner of Love” and “Too Beautiful For Words”, and the legend surrounding his early death.

First Name: Russ
Middle Name: Eugenio di Rodolfo
Last Name: Columbo
Birth Full Name: Ruggerio Eugenio di Rudolpho Colombo
Born: 14 January, 1908
Birthplace: Camden, New Jersey
Died: 2 September, 1934
Death Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Cause of Death: Accidental Shooting
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)
Build: Athletic
Eye Color: Brown – Dark
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Roman Catholic
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Singer, Actor, Musician
Genre: Solo-country
Music Genre: Vocal
Father: Nicola Colombo
Mother: Giulia (Julia) Colombo
Filmography: Moulin Rouge (1934), Wake Up and Dream (1934), Broadway Thru a Keyhole (1933), Hell Bound (1931), The Texan (1930), Dynamite (1929), The Wolf Song (1929), Street Girl (1929), Wonder of Women (1929), Film Vodvil: Bobby Byrne and Orchestra (1946, Short Film), A Notorious Gentleman (1935), Magic in the Moonlight (2014), Boardwalk Empire (2010, TV Show), King of California (2007), Crazy Love (2007), Romance & Cigarettes (2005), The Sopranos (1999, TV Show), In Too Deep (1990), Raging Bull (1980), The Bob Hope All Star Christmas Comedy Special (1977, TV Movie), Where the Action Is (1965, TV Show), Jazz Party (1958, TV Show), Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall (1948, TV Show), Moulin Rouge (1934), Wake Up and Dream (1934), Going Hollywood (1933), That Goes Double (1933), Night World (1932), Hell Bound (1931), Dynamite (1929), Show Time at the Apollo (-, TV Show), That Goes Double (1933), Hollywood on Parade No. B-5 (1933, Short Film), Gus Arnheim and His Ambassadors (1928, Short Film), Gus Arnheim and His Ambassador Hotel Orchestra (1927)

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