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|Birth date:||March 5, 1925, Moultrie, Georgia, United States|
|Death date:||September 22, 1980, Moultrie, Georgia, United States|
|Birth place:||Birmingham, Alabama, USA|
|Profession:||Music Department, Soundtrack, Actor|
|1||Jimmy Bryant was selected over every singer in the world to be the "ghost voice" for Richard Beymer. The producers flew people from all over the world to audition, putting them up at the Beverly Hills Hotel. When the producers decided to hire Jimmy, he was offered a contract at scale, which he took because he needed the money, desperately, at the time. Jimmy Bryant received residuals only for television replays. Inquiring about a Record Album residual, Saul Chaplin told Jimmy he had to deal directly with Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim since they kept those rights. Marni Nixon, a friend of Bernstein, flew her agent to New York to negotiate her deal. Marni Nixon made $18,000 in her first check. Jimmy Bryant, so new in the business, had no such luck negotiating sound track record album residuals.|
|2||Whistled for Elvis Presley in some long forgotten movie back in the '60s! Elvis had gone on tour before anyone noticed that he was whistling in one scene.|
|The Paper Brigade||1996||Video orchestrator|
|The Unknown Marx Brothers||1993||TV Movie documentary music programmed by|
|It||1990||TV Mini-Series orchestrator - uncredited|
|A Guide for the Married Man||1967||musician: bass - uncredited / orchestrator - uncredited|
|Penelope||1966||musician: bass - uncredited / orchestrator - uncredited|
|Not with My Wife, You Don't!||1966||orchestrator - uncredited|
|Charlie Wilson's War||2007||performer: "OPUS 1"|
|Thoroughly Modern Millie||1967||performer: "The Tapioca"|
|Bye Bye Birdie||1963||"The Telephone Song"|
|West Side Story||1961||performer: "Something's Coming" 1957, "Maria" 1957 1957, "Tonight" 1957, "One Hand, One Heart" 1957, "Quintet" 1957, "Somewhere" 1957, "Somewhere" reprise 1957 - uncredited|
|Thoroughly Modern Millie||1967||Jimmy Smith (singing voice, uncredited)|
|West Side Story||1961||singing voice: Tony - uncredited|
|Secret Voices of Hollywood||2013||TV Movie documentary||Himself - Singer|
|Hometown Jamboree||1949||TV Series||Himself - Band Member (1949-1960)|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1962||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Album of the Year||West Side Story (1961)||· Didier Deutsch (Producer)|
· Mark Betts (Engineer)
· Bill Ivie (Engineer)
· Natalie Wood (Artist)
· Marni Nixon (Artist)
· Richard Beymer (Artist)
· Rita Moreno (Artist)
· George Chakiris (Artist)
· Russ Tamblyn (Artist)
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