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Who is Ann Logan Sperry?
Ann Logan Sperry is an American Celebrity wife born in 1933 in the United States of America.
She is the wife of actor, singer, musician and author Bob McGrath.
Ann Logan Sperry was a primary school teacher and fell in love with Bob McGrath and they got married in 1958.
They had five children, five granddaughters, and three grandsons. The couple resided in Teaneck, New Jersey from 1958 until 2017 when they moved to a ranch in Norwood, New Jersey.
Their kids are Liam McGrath, Robert McGrath, Alison McGrath Osder, Lily McGrath and Cathlin McGrath.
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|Full Name||Ann Logan Sperry|
|Date Of Birth||1933|
|Age||90 Years (As Of 2022)|
|Place Of Birth||New York, United States Of America|
|Current Residence||New York, United States Of America|
Robert Emmett McGrath was an American actor, singer, musician, and children’s author best known for playing the original human character Bob Johnson on the long running educational television series Sesame Street.
McGrath was born on June 13, 1932 in Ottawa, Illinois. He was named for Irish patriot Robert Emmet. As a child, he would sing for his family while his mother would play the piano.
His mother enrolled him in the Roxy Theater’s Amateur Program, where he came in second place. He graduated from Marquette High School.
McGrath graduated from University of Michigan in 1954 where he was in the School of Music.
While attending Michigan, he was a member of the University of Michigan Men’s Glee Club and of the fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta, where during fraternity events, he washed dishes while fraternity brother David Connell waited tables, a connection which Connell would use when casting began for Sesame Street.
After graduating, he was inducted into the U.S. Army, where he spent 2 years in Germany, booking and performing for the Seventh Army Symphony Orchestra.
McGrath obtained a Master of Music degree in Voice, from Manhattan School of Music in 1959.
McGrath worked with Mitch Miller and was the featured tenor on Miller’s NBC-TV television singalong series Sing Along with Mitch for four seasons from 1960 to 1964.
He was a singer on the Walt Kelly album Songs of the Pogo.
In the mid-1960s, McGrath became a well-known recording artist in Japan, releasing a series of successful albums of Irish and other folk songs and ballads sung in Japanese.
This aspect of his career was the basis of his “secret” when he appeared on the game shows To Tell the Truth in 1966 and I’ve Got a Secret in 1967.
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