He made a name for himself by singing "The Impossible Dream" on Broadway and by fencing small appliances in the garment district.

Name
Richard Kiley
Birthday
March 31, 1922
Age
76
Died on
Friday, March 5th, 1999
Famous
Confirmed
Tuesday, April 28th, 1998
Richard Kiley
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Richard Kiley was never played in a game.

 
 

 

Guess the Stiff!

In 1938, he clinched the Grand Slam at Forest Hills, becoming the first ever to do it. Then last year, he crunched his Grand Am in a forest in the hills, and it became the last thing he would ever do. Advantage, tree.

(d) January 26th, 2000