Paul Tripp

Paul Tripp

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Birth date
February 20, 1911
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August 29, 2002 (91 years)
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Actor, musician, author

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Paul Tripp (February 20, 1911 – August 29, 2002) was a children's musician, author, songwriter, and television and film actor. He collaborated with a fellow composer, George Kleinsinger. Tripp was the creator of the 1945 "Tubby the Tuba", a piece of classical music for children that has become his best-known work. He authored several books, including Rabbi Santa Claus and Diary of a Leaf.

Tripp was born in New York City. He held a master's degree in education.

Early in his career, he was the host of Mr. I. Magination, which was aired by CBS from 1949 to 1952 featuring him as a train engineer who took children through a tunnel to meet with representatives of different occupations. Tripp later hosted Birthday House, a live (later taped) daily morning children's show on WNBC that aired in New York for four years starting in 1963. A book of his, The Christmas That Almost Wasn't, was produced as a movie in Rome in 1966, for which Tripp provided the screenplay and played a lead role.

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Hair Color Dark brown
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Nationality American
Race / ethnicity White

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