MONTY NORMAN was born in London in 1928, the only child of Jewish immigrants from Latvia. From an early age, Norman showed an interest in music; he wrote songs, performed and appeared in radio, television and stage variety shows. Compositions for the West End theatres include Expresso Bongo and Irma La Douce in collaboration with Julian More and David Heneker, with music by Marguerite Monnot. Irma La Douce also ran on Broadway and earned a Tony Award nomination for the music. Other popular titles include Make Me An Offer, Songbook and Poppy. Norman also wrote music for films, including The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll, The Day the Earth Caught Fire, and the beloved theme from Dr. No, the first James Bond film.
Monty Norman, Julian More
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