Actor-singer was on Broadway
Actor-singer-dancer Don Liberto died Aug. 8 in New York of a heart attack. He was 92.
Liberto first appeared on Broadway in 1937’s “Babes in Arms” as a member of the gang. His later Rialto appearances included the tuners “By Jupiter,” “DuBarry Was a Lady,” “Annie Get Your Gun” and “Look Ma, I’m Dancin’,” in which he played the juvenile lead.
On TV he was featured in telepic “Aladdin” in 1967. He also was featured in Robert Q. Lewis’ radio and TV shows.
There were no immediate survivors.
Donations may be made to the Motion Picture and TV Fund at mptvfund.org.