Multihyphenate showbizzer Martin Green died in Gotham July 29. He was 89.

Beginning in his late teens, Green worked vaudeville and theater, serving as one of the few white members of Katherine Dunham’s Afro-Caribbean dance troupe and later as business manager of Helen Tamiris of the Dance Cooperative.

In 1940, Green founded and edited the theater and dance magazine Interlude, which was forced to suspend publication when WWII began. As a lieutenant in the Air Force, he managed jazz/classical radio station WKLT in the Aleutian Islands.

Postwar, he worked at Columbia in development.

Green later returned to his native Gotham to work in a number of fields: director and actor in summer stock in Pennsylvania; producer of radio and TV productions; and assistant producer, editor and casting director of the Metropolitan Opera Saturday afternoon radio broadcasts.

In 1968, he began a stint as distributor and producer of educational films at Evergreen Films. He later served as coordinator of sales and PR and fashion consultant for men’s clothing.

He is survived by a sister and nieces, grandnieces and nephews.

A celebration of life service is skedded for 5 p.m. Monday Sept. 8 at the 92nd Street Y in Gotham.