Marni Nixon
Winner of the 2011 George Peabody Award for
Her Outstanding Contribution to American Music
Marni Nixon
Winner of the 2011 George Peabody Award for
Her Outstanding Contribution to American Music
The artist in her element: Marni Nixon at the piano
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Marni Nixon was the world-renowned singing voice for Marilyn Monroe, Deborah Kerr, Audrey Hepburn, Jeanne Crain, and Natalie Wood,
to name just a few of the celebrated actresses who starred in movie classics that include Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, West Side Story,
An Affair to Remember, The King and I, My Fair Lady, and From Here to Eternity. Marni Nixon was also the mother of the late
pop superstar singer/songwriter Andrew "Thank You for Being A Friend" Gold. (He's on this page too.)

A few years back, Marni lent her soprano supremacy to Mady and Mitchell Stone's "My Christmas Card to You" to add it to the other songs
she'd already made famous, like Get Me to the Church On Time...Tonight...Getting to Know You...Hello Young Lovers...I Feel Pretty...
Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend...On the Street Where You Live...The Rain in Spain...A Spoonful of Sugar...
Shall We Dance...I Whistle a Happy Tune...and I Could Have Danced All Night.

If the sound is turned up on your speakers, you're enjoying Marni Nixon's version of "My Christmas Card to You" right now!
"My Christmas Card to You" writers Mady and Mitchell Stone with Marni Nixon
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The most gracious woman in show business, Marni Nixon, signs a copy of "I Could Have Sung All Night" in the studio of her home in Manhattan (left)
and at an appearance at a New York Barnes & Noble Bookstore
In the 1970s, Marni Nixon toured extensively with
pianists Victor Borge and Liberace, with whom
she's pictured here
Marni Nixon's only son, Andrew Gold, performs his hit "Thank You For Being A Friend"
Marni Nixon shows off her autobiography,
I Could Have Sung All Night
"My Christmas Card to You"
Words & Music by Madeline and Mitchell Stone / Copyright © Emstone Music Publishing
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