A living legend, MICKEY ROONEY is an American treasure. A child prodigy, actor, musician, composer and entertainer whose film, television, and stage appearances span over nine decades. Multiple awards, include the Academy Award, Golden Globe, Emmy Award (Bill) and most proudly the Bronze Star for service in WWll. Beloved for his work as the Andy Hardy character and movie partner to Judy Garland, Rooney's 87 year career endures as the longest of any living actor.
Rooney's breakthrough role as a dramatic actor came in 1938's Boys Town opposite Spencer Tracy. Rooney was named the biggest box-office draw in 1939, 1940, and 1941, literally saving the MGM studio from financial ruin.
Other notable films include Manhattan Melodrama with Clark Gable, Riffraff with Jean Harlow, Babes in Arms-Strike Up the Band and Girl Crazy (all with Judy Garland), National Velvet with Elizabeth Taylor, Requiem for a Heavyweight, It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Breakfast at Tiffany's with Audrey Hepburn, The Black Stallion and Night at the Museum.
Starring with Ann Miller, Mickey was the toast of Broadway in Sugar Babies.
JAN CHAMBERLIN ROONEY, a well known singer in her own right, has been married to Mickey for over thirty years. Jan has the voice of an angel. Whether singing old standards or belting out country western tunes Jan's powerful, melodic voice brings people to their feet.
Mickey Rooney continues to work in film, as well as tour to sell out crowds with his wife Jan in a multi-media live stage production called Let's Put On a Show! A do not miss, must see show. Thank you Mickey and Jan for keeping us entertained all these years.