JAMES K. MCCULLY,  President  &  General Director

Marni Nixon, lovely Titian-haired singer from California, enjoys world-renown as the "Ghostess with the Mostess," as she was dubbed by Time magazine for the unseen role she has performed in the film versions of famous musicals. Time was actually referring to her dubbing voices of such movie-stars as Deborah Kerr in "The King and I" and "An Affair to Remember" (sung in 5 different languages), Audrey Hepburn, in "My Fair Lady", and Natalie Wood in "West Side Story." Such efforts are only a minor segment of her amazing and multifaceted continuing career. Miss Nixon appears as a musical comedy and cabaret performer, opera diva, stage actress, symphony guest artist in both classical and "pops" repertoire, recitalist, recording artist, television raconteuse (and chanteuse), teaches voice and gives Master Classes --- all thoroughout the world. Indicative of her unique status in the theatrical and msuical worlds, Marni Nixon has the honor to be included amoung the few legendary singers listed in The New Groves Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1980). {pic}