Gordon Ramsey (June 19, 1930 – November 5, 1993) was an American actor and singer, who was based in New York City.
Ramsey was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on June 19, 1930.
After moving to New York in 1958, Ramsey made his acting debut in the Broadway theater musical, The Man Who Never Died.
Some of his notable performances included hosting a local children's television show as "Bozo the Clown" and voicing characters in the animated series Star Blazers. He appeared in the 1979 Broadway musical Carmelina and sang on the show's original cast recording.
In a 1969 episode of the TV show What's My Line?, Ramsey appeared as Bozo the Clown as a Mystery Guest. Later in the same episode, Ramsey appeared as himself without the clown makeup, requiring the panel to guess his line, which celebrity panelist Phyllis Newman did.
He had three children with his wife Barbara Ramsey (nee Brown).
Ramsey died at his home in Grymes Hill, Staten Island on November 5, 1993 of cancer, at the age of 63.
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Episode: "O Youth and Beauty!"