Inducted to the Walk of Fame on February 8, 1960 with 1 star. Comments
Kenny Baker
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September 30,
Monrovia, California, USA

Kenneth Laurence "Kenny" Baker was an American singer/actor who first gained notice as the featured singer on Jack Benny's radio shows during the 1930s.

At the height of his radio fame, and after leaving the Benny show in 1939, he appeared in seventeen film musicals including: and later co-starred with Mary Martin in the original Broadway production of Kurt Weill and Ogden Nash's One Touch of Venus. He returned to radio as a regular performer on Fred Allen's Texaco Star Theater program of 1940-1942. Baker also recorded a number of hymn albums for his church. After retiring from performing in the early 1950s, he became a Christian Science practitioner and motivational speaker.