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James Radomski (born 1932, stage name James Rado, business name James Radomicki), is an actor, writer and composer, most well known for his work writing the musical Hair, for which he won a Grammy Award. He began as an actor, and reportedly did some children's theatre and then moved to New York in the early 1960s, where he appeared in some minor roles on Broadway (including Hair). Since then, he has been involved in the interchanging worlds of theatre and films, mainly being a writer or composer for films. He currently lives somewhere between Hoboken and Tabernacle, New Jersey.
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