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|Birth date:||March 14, 1933|
|Birth place:||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.689 m)|
|Profession:||Record producer, Conductor, Music Arranger, Film Score Composer, Composer, Television producer, Musician, Trumpeter, Film Producer, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Peggy Lipton (m. 1974–1990), Ulla Andersson (m. 1967–1974), Jeri Caldwell (m. 1957–1966)|
|Children:||Rashida Jones, Kidada Jones, Jolie Jones Levine|
|Parents:||Sarah Frances Jones, Quincy Delight Jones, Sr.|
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Quincy Jones Net Worth $300 Million
Quincy might desire his own volume of the Encyclopedia Britannicato document all his accomplishments. His life includes working with a who is who of amusement. He’s recognized the world over, and seems to be someplace in the background of each significant musical occasion (sort of like Tom Hanks’ Forrest Gump). Quincy has been at it for quite a long time. In 1964, he created the theme song for the TV series Ironside. He is also responsible for the opening theme for the slavery-themed mini-series Roots, whichremains one the best-known themes in television history. One of his musical arrangements, “Fly Me To The Moon,” was the first tune played by astronaut Buzz Aldrin when he landed on the moon in 1969. Peggy Lee, Sarah Vaughan and Dizzy Gillespie also gained from his cooperation. He has scored 33 major movies and produced the series that catapulted Will Smith’s career, The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air. As if he wasn’t busy enough, he also founded VIBE magazine and is part owner of SPIN magazine.
In 1968, Jones and his songwriting partner Bob Russell became the first African Americans to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song The Eyes of Love in the Universal Pictures film Banning (film). The exact same year, he became the first African American to be nominated twice within the exact same year when he was nominated for Best Original Score because of his work on the music of the 1967 film In Cold Blood. In 1971, Jones would have the honour of becoming the first African American to be named musical director/conductor of the Academy Awards ceremony.