Armand Tanny

Male, Deceased Person

1919 – 2009

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Who was Armand Tanny?

Armand Tanny was an American Muscle Beach bodybuilder. He won national titles in 1949 and 1950.

After attending Rochester University, he moved to Los Angeles, transferring to UCLA. He enlisted in the Coast Guard in World War II, serving until discharge due to injury. He completed his degree in physical therapy.

Tanny, the younger brother of fitness entrepreneur Vic Tanny, was a weightlifter prior to becoming a bodybuilder. He placed first in both the 1949 Pro. Mr. America and the 1950 Mr. USA competitions.

Later, as one of a group of bodybuilders in Mae West's nightclub act, he organized a strike when West attempted to reduce pay of the group.

He spent much of his career writing about fitness, and was featured in numerous bodybuilding magazines.

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Born
Mar 5, 1919
Rochester
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Education
  • University of Rochester
Died
Apr 4, 2009

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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