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          Art Garfunkel's Biography

          American musician and actor. As a team with Paul Simon, they wrote and performed songs that were poetic and cogent with social comment. They separated in 1971 and Garfunkel went on to films that included “Catch 22” and “Carnal Knowledge,” 1971. Through the ’80s, he was quite reclusive, staying home and writing poetry, doing a little singing, reading and perfecting his basketball hoop shots. In 1984 he vowed to walk across American, completing the trek in 1996 after making 40 hikes up to 100 miles each.
          The ’90s brought a creative resurgence for the curly-haired singer-composer. He toured Europe to promote his 1996 album “Across America,” released a Grammy-nominated children’s record, “Songs for a Parent to a Child,” performed for President Clinton and voiced the singing moose on the PBS cartoon series “Arthur.” In October 2003, he and Paul Simon initiated one of their rare concert tours together.
          In January 2004, the singer’s limousine was pulled over for speeding, and the police officer found Garfunkel in possession of marijuana. On 4 February 2004, in Hurley, New York, he pleaded guilty and paid $200 in fines.
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