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Stan Irwin

Portrait of Stan Irwin
Portrait of Stan Irwin

Stan Irwin (1920-2015) was an entertainment manager active in Las Vegas from 1946 until the late 1970s. For many years he served as the vice president and executive producer of entertainment for the Sahara hotel and casino. In addition to managing celebrities such as Johnny Carson and Pearl Bailey, Irwin orchestrated the Las Vegas debut of entertainers such as The Beatles, Marlene Dietrich, and Steve and Eydie Gorme. He also served as president of Temple Beth Sholom in Las Vegas from 1965 to 1966.


Koch, Ed. "Showbiz Innovator Who Brought Big-name Acts to Las Vegas Dies at 94." Las Vegas Sun. February 03, 2015. Accessed July 01, 2016. 

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