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  • (July 24, 2001 - August 26, 2001) Appeared as Trigorin in Anton Chekhov's The Seagull. Directed by Mike Nichols; starring Meryl Streep, Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Natalie Portman, and Marcia Gay Harden; at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (Summer 2006) "Mother Courage and Her Children", by Bertolt Brecht; adapted by Tony Kushner; at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (2002) Sings the song "BusyBusyBusy" on a Grammy-nominated CD called Philadelphia Chickens.
  • TV commercial (voiceover): Philadelphia cream cheese
  • (2016) TV commercials for Goldfish Crackers by Pepperidge Farm (voiceover). In 3 commercials titled Goldfish In the Car, Goldfish on a Snow Day, and Goldfish on a School Day.
  • (December 19, 1973 - January 11, 1974) "The Three Sisters," drama; written by Anton Chekhov; translated by Tyrone Guthrie and Leonid Kipnis; directed by Boris Tumarin. Cast: Gisela Caldwell (as "Anfisa, the nanny") [Broadway debut], Leah Chandler (as "Dounyasha. a Maid"), Peter Dvorsky (as "Ferapont, Courier for the City Council"), Benjamin Hendrickson (as "Andrei Prozorov"), Cynthia Herman (as "Natalya Ivanovna, Andrei's fiancee/wife"), Kevin Kline (as "Vershinin/Lt. Colonel, Battery Commander") [Broadway debut], Patti LuPone (as "Irina, Andrei's sister"), Mary-Joan Negro (as "Masha, Andrei's sister"), Mary Lou Rosato (as "Olga, Andrei's sister"), Jared Sakren (as "Rode/Second Lieutenant"), David Schramm (as "Chebutykin/ Army doctor"), Gerald Shaw (as "Fedotik/Second Lieutenant"), Norman Snow (as "Baron Tuzenbach/Lieutenant"), David Ogden Stiers (as "Kulygin, Masha's husband") [Broadway debut], Sam Tsoutsouvas (as Solyony/Captain"). Produced by City Center Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director. Margot Harley, Producing Director. Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director); on Broadway, at the Billy Rose Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (1973) The Beggar's Opera
  • Measure for Measure (1973). Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Virgil Thomson. Directed by John Houseman. Billy Rose Theatre: 26 Dec 1973- 11 Jan 1974 (7 performances/This production played in repertory with The Three Sisters, The Beggar's Opera, Scapin, Next Time I'll Sing to You).
  • (1973) Scapin
  • (1975) The Robber Bridegroom
  • (1975) Edward II (Revival).
  • (1975) The Time of Your Life, Comedy (revival).
  • (1975) The Three Sisters, Drama (revival).
  • (1978) On the Twentieth Century.
  • (1979) Loose Ends
  • (1981) The Pirates of Penzance, Musical (revival).
  • (1985) Arms and the Man
  • (1995) "The Tempest," dramatic revival, written by William Shakespeare.
  • (1996) Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk." Musical/dance.
  • (1997) "Ivanov," dramatic revival; written by Anton Chekhov.
  • (2002) "Short Talks on the Universe," Special production/monologue.
  • (2003) Stage Play: The Play What I Wrote. Comedy. Written by Hamish McColl, Sean Foley and Eddie Braben. Lyceum Theatre: 30 Mar 2003- 15 Jun 2003 (89 performances + 27 previews that began on 7 Mar 2003). Cast: Sean Foley (as "Sean"), Hamish McColl (as "Hamish"), Toby Jones (as "Arthur"), Kevin Kline (as "Mystery Guest Star "). Alan Alda (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Jason Biggs (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Zoe Caldwell [During previews] (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Glenn Close (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Jeff Goldblum (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Holly Hunter (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Nathan Lane [During previews] (as "Mystery Guest Star"), John Lithgow (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Eric McCormack (as "Mystery Guest Star"), John McEnroe (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Roger Moore (as "Mystery Guest Star"), [During previews] (as "Mystery Guest Star"), [from 7 Mar 2003 - ?], Liam Neeson [During previews] (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Rosie Perez (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Al Roker (as "Mystery Guest Star"), Paul Rudd (as "Mystery Guest Star"). Produced by David Pugh, Joan Cullman, Mike Nichols, Hamilton South, Charles Whitehead and Stuart Thompson.
  • (2003) Stage Play: Henry IV. Historical drama (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Adaptation: Dakin Matthews. Incidental music by Mark Bennett. Associate Director: Matt August. Scenic Design by Ralph Funicello. Directed by Jack O'Brien. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 20 Nov 2003- 18 Jan 2004 (58 performances + 20 previews that began on 28 Oct 2003). Cast: Tyrees Allen (as "Earl of Westmoreland"), Anastasia Barzee (as "Lady Mortimer"), Terry Beaver (as "Earl of Northumberland"), Tom Bloom (as "Archbishop of York/Justice Silence"), Christine Marie Brown (as "Ensemble"), Stevie Ray Dallimore (as "Lord Hastings"), Stephen DeRosa (as "Bardolph"), Richard Easton (as "King Henry IV"), Genevieve Elam (as "Doll Tearsheet"), Peter Jay Fernandez (as "Sir Richard Vernon"), Scott Ferrara (as "Edmund Mortimer"), Ethan Hawke (as "Henry Percy, Hotspur"), Michael Hayden (as "Henry, "Hal," Prince of Wales, son to the King"), Dana Ivey (as "Lady Northumberland/Mistress Quickly"), Byron Jennings (as "Thomas Percy, Earl of Worcester"), Albert Jones (as "Ensemble"), Ty Jones (as "Nym/Ensemble"), Kevin Kline (as "Sir John Falstaff"), Aaron Krohn (as "Francis"), David Manis (as "Pistol"), Dakin Matthews (as "Chief Justice Warwick/Owen Glendower"), Audra McDonald (as "Lady Percy"), Jed Orlemann (as "Ralph/Davy"), Lorenzo Pisoni (as "John of Lancaster, son to the King"), Steve Rankin (as "Poins"), Lucas Caleb Rooney (as "Ensemble"), Daniel Stewart Sherman (as "Ensemble"), Corey Stoll (as "Ensemble"), Baylen Thomas (as "Ensemble"), Jeff Weiss (as "Justice Shallow"), Nance Williamson (as "Ensemble"), C.J. Wilson (as "Earl of Douglas"), Richard Ziman (as "Ensemble"). Understudies: Christine Marie Brown (as "Davy/Doll Tearsheet/Lady Mortimer/Lady Percy"), Stevie Ray Dallimore (as "Earl of Westmoreland/Poins/Thomas Percy"), Stephen DeRosa (as "Justice Shallow/Justice Silence"), Peter Jay Fernandez (as "Earl of Northumberland"), Scott Ferrara (as "Henry Percy"), Albert Jones (as "Nym"), Ty Jones (as "Sir Richard Vernon"), Aaron Krohn (as "Bardolph"), David Manis (as "Sir John Falstaff"), Dakin Matthews (as "King Henry IV"), Jed Orlemann (as "John of Lancaster"), Lorenzo Pisoni (as "Henry"), Lucas Caleb Rooney (as "Earl of Douglas"), Baylen Thomas (as "Edmund Mortimer/Lord Hastings), Nance Williamson (as "Lady Northumberland/Mistress Quickly"), C.J. Wilson (as "Pistol") and Richard Ziman (as "Archbishop of York/Chief Justice Warwick/Owen Glendower"). Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director. Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer).
  • (October 12, 2007 - January 6, 2008) "Cyrano de Bergerac," dramatic revival; written by Edmond Rostand; directed by David Leveaux; with Jennifer Garner (portraying Roxane, Cyrano's cousin); Kevin Kline (portraying Cyrano de Bergerac, a Gascon); Daniel Sunjata (portraying Christian De Neuvillette); Max Baker portraying Ragueneau, a pastry cook); Euan Morton (portraying Ligniere, the poet and Théophraste Renaudot, a journalist); Chris Sarandon (portraying Comte de Guiche); John Douglas Thompson (portraying Le Bret); Concetta Tomei (portraying Roxane's Duenna and Sister Marthe); Stephen Balantzian (portraying Gascony Cadet); Tom Bloom (portraying Montfleury, a tragic actor and A Porter and Gascony Cadet); Keith Eric Chappelle (portraying Guard and Poet and Gascony Cadet); MacIntyre Dixon (portraying Jodelet, the comedian and A Capuchin and Gascony Cadet); Davis Duffield (portraying Theatregoer's Son and Gascony Cadet); Amefika J. El-Amin (portraying Gascony Cadet); Peter Jay Fernandez (portraying Carbon de Castel Jaloux, Captain of the Gascony Cadets); Kate Guyton (portraying A Food Seller and A Nun); Ginifer King (portraying Actress and Sister Claire); Carman Lacivita (portraying Vicomte de Valvert and Gascony Cadet); Piter Marek (portraying Marquis de Brissaille and Gascony Cadet); Lucas Papaelias (portraying Page and Cook and A Cadet); Leenya Rideout (portraying A Lady and Singer and A Nun); Fred Rose (portraying Poet and Gascony Cadet); Thomas Schall (portraying Theatregoer and Poet and Gascony Cadet); Daniel Stewart Sherman (portraying A Musketeer and Gascony Cadet); Alexander Sovronsky (portraying Page and Cook and A Cadet); Baylen Thomas (portraying Marquis de Cuigy and Gascony Cadet); and Nance Williamson (portraying Lise, Ragueneau's wife and Mother Marguerite); on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (77 total performances, including 21 previews beginning October 12, 2007).
  • (1980) TV commercial: Schlitz Malt Liquor - 'Robin Hood' (Character: Robin Hood)
  • (October 3 to November 15, 1980) He acted in Philip Barry's play, "Holiday," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Sally Kellerman, Maurice Evans and Marisa Berenson in the cast. Robert Allan Ackerman was director. John Lee Beaty was set designer.
  • (1978) Guest vocals on Cristina's disco single "Disco Clone" (ZE Records)
  • (May 18, 2016) Bob's Burgers Live - The Movie
  • (April 5, 2017) Stage Play: Present Laughter

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