(1984) Music video: Appeared in the Ray Parker Jr.
video "Ghost Busters"
Feature Audio Commentary for The In-Laws
(1979) with Arthur Hiller
, Andrew Bergman
and Alan Arkin
(1956) Stage: Appeared (as "English Soldier") in George Bernard Shaw
's "Saint Joan", at the Phoenix Theatre in New York City in a Cambridge Drama Festival Production with Siobhan McKenna
, Kent Smith
, Ian Keith
, Earle Hyman
, Frederic Tozere
, Michael Wager
, Thayer David
, Earl Montgomery
, Dickie Moore
and Dennis Patrick
in the cast. Albert Marre
was the director.
(mid 90s) TV commercial
s: Toyota Corolla (Japan)
(1992-1993) TV commercial
s: Suntory Whisky Royal (Japan)
(1956) He acted in an off-Broadway
theatre production of Molière
's play, "Don Juan".
(1957) He played the "bartender" in Eugene O'Neill
's play revival, "The Iceman Cometh", at the Circle in the Square Theatre in New York City with Jason Robards
in the cast.
He played "Stalin" in Paddy Chayefsky
's play, "Passion of Josef D.", for a two-week run on stage in New York City.
er of Second Avenue (1971). Comedy. Written by Neil Simon
. Scenic Design by Richard Sylbert
credit]. Directed by Mike Nichols
. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 11 Nov 1971- 29 Sep 1973 (798 performances + 4 previews that began on 9 Oct 1971). Cast: Peter Falk
(as "Mel Edison"), Lee Grant
(as "Edna Edison"), Vincent Gardenia
(as "Harry Edison"), Dena Dietrich (as "Pauline"), Tresa Hughes
(as "Jessie"), Florence Stanley
(as "Pearl"), Wisner Washam
(as "Roger Keating"). Standbys: Mitchell Jason (as "Harry Edison"), Carol Morley (as "Jessie/Pauline/Pearl"). Replacement actors during run: Jean Barker, Barbara Barrie
(as "Edna Edison") [from 5 Jun 1972- ?], Art Carney
(as "Mel Edison") [from 5 Jun 1972- ?], Ludi Claire
(as "Pauline"), Gabriel Dell
(as "Mel Edison"), Hector Elizondo
(as "Mel Edison"), Harry Goz
(as "Harry Edison"), Ruth Manning
(as "Pauline"), Phyllis Newman
(as "Edna Edison"), Rosemary Prinz (as "Edna Edison"), Jack Somack
(as "Harry Edison") [from 22 May 1972- ?], Jennie Ventriss
(as "Pearl"). Standby: Henry Sutton (as "Harry Edison"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber
. Note: (1) Eugene O'Neill Theatre was at the time owned by Neil Simon
[as Nancy Enterprises Inc.]. Note: Filmed as The Prisoner of Second Avenue
(1998) He played "Mr. Peter" in Arthur Miller
's play, "Mr. Peter's Connections", in an off-Broadway
production in New York City.
(2006) Book: "Just One More Thing". New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers ISBN-13:9780786717958
(194) Ossining High School play, "Double Door", Ossining, NY. Played a detective.
(May 3, 1979) Guested on the daytime program "Noontime".
(March 6 to April 25, 1987) He acted in Moss Hart's musical, "Light Up The Sky," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Nancy Marchand, Fritz Weaver, Carrie Nye and Deborah Rush in the cast. Ellis Rabb was director.
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