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  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • Replaced Topol in the pre-Broadway tour of the David Merrick production of Stephen Schwartz's musical "The Baker's Wife".
  • Appears on the cast recording for Alan Jay Lerner's "Carmelina" He did not create the role on stage but replaced Ceasare Cepi who was unavailable for the recording session.
  • That Championship Season (1972). Written by Jason Miller. Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto. Directed by A.J. Antoon [earliest Broadway credit]. Booth Theatre: 14 Sep 1972- 21 Apr 1974 (700 performances + 3 previews that began on 11 Sep 1972). Cast: Charles Durning (as "George Sikowski"), Richard Dysart (as "Coach"), Walter McGinn (as "Tom Daley"), Michael McGuire (as "James Daley"), Jason Miller (as "Basketball game announcer") [Recorded voice only], Paul Sorvino (as "Phil Romano"). Understudies: Joseph Mascolo (as "Phil Romano"), Ron McClary (as "George Sikowski"), Bernie McInerney (as "James Daley/Tom Daley"). Replacement actors during run: Pat Hingle (as "Coach"), Joseph Mascolo (as "Phil Romano"), Richard McKenzie (as "George Sikowski"). Understudy: Harry Bellaver (as "Coach"). Produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp, Producer). Associate Producer: Bernard Gersten.
  • Narrates "The Big House" for The History Channel, a series that examines the history and reality of America's most famous prisons.
  • Starred opposite Patty LuPone in the off-Broadway musical "The Baker's Wife", by Stephen Schwartz.
  • (March 2006) : Plays Tony in "The Most Happy Fella" musical by Frank Loesser (New York State Theater, New York City, New York, USA).
  • Co-starred with future Law & Order actor Michael Moriarty Michael in "The Stuff" (1985).
  • (1965) Stage Play: Skyscraper. Musical comedy. Book by Peter Stone. Music by Jimmy Van Heusen. Lyrics by Sammy Cahn. Based on "Dream Girl" by Elmer Rice. Musical Director: John Lesko. Music orchestrated by Fred Werner. Dance arrangements by Marvin Laird. Choreographed by Michael Kidd. Directed by Cy Feuer. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 13 Nov 1965- 11 Jun 1965 (248 performances + 22 previews that began on 20 Oct 1965). Cast: Julie Harris (as "Georgina"), Peter Marshall (as "Timothy Bushman"), Charles Nelson Reilly (as "Roger Summerhill"), Donald Burr (as "Mr. Allerton"), Nancy Cushman (as "Mrs. Allerton"), Rex Everhart (as "Stanley"), Dick O'Neill (as "Herbert Bushman"), Lesley Stewart (as "Charlotte"), John Anania (as "the Waiter/Singer"), Ken Ayers (as "Cab Driver/Singer"), Barbara Beck (as "Dancer"), Eeanor Bergquist (as "Singer"), Burt Bier (as "Mayor/Auctioneer/Singer"), Walter P. Brown (as "Jazz Musician/Singer"), Trudy Carson (as "Dancer"), Ray Chabeau (as "Dancer"), Pola Chapelle (as "Paola") [Appeared in film sequence only], Marilyn Charles (as "Dancer"), Georgia Creighton (as "Woman Customer/Singer"), Ceil Delli (as "Second Woman Customer/Singer"), Suzanne France (as "Dancer"), Gene Gavin (as "Dancer"), Ellen Graff (as "Dancer"), Christian Grey (as "Photographer/Singer"), Curtis Hood (as "Dancer"), Lauren Jones (as "Dancer"), Gene Kelton (as "Dancer"), Maryann Kerrick (as "Singer"), Ray Kirchner (as "Dancer"), Richard Korthaze (as "Doctor/Dancer"), Darrell Notara (as "Dancer"), Randy Phillips (as "Singer"), Renata Powers (as "Dancer"), Casper Roos (as "Singer"), Paul Sorvino (as "Francesco") [Appeared in film sequence only], Bill Starr (as "Dancer"), Kent Thomas (as "Dancer"). Replacement actors: Scott Hunter (as "Dancer"), Michael Vita (as "Dancer"). Produced by Cy Feuer & Ernest H. Martin.
  • TV commercial for "Nortel."
  • (2014) Music video for Iggy Azalea: "Black Widow"

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