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(1960) Book {w/Inge Morath'): "Bring Forth the Children: A Journey to the Forgotten People of Europe and the Middle East"

(1957) Album: "The Gypsy and I: Yul Brynner Sings Gypsy Songs" (Vanguard Records)

After his lung cancer had progressed to the terminal stage, Brynner taped a public service message urging others to quit smoking. At his request, the message was aired after his death, preceded by the announcement "Ladies and gentlemen, the late Yul Brynner".

(1975-76)Print ads: Lauder's Scotch whiskey

(c. 1961) Radio: Guest-starred on an episode of the variety series "The Big Show".

(1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Fabrian, inhabitant of Illyria"; Broadway debut) in "Twelfth Night" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Music by Joseph R. Wood, Jr. Scenic / Costume Design by Michael Chekhov. Directed by Michael Chekhov and George Shdanoff. Little Theatre: 2 Dec 1941-13 Dec 1941 (15 performances). Cast: Lester Bacharach, Charles Barnett, Eleanor Barrie, Ronald Bennett, Alfred Boylen, Margaret Boylen, John Flynn, Alan Harkness, Nelson Harrell, Hurd Hatfield (as "Sir Andrew Aguecheek, companion of Sir Toby"), Mary Haynsworth, Daphne Moore, Frank Rader, Ford Rainey (as "Sir Toby Belch, Olivia's kinsman"), Penelope Sack, Sam Schatz, Beatrice Straight (as "Viola"), Mary Lou Taylor. Produced by The Chekhov Theater Players and Michael Chekhov.

(1943). Stage Play: The Moon Vine. Comedy. Written by Patricia Coleman. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Directed by John Cromwell. Morosco Theatre: 11 Feb 1943- 27 Feb 1943 (20 performances). Cast: Robert W. Albury (as "Larkin"), Vera Allen (as "Mrs. Meade, Miss Eloise"), Ruth Anderson (as "Mattie"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Ovid Carter"), Yul Brynner (as "Andre"), Grace Coppin (as "Strother Meade"), Robert Crawley (as "Porter"), Drop Dead (as "Drop Dead"), Biddy Fleet (as "Nic"), Arthur Franz (as "Danny Hatfield"), Will Geer (as "Uncle Yancey Sylvaine"), A. Winfield Hoeny (as "Brother Walt Littlejohn"), Kate McComb (as "Miss Lucy Telfair, Aunt Lullah"), John McKee (as "Rev. Dr. Randolph Hatfield"), Michael Road (as "Fane"), Elmer Snowden (as "Pic"), Haila Stoddard (as "Mariah Meade"), Mary Lou Taylor (as "Ellen Hatfield"), Phyllis Tyler (as "Miss Francie Taylor"), Richard Tyler (as "Zack Meade"), Agnes Scott Yost (as "Mrs. Sylvaine, Miss Bessie"). Produced by Jack Kirkland.

(1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Tsai-Yong") in "The Lute Song" on Broadway. Musical.

(1976) Stage: Starred (as "Odysseus") in "Home Sweet Homer" on Broadway

(1977) Stage: Starred (as "The King") in "The King and I" on Broadway. Revival.

(1985) Stage: Starred (as "The King") in "The King and I" on Broadway. Revival.

(1952) Stage: Starred (as "The King") in "The King and I" on Broadway. NOTE: Won Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical). In 1985 he won a special Tony Award "honoring his 4,525 performances in 'The King and I'."

(1986) TV commercial (PSA): Anti-Smoking TV commercial for the American Cancer Society

(1977) He acted in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "The King and I," at the Uris Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Constance Towers in the cast.

(July 1979) He acted in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "The King and I," at the London Palladium in London, England with Virginia McKenna and John Bennett in the cast. Yuriko was director.

(1979) He acted in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "The King and I," at the London Palladium in London, England with Virginia McKenna and John Bennett in the cast. Yuriko was director.

(????) TV commercial: Fujifilm (Japan)

(December 9, 1974) He acted in Mitch Leigh and Erich Segal's play, "Odyssey," in a world premiere at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.


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