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(1951- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1996) Stage: Appeared (as "Amos Hart") in "Chicago" on Broadway.

Stage: Appeared in "Wicked" on Broadway. Musical.

(early 1960s) Stage: Appeared in Guy Lombardo's production of "Paradise Island" at the Jones Beach Amphitheater on Long Island.

(1966). Stage Play: Cabaret. Musical/drama. Book by Joe Masteroff. Based on the play "I Am a Camera" by John Van Druten. Based on stories by Christopher Isherwood. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by David Baker. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Choreographed by Ronald Field. Directed / produced by Harold Prince. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Imperial Theatre 7 Mar 1967- 2 Oct 1968, then moved to The Broadway Theatre from 7 Oct 1968-close): 20 Nov 1966- 6 Sep 1969 (1165 performances + 21 previews that began on 2 Nov 1966). Cast: Bert Convy (as "Clifford Bradshaw"), Jack Gilford (as "Herr Schultz"), Joel Grey (as "Master of Ceremonies"), Jill Haworth (as "Sally Bowles"), Lotte Lenya (as "Fraulein Schneider"), Peg Murray (as "Fraulein Kost"), Edward Winter (as "Ernst Ludwig"), Jere Admire (as "Bobby, Kit Kat Boy"), Barbara Alston (as "Frenchie, Kit Kat Girl"), Ray Baron (as "Bartender"), Bruce Becker (as "German Sailor"), Steven Boockvor (as "German Sailor"), Frank Bouley (as "Maitre D'"), Roger Briant (as "German Sailor"), Kathie Dalton (as "Texas, Kit Kat Girl"), Mary Ehara (as "One of "Two Ladies"), Sol Frieder (as "Herr Erdmann"), Pat Gosling (as "Maria, Kit Kat Girl"), John Herbert (as "Max"), Howard Kahl (as "Custom Official"), Tresha Kelly (as "Telephone Girl"), Mara Landi (as "Frau Wendel"), Miriam Lehmann-Haupt (as "Frau Kruger"), Bert Michaels (as "Victor, Kit Kat Boy"), Eugene Morgan (as "Herr Wendel"), Jayme Mylroie (as "Greta"), Ed Nolfi (as "German Sailor"), Rita O'Connor (as "One of "Two Ladies") Marianne Selbert (as "Fritzie, Kit Kat Girl"), Robert Sharp (as "Felix"), Bonnie Walker (as "Rosie, Kat Girl"), Lynn Winn (as "LuLu, Kit Kit Girl"). Replacement actors during run included: Penny Fuller (as "Sally Bowles"; during vacation), Melissa Hart (as "Sally Bowles") [28 Jul 1969-?], Ken Kercheval (as "Clifford Bradshaw"), Mara Landi (as "Fraulein Kost") [during vacation]. Replacement actors during Broadway Theatre run: Bill Allsbrook (as "German Sailor"), Ray Baron (as "Felix"), Chevi Colton (as "Frau Wendel"), Tandy Cronyn (as "Sally Bowles") [from 30 Jun 1969- ?], Jay Fox (as "Victor, Kit Kat Boy"), Rhoda Gemignani (as "Fraulein Kost"), Anita Gillette (as "Sally Bowles") [from 4 Nov 1968- ?], Chele Graham (as "Rosie, Kit Kat Girl"), Melissa Hart (as "Sally Bowles") [from 28 Jul 1969- ?], Curtis Hood (as "German Sailor"), Ken Kercheval (as "Clifford Bradshaw"), Larry Kert (as "Clifford Bradshaw") [from 9 Dec 1968- ?], Sandy McPherson (as "Frenchie, Kit Kat Girl"), Tod A. Miller (as "German Sailor"), Ralph Nelson (as "German Sailor"), Lenora Nemetz (as "Fritzie, Kit Kat Girl"), Joan Paige (as "Maria, Kit Kat Girl"), Carol Perea (as "Marlene"), Carol Petrie (as "Hulda"), George Reinholt (as "Ernst Ludwig"), Martin Ross (as "Master of Ceremonies"), Robert Scherkenbach (as "Victor, Kit Kat Boy"), Lorraine Serabian (as "Frau Wendel"), Ken Sherber (as "Bartender"), Doug Spingler (as "German Sailor"), Fran Storey (as "Hulda"), Michael Toles (as "Bobby, Kit Kat Boy"), George Voskovec (as "Herr Schultz"), Bonnie Walker (as "One of 'Two Ladies'"), Susan Willis (as "Fraulein Schneider") [from 3 Jun 1969- ?], Erica Yohn (as "Frau Wendel"). Standbys: Despo (as "Fraulein Schneider"), Judy MacMurdo (as "Sally Bowles"). Understudies: Chevi Colton (as "Fraulein Kost"), Robert Scherkenbach (as "Master of Ceremonies"). Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell. Note: Filmed as Cabaret (1972).

(2010) TV commercial (w/Penn Jillette): SuperFocus eyeglasses

(1979). Stage Play: The Grand Tour. Musical. Music by Jerry Herman. Lyrics by Jerry Herman. Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble. Based upon the original play "Jacobowsky and the Colonel" by Franz Werfel. Originally adapted by S.N. Behrman. Musical Director: Wally Harper. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Dance arrangements by Peter Howard. Vocal arrangements by Donald Pippin. Uncredited additional vocal arrangements by Larry Blank. Assistant Choreographer: Mercedes Ellington. Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Directed by Gerald Freedman. Palace Theatre: 11 Jan 1979- 4 Mar 1979 (61 performances + 17 previews, that began on 27 Dec 1978). Cast: Joel Grey (as "S.L. Jacobowsky"), Ron Holgate (as "Colonel Tadeusz Boleslav Stjerbinsky"), Florence Lacey (as "Marianne"), Bjarne Buchtrup (as "Ensemble"), Chevi Colton (as "Mme. Vauclain/Mme. Manzoni/Bride's Aunt"), Carol Dorian (as "Ensemble"), Travis Hudson (as "Mme. Marville, An elegant lady/Mother Madeleine"), Kenneth Kantor (as "Hugo The Hungarian Hercules/Bargeman/Ensemble"), Jack Karcher (as "Cziesno/Ensemble"), Grace Keagy (as "Mme. Bouffier/A Peasant Woman/Bride's Mother/Sister Roland"), Bronna Lipton (as "Swing Dancer"), Debra Lyman (as "Ensemble"), Michelle Marshall (as "Bride/Ensemble"), Bob Morrisey (as "Commissaire of Police/Ensemble"), Stan Page (as "Chauffeur/Peddler/Ensemble"), Tina Paul (as "Ensemble"), Jay Pierce (as "Stiltwalker/Papa Clairon/Ensemble"), Linda Poser (as "Ensemble"), Theresa Rakov (as "Ensemble"), George Reinholt (as "Captain Meuller"), Jeff Richards (as "Swing DancerTheresa Rakov/Ensemble"), George Reinholt (as "Captain Meuller"), Jeff Richards (as "Swing Dancer"), Paul Solen (as "Ensemble"), Jo Speros (as "Claudine/Ensemble"), Jay Stuart (as "Man with Flower in His Lapel"), Gene Varrone (as "Conductor/Bride's Father"), Jeff Veazey (as "Ensemble"), Stephen Vinovich (as "Szabuniewicz"), Mark Waldrop (as "Jeannot/Groom/Ensemble"), Bonnie Young (as "Ensemble"). Standby: Charles Abbott (as "S.L. Jacobowsky"). Replacement actors: Roger Bigelow (as "Swing Dancer") [from 6 Feb 1979 - ?], Lynne Charney (as "Mme. Bouffier"). Produced by James M. Nederlander, Diana Shumlin and Jack Schlissel. Produced in association with Carole J. Shorenstein and Stewart F. Lane.

Stage: Appeared in "Noon and Night" on Broadway.

Stage: Appeared in "Stop the World I Want to Get Off!" on Broadway.

Stage: Appeared in "Come Blow Your Horn" on Broadway.

(1975). Stage Play: Goodtime Charley. Musical. Book by Sidney Michaels. Music by Larry Grossman. Lyrics by Hal Hackady. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Incidental music by Arthur B. Rubinstein. Dance arrangements by Daniel Troob. Musical Director: Arthur Rubinstein. Choreographed by Onna White. Directed by Peter H. Hunt. Palace Theatre: 3 Mar 1975- 31 May 1975 (104 performances + 12 previews, that began on 20 Feb 1975). Cast: Joel Grey (as "Charley"), Ann Reinking (as "Joan of Arc"), Susan Browning (as "Agnes Sorel"), Jay Garner (as "Archbishop Regnault de Chartres"), Richard B. Shull (as "Minguet"), Louis Zorich (as "General George de La Tremouille"), Ed Becker (as "Pope/One of the Citizen, Soldier, Peasant and Hostile Trios/Singer"), Kenneth Bridges (as "Third English Captain/One of the Citizen, Soldier, Peasant and Hostile Trios/First Soldier/Singer"), Rhoda Butler (as "Queen Kate/Singer"), Peggy Cooper (as "Yolande/Singer"), Kathe Dezina (as "Estelle/Singer"), Andy Hostettler (as "Jester/Dancer"), Dan Joel (as "Louis/Dancer"), Grace Keagy (as "Isabella of Bavaria") [Broadway debut], Nancy Killmer (as "Marie/Singer"), Cam Lorendo (as "Servant/Dancer"), Glen McClaskey (as "Dancer"), Ross Miles (as "Servant/Dancer"), Tod Miller (as "Dancer"), Hal Norman (as "Charles VI/Second English Captain/Herald/Third Soldier/Singer"), Julie Pars (as "Dancer"), Sal Pernice (as "Dancer"), George Ramos (as "Servant/Dancer"), Kathleen Robey (as "Dancer"), Charles Rule (as "Phillip of Burgundy/First English Captain/Chef/Guard/Singer"), Jane Ann Sargia (as "Singer"), Patrick Swayze (as "Servant/Dancer"), Brad Tyrrell (as "Henry V/One of the Citizen, Soldier, Peasant and Hostile Trios/Second Soldier/Singer"), Gordon Weiss (as "Jester/Dancer"), Jerry Yoder (as "Dancer"). Standby: Austin Pendleton (as "Charley"). Produced by Max Brown and Byron Goldman. Produced in association with Robert Victor and Stone Widney. Note: Mr. Grey was nominated for Tony Award for Best Actor.

(3/10/11-5/15/11) Stage: Appeared in Cole Porter's musical "Anything Goes," in a Roundabout Theatre Company production at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Sutton Foster in the cast. Cole Porter wrote music and lyrics. P.G. Wodehouse, Guy Bolton, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse wrote the original book. Timothy Crouse and John Weidman wrote the New Book. Kathleen Marshall was director and choreographer.

(1961) Single (w/Roberto Seto): "Bridgette Bardot" / "Bridgette Bardot" (Big Top Records)

(2011) TV commercial, with Rita Moreno and Penn Jillette, for "SuperFocus" eyeglasses.

(1956). Stage Play: The Littlest Revue. Musical/sketches. Sketches by: Nat Hiken [final Broadway credit], Billy Friedberg, Eudora Welty, Mike Stewart, George Baxt, Bud McCreery, Allan Manings and Robert Van Scoyk. Music by Ogden Nash and Vernon Duke. Lyrics by Ogden Nash and Vernon Duke. Additional music and lyrics by John Latouche, Sheldon Harnick, Lee Adams, Charles Strouse, John Strauss, Sidney Shaw, Sammy Cahn and Michael Brown. Musical Director: Will Irwin. Music orchestrated by John Strauss. Additional orchestrations by: Joe Glover and Tommy Goodman. Choreographed by Charles Weidman. Conceived by Ben Bagley. Directed by Paul Lammers. Phoenix Theatre: 22 May 1956- 17 Jun 1956 (32 performances). Cast: Beverley Bozeman (as "Young Woman/Sister/Evans/Show Girl"), Joel Grey (as "Compere/Son/The Vice-President/The Window Washer/Prime Minister"), Tammy Grimes (as "Woman/Mom/Compere/Violet Whichaway"), Mary Harmon (as "Show Girl/Slave Girl"), Dorothy Jarnac (as "Daughter-in-law/The Gamin/Show Girl"), George Marcy (as "Junior/Compere/Wrecker/Escort/Judge"), Tommy Morton (as "Man/Grandfather/Wrecker/Escort/Cop/H. Drexel Groves"), Charlotte Rae (as "Compere/Old Woman/Ecstasy/The Secretary/Millicent Fortescue/Brunhilde Benzine/Mrs. McKenzie"), Larry Storch (as "Man/Dad/The Playwright/Desmond Dupree/Prince") [Broadway debut]. Understudies: Mary Harmon, Jack Kauflin. Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director. Norris Houghton: Co-Founder).

(2012) TV commercial, with Judith Jamison and Penn Jillette, for "SuperFocus" eyeglasses.

(2012) TV commercial, with Richard Meier, Rita Moreno and Penn Jillette, for "SuperFocus" eyeglasses.

(2012) Appeared in an infomercial, hosted by Carol Burnett, for TimeLife's "The Best of the Carol Burnett Show" DVD collection.

(1965). Stage Play: Half a Sixpence. Musical comedy. Book by Beverley Cross; Music by David Heneker. Lyrics by David Heneker. Based on "Kipps" by H.G. Wells. Musical Director: Stanley Lebowsky. Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Jim Tyler. Dance arrangements and orchestrations by Robert Prince. Opening ballet music composed by Robert Prince. Choreographed by Onna White. Assistant Choreographer: Tom Panko. General Manager: Victor Samrock. Directed by Gene Saks. Broadhurst Theatre: 25 Apr 1965- 16 Jul 1966 (511 performances + 4 previews that began on 15 Apr 1965). Cast: Tommy Steele (as "Arthur Kipps"), Sean Allan (as "Photographer/Singer"), Norman Allen (as "Buggins"), Diane Blair (as "Dancer"), Sterling Clark (as "Boy Student/Dancer"), John Cleese (as "Young Walshingham/Helen's brother"), Fred Cline (as "2nd Reporter/Singer"), Grover Dale (as "Pearce"), Lynn Fields (as "Dancer"), Robert Gorman (as "Photographer Asst./Singer"), James Grout (as "Chitterlow"), Michele Hardy (as "Flo"), Reby Howells (as "Emma"), Rosanna Huffman (as "Girl Student/Singer"), Polly James (as "Ann Pornick"), Robert Karl (as "Dancer"), Glenn Kezer (as "Singer"), Reid Klein (as "1st Reporter/Singer"), John Knapp (as "Singer"), William Larsen (as "Carshot"), Sally Lee (as "Victoria"), Will Mackenzie (as "Sid Pornick"), Mercer McLeod (as "Mr. Shalford"), Constance Moffit (as "Singer"), Max Norman (as "Singer"), Carrie Nye (as "Helen Walsingham"), Alan Peterson (as "Dancer"), Louise Quick (as "Kate"), Ann Rachel (as "Gwendolin/Singer"), Sally Ransone (as "Dancer"), Carol Richards (as "Singer"), Pat Ripley [credited as Trescott Ripley] (as "Mrs. Botting"), Ron Schwinn (as "Dancer"), Ann Shoemaker (as "Mrs. Walsingham"), Bill Stanton (as "Dancer"), Eleonore Treiber (as "Laura"). Understudies: Diane Blair (as "Emma/Kate"), Sterling Clark (as "Pearce"), Grover Dale (as "Arthur Kipps"), Robert Gorman (as "Boy Student"), Reby Howells (as "Ann Pornick/Flo"), Robert Karl (as "Buggins"), John Knapp (as "Carshot/Young Walshingham"), William Larsen (as "Chitterlow/Mr. Shalford"), Constance Moffit (as "Mrs. Botting"), Sally Ransone (as "Laura/Victoria"), Carol Richards (as "Girl Student"), Trescott Ripley (as "Mrs. Walsingham"), Ron Schwinn (as "Sid Pornick") and Eleonore Treiber (as "Helen Walsingham"). Replacement actors: Ted Bloecher (as "2nd Reporter/Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Brown Bradley (as "Boy Student/Photographer Asst./Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Jean Cameron (as "Mrs. Walsingham"), Roger C. Carmel (as "Chitterlow") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966] (final Broadway role), Susan Carr (as "Helen Walsingham") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Fred Cline (as "1st Reporter") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Faith Compo (as "Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Patrick Cummings (as "Boy Student/Dancer"), Kathleen Doherty (as "Dancer"), Kathy Doherty Victoria") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Barbara Dombre (as "Gwendolin/Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Gwyda DonHowe (as "Helen Walsingham"), Rex Downey (as "Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Carl Esser (as "Sid Pornick"), Joachim Fels (as "Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Marion Fels (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Ben Gillespie (as "Dancer"), Robert Gorman (as "Boy Student"), Jerry Grant (as "Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Joel Grey (as "Arthur Kipps"), Margot Head (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Sharon Herr (as "Emma") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Loren Hightower (as "Dancer/Pearce") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Rosanna Huffman (as "Ann Pornick"), John D. Irving (as "Young Walshingham, Helen's brother") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Dick Kallman (as "Arthur Kipps"), John Knapp (as "2nd Reporter"), William Larsen (as "Chitterlow"), Richard Lyle (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Alex MacKay (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Charlise Mallory (as "Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Colette Melville (as "Mrs. Walsingham") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Consuelo Moran (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Eric Paynter (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Susan Platt (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Remak Ramsay (as "Young Walshingham, Helen's brother"), Anne Rogers (as "Ann Pornick") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Larry Roquemore (as "Pearce"), Bob Scherkenbach (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Ron Schwinn (as "Sid Pornick") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Jeanne Shea (as "Girl Student/Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Stanley Simmonds (as "Carshot") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Pamela Simpson (as "Mrs. Botting") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Fabian Stuart (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Tony Tanner (as "Arthur Kipps"), George Tregre (as "Dancer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Robert Urquhart (as "Chitterlow"), Henrietta Valor (as "Singer/Gwendolin"), Mimi Wallace (as "Kate") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Tony Wells (as "Photographer/Singer") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Lindybeth Wiles (as "Flo") [from 4 Jul 1966- 16 Jul 1966], Denise Winston (as "Dancer"). Standby: Kenneth Nelson (as "Arthur Kipps"). Understudies: Norman Allen (as "Arthur Kipps"), Fred Cline (as "Carshot"), Faith Compo (as "Girl Student/Mrs. Botting"), Patrick Cummings (as "Pearce"), Kathy Doherty (as "Flo"), Rex Downey (as "Young Walshingham"), Marion Fels (as "Laura"), Margot Head (as "Victoria"), Rosanna Huffman (as "Ann Pornick"), John D. Irving (as "Chitterlow"), Richard Lyle (as "Sid Pornick"), Consuelo Moran (as "Emma"), Eric Paynter (as "Boy Student"), Susan Platt (as "Kate"), Bob Scherkenbach (as "Buggins"), Ron Schwinn (as "Buggins"), Jeanne Shea (as "Ann Pornick"), Stanley Simmonds (as "Mr. Shalford"), Pamela Simpson (as "Mrs. Walsingham"), George Tregre (as "Pearce"), Henrietta Valor (as "Mrs. Botting"). Produced by Allen-Hodgdon Inc., Stevens Productions Inc. and Harold Fielding. Associate Producer: Jane C. Nussbaum.

(1968). Stage Play: George M! Musical comedy. Music by George M. Cohan. Lyrics by George M. Cohan. Book by Michael Stewart, John Pascal and Francine Pascal. Musical Director: Jay Blackton. Vocal arrangements by Jay Blackton. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Scenic Design by Tom John. Costume Design by Freddy Wittop. Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein. Hair Design by Ronald De Mann. General Manager: Allentuck, Azenberg, and Wolsk. Company Manager: R. Tyler Gatchell Jr. Production Supervisor: Jose Véga. Stage Manager: Tony Manzi. Assistant Stage Mgr: Lee Welling and William Falkner. Lyrics and music revision by Mary Cohan. Musical Supervisor: Laurence Rosenthal. Head Music Copyist: Thomas Brown. Assistant Conductor: Robert Stanley. Assistant to Mr. Layton: Wakefield Poole. Press Representative: Frank Goodman and Martin Shwartz. Press Assistant: Abby Quinn Hirsch. Production Assistant: Paula Lorge. Casting: Carol Capelletti. Advertising: Fred Golden and The Blaine Thompson Company. Furs by Reiss & Fabrizio. Animals by Animal Talent Scouts Inc. Choreographed by Joe Layton. Directed by Joe Layton. Palace Theatre: 10 Apr 1968- 26 Apr 1969 (433 performances + 8 previews that began on 8 Apr 1968). Cast: Joel Grey (as "George M. Cohan"), Jerry Dodge (as "Jerry Cohan"), Jamie Donnelly (as "Ethel Levey"), Betty Ann Grove (as "Nellie Cohan"), Jill O'Hara (as "Agnes Nolan"), Bernadette Peters (as "Josie Cohan"), Loni Ackerman (as "Dog Trainer/Second Pianist/Rose/Fay Templeton's Maid"), Jonelle Allen (as "Living Statue/Secretary"), Jacqueline Alloway (as "Fay Templeteon/Draper's Assistant/Wardrobe Lady"), Karin Baker (as "Living Statue/Pushcart Girl"), Susan Batson (as "First Little Girl/Mrs. Red Deer/Sharpshooter's Assistant/Little Girl in Templeton scene"), Bill Brandon (as "Acrobat/Pushcart Boy"), Roger Braun (as "Dr. Webb/E.F. Albee/Living Statue/Ben/Mayor"), Danny Carroll (as "Louis Behman/Bell Ringer/Vendor/Templeton Manager"), Gene Castle (as "Willie/Sharpshooter/Stage Manager"), James Dybas (as "Stagehand/Dog Trainer/Louie/Congressman/Actor"), Harvey Evans (as "Sam Harris/Violinist/Bell Ringer"), Patti Mariano (as "Second Little Girl/Acrobat"), Angela Martin (as "Ventriloquist/Ma Templeton"), John Mineo (as "Drummer/Draper/Dockhand/Judge Anspacher/First Policeman/Man on Street"), Scotty Salmon (as "First Pianist/Acrobat/Bell Ringer/Piano Player"), Kathie Savage (as "Living Statue/Pushcart Girl"), Janie Sell (as "Mme. Grimaldi/Mrs. Baker/Flamethrower's Assistant"), Alan Weeks (as "Buck and Winger/Designer's Assistant/Sailor/Frankie"), Ronald Young (as "Saxophonist/Flamethrower/Bell Ringer/Ship's Captain/Alderman/Accordionist/Director"). Understudies: Jonelle Allen (as "Fay Templeteon"), Karin Baker (as "Agnes Nolan/Nellie Cohan"), Bob Becker (as "Swing Boy"), Bill Brandon (E.F. Albee), Roger Braun (as "Director"), Danny Carroll (as "Jerry Cohan"), Jerry Dodge (as "George M. Cohan"), James Dybas (as "Walt"), Katherine Hull (as "Swing Girl"), Patti Mariano (Josie Cohan), Angela Martin (as "Mme. Grimaldi"), John Mineo (as "Louis Behman/Sam Harris/Willie"), Kathie Savage (as "Ethel Levey"). Produced by David Black, Konrad Matthaei and Lorin E. Price. Notes: (1) Filmed as George M! (1970) (TV) [TV movie]. (2) Mr. Grey was nominated for Tony Award for Best Actor.

(2013) Published the fourth book of his photography, entitled 'The Billboard Papers' through Pointed Leaf Press, New York, NY.

(1998) He acted in John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Chicago," at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Ruthie Henshall, Nicola Hughes, Clarke Peters, Meg Johnson, and Charles Shirvell in the cast.

(1998) He acted in John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Chicago," at the Shubert Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Marilu Henner, Bebe Neuwirth, and Hinton Battle in the cast. Walter Bobbie was director.

(October 2003) He acted in Stephen Schwartz's musical, "Wicked," at the Gershwin Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth, Carole Shelley, and Norbert Leo Butz in the cast.

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