: Played "Kenny Kendal" in "The Changing Room", a play by David Storey
on Broadway at the Morosco Theatre, New York City, New York, USA. Won 1973 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play and Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance.
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In general, my basic rule of thumb is just act in things you would want to see yourself in. I have a taste for all kinds of movies. Usually, it's a question of whether it will be fun, whether I respect the people behind it, whether I would like to work with them. I'm sure I'm a serious-minded actor, but I still value the frivolity of acting. It's a real exuberant, entertaining thing to do. I ...
Attended Harvard College and graduated with a Bachelor's degree magna cum laude in history and literature (1967). He lived in Adams House as an undergraduate. Lithgow later served on Harvard's Board of Overseers.
Receding hairline and bold blue eyes