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(1966) Played the lead role in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" on Broadway. Never officially opened.

(1980) Starred in the drama "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" with James Naughton.

(1988) Appeared in A.R. Gurney's play "Sweet Sue" with Lynn Redgrave.

(2002) Played a supporting role in "Thoroughly Modern Millie" on Broadway.

(1998) TV commercials for Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International.

(1970) Filmed a 3-minute mini-pilot, for "Mary Tyler Moore" (1970), entitled "Love is All Around". The pilot was produced for CBS executives and featured Moore in a scene with Edward Asner in an effort to sell the executives on his casting.

(2003) (USA) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation commercial

(2005) TV commercial for TV Land Network

(2009) Bernadette Peters: A Special Concert for Broadway Barks Because Broadway Cares. (Special/benefit concert). Musical Director: Marvin Laird. Assistant Director: Christopher J. Berens. Directed by Richard Jay-Alexander. Minskoff Theatre: 9 Nov 2009 (1 performance). Cast: Bernadette Peters, Mary Tyler Moore, Kyle Barisich, Joy Franz, Merle Louise, Kay McClelland, Michael McGowan, Greg Mills, Lauren Mitchell, Matthew Tweardy-Torres. Produced by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

(1987) "Sweet Sue". Written by A.R. Gurney Jr. Directed by John Tillinger. Music Box Theatre (moved to the Royale Theatre 1 Apr 1987 - close): 8 Jan 1987 - 31 May 1987 (164 performances + 16 previews that began on 26 Dec 1986). Cast: Mary Tyler Moore (as "Susan"), Lynn Redgrave (as "Susan Too"), John K. Linton (as "Jake"), Barry Tubb (as "Jake Too"). Understudy: Steven Flynn (as "Jake/Jake Too"). Produced by Arthur Whitelaw, Dick Button and Byron Goldman. Associate Producer: Norma Langworthy and David Langworthy. Produced by arrangement with the Williamstown Theatre Festival (Nikos Psacharopoulos, Artistic Director).

(October 3, 1978) Guested on the daily program "Noontime" hosted by Mike Keen.

(1954) TV commercial for Hotpoint dishwashers, playing the character Happy Hotpoint.


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