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(1970s) TV commercial: Listerine mouthwash (as a radio d.j. with a beautiful female engineer)

(1980s) TV commercial: Swiss Miss Hot Chocolate

(1970s) TV commercial: Lava soap.

(1970s) TV commercial: TWA airlines.

(Late 1960s) Commercial: Appeared in an intermission commercial for Dr. Pepper soda.

(1969) TV commercial: GTE.

(2001) CD-ROM: Appeared in TV Land Presents Blast from the Past (2001) (VG).

(2002) Stage: Appeared (as "Nat") in "I'm Not Rappaport" by Herb Gardner, Booth Theater, New York City.

(1997) Stage: Appeared (as "Willy Loman") in "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller. Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

(2002) Stage: Appeared in "I'm Not Rapaport", Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ. Also in cast: Ben Vereen.

(1963). Stage Play: Barefoot in the Park. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Directed by Mike Nichols. Biltmore Theatre: 23 Oct 1963- 25 Jun 1967 (1520 performances + 2 previews that began on 21 Oct 1963). Cast: Elizabeth Ashley (as "Corie Bratter"), Kurt Kasznar [final Broadway role] (as "Victor Velasco"), Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Banks"), Robert Redford [final Broadway role before concentrating on film career] (as "Paul Bratter"), Herb Edelman (as "Telephone Man"), Joseph Keating (as "Delivery Man"). Standbys: E.J. Peaker (as "Corie Bratter"), Gene Rupert (as "Paul Bratter"). Understudies: Herb Edelman (as "Victor Velasco"), Ruth Gregory (as "Mrs. Banks"). Replacement actors during run: Ilka Chase [final Broadway role] (as "Mrs. Banks") [from 23 May 1966- ?], Joel Crothers (as "Paul Bratter") [from 29 Aug 1966- ?], Penny Fuller [Broadway debut] (as "Corie Bratter") [from 8 Jun 1964- ?], Eileen Heckart (as "Mrs. Banks") [from 20 Sep 1965- ?], Judd Hirsch [Broadway debut] (as "Telephone Man"), Charles Korvin [final Broadway role] (as "Victor Velasco") [from 20 Sep 1965- ?], Joan McCall (as "Corie Bratter") [from ? May 1967- 25 Jun 1967], Jules Munshin (as "Victor Velasco") [from 21 Feb 1966- ?], Stephen Pearlman (as "Telephone Man"), Robert Reed [Broadway debut] (as "Paul Bratter") [from 7 Sep 1964- ?], Tony Roberts [credited as Anthony Roberts] (as "Paul Bratter") [from 5 Apr 1965- ?], Wood Romoff [credited as Woody Romanoff] (as "Victor Velasco"), Sylvia Sidney (as "Mrs. Banks") [from 4 Apr 1967- ?], Joan Van Ark [Broadway debut] (as "Corie Bratter") [from 23 May 1966- ?]. Standbys: Jed Allan (as "Paul Bratter"), Beverlee McKinsey (as "Corie Bratter"). Understudies: Joseph Keating (as "Victor Velasco"), Ruth Matteson [final Broadway role] (as "Mrs. Banks"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. Produced in association with Ellen Enterprises Inc. Note: Filmed as Barefoot in the Park (1967).

(1976) Stage: Appeared (as "Wiseman" / "Messenger" / "Gambler" / "Judge" / "Joan's Voices") in "Knock Knock" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Jules Feiffer. Directed by Marshall W. Mason [earliest Broadway credit]. Biltmore Theatre: 24 Feb 1976-3 Jul 1976 (152 performances + 8 previews). Cast: Neil Flanagan (as "Abe"), Daniel Seltzer (as "Cohn"), Nancy Snyder (as "Joan"). Standbys: Herman O. Arbeit (as "Abe" / "Cohn" / "Gambler" / "Judge" / "Messenger" / "Wiseman"), Kristin Van Buren (as "Joan"). Replacement actors: Charles Durning (as "Cohn"; from 26 May 1976-?_), Leonard Frey (as "Gambler" / "Judge" / "Messenger" / "Wiseman"; from 6 Apr 1976-?), John Heffernan (as "Abe"; from 26 May 1976-?), Lynn Redgrave (as "Joan"; from 26 May 1976-?). Produced by Terry Allen Kramer and Harry Rigby. Produced by arrangement with The Circle Repertory Company.

(1977) Stage: Appeared (as "George Schneider") in "Chapter Two" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by William Ritman. Costume Design by Noel Taylor. Directed by Herbert Ross. Imperial Theatre (moved to The Eugene O'Neill Theatre from 16 Jan 1979-close): 4 Dec 1977-8 Dec 1979 (857 performances + 7 previews that began on 29 Nov 1977). Cast: Anita Gillette (as "Jennie Malone"), Cliff Gorman (as "Leo Schneider"), Ann Wedgeworth (as "Faye Medwick"). Standbys: Andrea Adler (as "Jennie Malone"), Jean DeBaer (as "Faye Medwick'), Dick Latessa (as "George Schneider" / "Leo Schneider"). Replacement actors during Imperial Theatre run: David Groh (as "George Schneider") [from 3 Jul 1978-?], Delphi Harrington (as "Faye Medwick") [from 2 Oct 1978-?], Dick Latessa (as "Leo Schneider") [from 3 Jul 1978-?], Laurence Luckinbill (as "George Schneider") [from 22 Dec 1978-?], Robin Strasser (as "Jennie Malone") [from 22 Dec 1978-?]. Replacement actors during Eugene O'Neill Theatre run: Susan Browning (as "Faye Medwick") [from 25 Sep 1979-?], Jean DeBaer (as "Faye Medwick"), Dick Latessa (as "Leo Schneider"), Laurence Luckinbill (as "George Schneider"), Marilyn Redfield (as "Jennie Malone") [from 21 Aug 1979-?], Robin Strasser (as "Jennie Malone"), Richard Zavaglia (as "Leo Schneider [from 15 Jun 1979-?]. Standbys: Beverly Ballard (as "Faye Medwick" / "Jennie Malone"), Lou Bedford (as "George Schneider" / "Leo Schneider"), Don Gantry (as "George Schneider" / "Leo Schneider"), George Guidall (as "George Schneider" / "Leo Schneider"), Debra Mooney (as "Faye Medwick" / "Jennie Malone"), Robert Silver (as "George Schneider" / "Leo Schneider"). Produced by Emanuel Azenberg. NOTE: Filmed as Chapter Two (1979).

Talley's Folly (1980). Comedy.

(1985) Stage: Appeared (as "Nat") in "I'm Not Rappaport" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Herb Gardner. Directed by Daniel Sullivan. Booth Theatre: 19 Nov 1985-17 Jan 1988 (891 performances). Cast: Cleavon Little (as "Midge"), Jace Alexander (as "Gilley"), Gregg Almquist (as "Danforth"), Liann Pattison (as "Laurie"), Mercedes Ruehl (as "Clara"), Steve Ryan (as "The Cowboy "). Replacement actors: Richard Council (as "The Cowboy"), Ossie Davis (as "Midge"), Christine Estabrook (as "Clara"), Jane Fleiss (as "Laurie"), Richmond Hoxie (as "Danforth"), Jack Klugman (as "Nat"), Hal Linden (as "Nat"), Josh Pais (as "Gilley"), James Rebhorn (as "Danforth"), Marcia Rodd (as "Clara"), Nancy Travis (as "Laurie"), Dan Ziskie (as "Danforth"). Produced by James Walsh, Lewis Allen and Martin Heinfling.

Conversations With My Father (1992).

A Thousand Clowns (1996).

(1998) Stage: Appeared (as "Marc"; replacement actor 22 Dec 1998-?) in "Art" on Broadway. Written by Yasmina Reza. Translated by Christopher Hampton. Incidental music by Gary Yershon. Directed by Matthew Warchus. Royale Theatre: 1 Mar 1998-8 Aug 1999 (600 performances + 20 previews that began on 12 Feb 1996). Cast: Alan Alda (as "Marc"), Victor Garber (as Serge"), Alfred Molina (as "Yvan"). Replacement actors: Brian Cox (as "Marc"), Henry Goodman (as "Serge"), David Haig (as "Yvan"), Buck Henry (as "Marc") [circa 11 May 1999-8 Aug 1999], 'Wayne Knight' (as "Yvan") [circa 11 May 1999-8 Aug 1999], Joe Morton (as "Serge") [from 22 Dec 1998-?], George Segal (as "Serge") [circa 11 May 1999-8 Aug 1999], George Wendt (as "Yvan") [from 22 Dec 1998-?]. Produced by David Pugh, Sean Connery and Joan Cullman. Associate Producer: Dafydd Rogers and Stuart Thompson.

I'm Not Rappaport (2002).

Sixteen Wounded (2004). Drama.

(1974) TV commercial (PSA): Smoking in the office.

(1972) TV commercial for J.C. Penney Slacks - Actor

(1995) He acted in Herb Gardner's play, "Conversations with My Father," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Bill Bailey, Jane Bertish, and Madeleine Blakeney in the cast. Alan Ayckbourn was director.

(October 7 to Novembe 26, 1977) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "Chapter Two," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Anita Gillette, Ann Wedgeworth and Cliff Gorman in the cast. Herbert Ross was director.

(October 14 to December 19, 1993) He acted in Herb Gardner's play, "Conversations with My Father," in presented by the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson at the James A. Doolittle (University of California) Theatre in Los Angeles, California with J. D. Daniels in the cast. Daniel Sullivan was director. Tony Walton was scenic designer.

(September 24 to November 3, 2013) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "The Sunshine Boys," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Danny DeVito in the cast. Thea Sharrock was director.

(August 11 to October 6, 1979) He acted in Lanford Wilson's play, "Talley's Folly," in the West Coast premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Marshall W. Mason was director. John Lee Beatty was set designer.

(August 9 to October 7, 1979) He acted in Lanford Wilson's play, "5th of July," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Judd Hirsch in the cast. Marshall W. Mason was director. John Lee Beatty was set designer.

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