Jason Alexander Poster

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  • (1993) Stage: Appeared (as "Lino" / "Wrecker" / "Lenny" / "Punk" / "Uncle Fausto") in "The Rink" on Broadway. Musical. Book by Terrence McNally. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Music by John Kander. Choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Assistant Choreographer: Tina Paul. Directed by A.J. Antoon. Martin Beck Theatre: 9 Feb 1984-4 Aug 1984 (204 performances + 29 previews that began on 12 Jan 1984. Cast: Liza Minnelli (as "Angel"), Chita Rivera (as "Anna"), Ronn Carroll (as "Ben" / "Wrecker" / "Dino's Father" / "Mrs. Silverman" / "Sister Philomena"), Scott Ellis (as "Lucky" / "Wrecker" / "Sugar" / "Punk" / "Arnie" / "Suitor" / "Bobby Perillo" / "Danny"), Kim Hauser (as "Little Girl"), Scott Holmes (as "Guy" / "Wrecker" / "Dino" / "Father Rocco" / "Debbie Duberman"), Mel Johnson Jr. (as "Buddy" / "Wrecker"/ "Hiram" / "Mrs. Jackson" / "Charlie" / "Suitor" / "Junior Miller"), Frank Mastrocola (as "Tony" / "Wrecker" / "Tom" / "Punk" / "Suitor" / "Peter Reilly"). Standbys: Patti Karr (as "Anna"), Lenora Nemetz (as "Angel"). Understudies: Rob Marshall (as "Lino" / "Lucky" / "Tony"), Frank Mastrocola (as "Guy"), Kimi Parks (as "Little Girl"), Jim Tushar (as "Ben" / "Buddy"). Replacement actors during run: Stockard Channing (as "Angel"), Scott Ellis (as "Mrs. Antonelli"), Standby: Mary Testa (as "Angel"). Frank Mastrocola (as "Danny"), Kimi Parks (as "Little Girl"). Standby: Mary Testa (as "Angel"). Understudy: Barclay DeVeau (as "Little Girl"). Produced by Jules Fisher, Roger Berlind, Joan Cullman, Milbro Productions and Kenneth-John Productions (Kenneth D. Greenblatt: President. John J. Pomerantz: Executive Vice President). Produced in association with Jonathan Farkas and Jujamcyn Theaters (under the direction of Richard G. Wolff, President). Associate Producer: Tina Chen.
  • Stage: Appeared (as "Joe Josephson") in "Merrily We Roll Along" on Broadway.
  • (1997) TV commercial: Intel Pentium MMX ("video phone").
  • (1989) Stage: Appeared in (as "The Setter" / "Emcee" / "Pseudolus" / "Pa" / "Cigar" / "Tevye" / "Floy") / provided narrative continuity for "Jerome Robbins' Broadway" on Broadway. Musical revue/dance. Music orchestrated by Sid Ramin and William David Brohn. Music continuity by Scott Frankel. Musical Director: Paul Gemignani. Featuring songs by Irving Berlin ("Miss Liberty" and "Call Me Madam" ["Mr. Monotony"], final Broadway credit during his lifetime), Leonard Bernstein ("On The Town," "West Side Story"), Jerry Bock ("Fiddler on the Roof"), Moose Charlap ("Peter Pan"), Morton Gould ("Billion Dollar Baby"), Hugh Martin ("Look Ma, I'm Dancin'"), Richard Rodgers ("The King and I"), Stephen Sondheim ("A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum") and Jule Styne ("Gypsy," "High Button Shoes," "Peter Pan"). Featuring songs with lyrics by Sammy Cahn ("High Button Shoes"), Betty Comden ("On The Town," "Billion Dollar Baby," "Peter Pan"), Adolph Green ("On The Town," "Billion Dollar Baby," "Peter Pan"), Oscar Hammerstein II ("The King and I"), Sheldon Harnick ("Fiddler on the Roof"), Carolyn Leigh ("Peter Pan"), Hugh Martin ("Look Ma, I'm Dancin'") and Stephen Sondheim ("A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum," "Gypsy," "West Side Story"). Additional text by J.M. Barrie ("Peter Pan"), Betty Comden ("On The Town," "Billion Dollar Baby"), Larry Gelbart ("A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum"), Adolph Green ("On The Town," "Billion Dollar Baby"), Oscar Hammerstein II ("The King and I"), Arthur Laurents ("Gypsy," "West Side Story"), Stephen Longstreet ("High Button Shoes"), Burt Shevelove ("A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum") and Joseph Stein ("Fiddler on the Roof"). "On The Town" and "West Side Story" based on ideas by Jerome Robbins (also choreographer / w/Grover Dale) co-director). "The King and I" based upon the novel "Anna and the King of Siam" by Margaret Landon. "Gypsy" suggested by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee. "High Button Shoes" inspired by the comedies of Mack Sennett. "Fiddler on the Roof" based on stories by Sholom Aleichem. Dance arrangements by Betty Walberg ("A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum," "Fiddler on the Roof"), Trude Rittman ("The King and I") and Genevieve Pitot ("Miss Liberty" and "Call Me Madam" ("Mr. Monotony"). Costume Design by Joseph G. Aulisi ("Peter Pan", "Miss Liberty" and "Call Me Madam" ("Mr. Monotony"), Alvin Colt ("On The Town"), Raoul Pene Du Bois ("Gypsy"), Irene Sharaff ("Billion Dollar Baby," "West Side Story," "The King and I"), Tony Walton ("A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum"), Miles White ("High Button Shoes") and Patricia Zipprodt ("Fiddler on the Roof"). Assistant Costume Design: Mary L. Hayes, Marsha L. Eck and Richard Schurkamp. "West Side Story" Co-Choreographer: Peter Gennaro. Imperial Theatre: 26 Feb 1989-1 Sep 1990 (633 performances + 55 previews that began on 9 Jan 1989). Cast: Charlotte d'Amboise, Robert LaFosse, Susann Fletcher, Nancy Hess, Susan Kikuchi, Michael Kubala, Jane Lanier, Joey McKneely, Luis Perez, Faith Prince, Debbie Shapiro, Scitt Wise, Richard Amaro, Dorothy Benham, Jeffrey Lee Broadhurst, Christophe Caballero, Mindy Cartwright, Irene Cho, Jamie Cohen, Jamie Cohen, Camille de Ganon, Donna Di Meo, Donna Marie Elio, Mark Esposito, Scott Fowler, Angelo H. Fraboni, Ramon Galindo, Nicholas Garr, Gregory Garrison, Carolyn Goor, Michael Scott Gregory, Andrew Grose, Alexia Hess, Louise Hickey, Eric A. Hoisington, Barbara Hoon, JoAnn M. Hunter, Scott Jovovich, Pamela Khoury, Mary Ann Lamb, David Lowenstein, Michael Lynch, Greta Martin, Joey McKneely, Julio Monge, Troy Myers, Maria Neenan, Jack Noseworthy, Steve Ochoa, Kelly Patterson, James Rivera, Tom Robbins, George Russell, Greg Schanuel, Renée Stork, Mary Ellen Stuart, Linda Talcott, Leslie Trayer, Ellen Troy, Andi Tyler, Elaine Wright, Barbara Yeager, Alice Yearsley. Produced by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President), Roger Berlind, Suntory International Corporation, Byron Goldman and Emanuel Azenberg. Produced in association with PACE Theatrical Group Inc. NOTE: Mr. Berlin died on 22 Sep 1989.
  • (1995) TV commercials: Rold Gold pretzels.
  • (1986) TV commercial: McDonalds, new McDLT
  • (2002) TV commercial: Kentucky Fried Chicken.
  • (1980s) TV commercial: Dr. Pepper soda.
  • (1979) TV commercial: Hershey's Kisses.
  • (1990s) TV commercials: Mercedes-Benz autos.
  • (Early 1980s) TV commercial: Good N Plenty candy.
  • (1999) TV commercial: Connectiv.
  • (1999) TV commercial: VISA Check Card.
  • TV commercial (non-speaking, w/Yogi Berra: Miller Lite beer.
  • (2001) TV commercial: DirecTV Program Guide.
  • (2001) TV commercial: Kentucky Fried Chicken.
  • (2002) TV commercial: KFC Popcorn Chicken.
  • (2002) TV commercial (voice over): KFC.
  • (1988) TV commercial: Western Union.
  • Music video: Appeared in / directed music video for Brad Paisley's "Celebrity". Also in video were James Belushi and William Shatner.
  • (2003) TV commercial: Western Union.
  • (9/30/02) Stage: Appeared (as "Joe") in "Merrily We Roll Along" in a one-night reunion benefit concert at New York's Musical Theater Works.
  • (1980s) TV commercial: Dr. Pepper.
  • (1997) TV commercial: Intel Pentium MMX.
  • (2001) TV commercial: KFC.
  • (2005) Album: Sang on "Family Guy--Live In Vegas", in the song "All Cartoons Are Fuckin' Dicks."
  • (2005) TV commercial: Chrysler Corp.
  • (1983) TV commercial: Canada Dry ginger ale.
  • TV commercial: Delta Gold Potato Chips.
  • Stage: Appeared in the off-Broadway production "Forbidden Broadway".
  • (2007) Music video: Directed / appeared in Brad Paisley's video "Online". Also in video: William Shatner, Estelle Harris, Maureen McCormick, Taylor Swift, Kellie Pickler, and Patrick Warburton.
  • Stage: Appeared (as "Harry Truman") in "Give 'Em Hell, Harry!", Tiffany Theater, Los Angeles.
  • (1984) TV commercial: Lipton Onion Soup Mix.
  • Does the voice of a bug in "It's Tough to Be a Bug" at Disney's Animal Kingdom in Orlando.
  • (2010) TV commercial (w/Valerie Bertinelli): Jenny Craig's weight-loss system.
  • (1989) Stage: Appeared in Irving Berlin and Leonard Bernstein's musical, "Jerome Robbins' Broadway", at the Imperial Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Robert LaFosse and Charlotte d'Amboise in the cast. Jerome Robbins was the director.
  • (2011) TV commercial (PSA): The "Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind".
  • (1999) Radio commercials: Oral-B Cross Action toothbrush.
  • (2015) TV commercials: Ford Motor Co. warranty service.

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