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Narrator, "Planet of Life" - Discovery Channel (1998)

Narrator of audio book "The Killing Man" written by Mickey Spillane. (1989)

(Nov. 2004) - Starring in Arthur Miller's play, "Finishing The Picture" alongside cast members Linda Lavin, Matthew Modine, Scott Glenn, Frances Fisher, Harris Yulin, and Heather Prete.

Narrator of "The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas" (2003).

Stars as President Richard Nixon in Peter Morgan's play "Frost/Nixon", at the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater, Washington, DC. [November 2008]

(1965- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1965). Stage Play: Danton's Death (Revival). Written by Georg Buchner. New English version by Herbert Blau. Directed by Herbert Blau. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 21 Oct 1965- 27 Nov 1965 (46 performances + 10 previews that began on 12 Oct 1965). Cast: Ruth Attaway, Frank Bayer, Stanley Beck, Alan Bergmann, Roscoe Lee Browne, Mariclare Costello, James Dukas, Gail Fisher, Ray Fry, Robert Gerringer, Michael Granger, James Greene, Edith Gresham, Robert Haswell, Marcie Hubert, Elizabeth Huddle, James Earl Jones, Stacy Keach, Lincoln Kilpatrick, Beatrice Manley, Paul Mann, Claudette Nevins, Robert Phalen, Priscilla Pointer, Tom Rosqui, Robert Stattel, Robert Symonds, Shirley Jac Wagner, Ronald Weyand, Kate Wilkinson, Edward Winter, Louis Zorich. Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Herbert Blau and Jules Irving).

(1965). Stage Play: The Country Wife. Comedy (revival).

(1966). Stage Play: The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Music by Morton Subotnick. Written by Bertolt Brecht. Lyrics by Morton Subotnick. Directed by Jules Irving. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 24 Mar 1966- 18 Jun 1966 (100 performances + 5 previews that began on 18 Mar 1966). Cast: Ruth Attaway, Carolyn Coates, James Dukas, Ray Fry, Michael Granger, Edith Gresham, Robert Haswell, Marcie Hubert, Elizabeth Huddle, Stacy Keach, Judith Lowry [final Broadway role], Beatrice Manley, Brock Peters, Robert Phalen, Priscilla Pointer, Tom Rosqui, Robert Stattel, Robert Symonds, Boris Tumarin, Murvyn Vye, Shirley Jac Wagner, Ronald Weyand, Edward Winter. Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Herbert Blau and Jules Irving).

(1968). Stage Play: King Lear. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare.

(1978). Stage Play: Deathtrap. Comedy/thriller. Written by Ira Levin. Directed by Robert Moore. Music Box Theatre (moved to The Biltmore Theatre 7 Jan 1982- close): 26 Feb 1978- 13 Jun 1982 (1793 performances + 6 previews that began on 21 Feb 1978). Cast: John Wood (as "Sidney Bruhl"), Victor Garber (as "Clifford Anderson"), Marian Seldes (as "Myra Bruhl"), Marian Winters (as "Helga ten Dorp") [died during production run], Richard Woods (as "Porter Milgrim"). Replacement cast: Steve Bassett (as "Clifford Anderson") [from Oct 1979- ?], John Cullum (as "Sidney Bruhl") [from 17 Jul 1979- ?], Farley Granger (as "Sidney Bruhl") [from 17 Mar 1981- ?], Patrick Horgan (as "Sidney Bruhl") [from 27 Nov 1978- ?], Stacy Keach (as "Sidney Bruhl") [from 15 Jan 1979- ?], Daren Kelly (as "Clifford Anderson") [from Oct 1978- ?], William LeMassena (as "Porter Milgrim"), [from Nov 1979- ?], Elizabeth Parrish (as "Helga ten Dorp") [from Oct 1978- ?], Robert Reed (as "Sidney Bruhl") [from 2 Sep 1980- ?], Ernie Pysher (as "Clifford Anderson") [credited as Ernie Townsend]. Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr. and Roger L. Stevens. Note: Produced on film as Deathtrap (1982). Music Box Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no involvement in actual production] and Select Theatres Corporation.

(2011). Stage Play: Other Desert Cities. Drama.

(1993). Stage Play: The Kentucky Cycle. Written by Robert Schenkkan. Incidental music by Jerome Ragland. Scenic Design by Michael Olich. Directed by Warner Shook. Royale Theatre: 14 Nov 1993- 12 Dec 1993 (33 performances + 15 previews that began on 3 Nov 1993). Cast: John Aylward (as "Dragging Canoe/Joe Talbert (1792), Rebecca's father/Judge Goddard/Patrick Rowen (1861), Jed's grandfather/Union Colonel/Gus Slocum/Doctor/Preacher/James Talbert Winston (1954), owner, Blue Star Mining Co./James Talbert Winston (1975)"), Lillian Garrett [credited as Lillian Garrett-Groag] (as "Morning Star (1776)/Star Rowen (1792)/Star (1819)/Julia Anne Talbert (1861), Richard's daughter/Lallie Rowen (1890), Mary Anne's mother/Mother Jones"), Gail Grate (as "Sallie (1792)/Sallie Biggs (1819)/Sureta Biggs (1920), Cassius' wife/Lana Toller, Joshua's secretary"), Katherine Hiler (as "Rebecca Talbert (1792), a neighbor/Rose Anne Talbert (1861), Richard's daughter/Mary Anne Rowen (younger) (1890)/Lucy"), Ronald Hippe (as "Zachariah Rowen (1819), Patrick's son/Randall Talbert (1861), Richard's only son")/ Carl Dawkins/Joshua Rowen Jackson (1920), son of Mary Anne"), Gregory Itzin (as "Jeremiah/Richard Talbert (1861), land owner, son of Jeremiah Talbert/J.T. Wells/Andrew Talbert Winston, a mine boss/Sheriff Ray Blanko"), Stacy Keach (as "Michael Rowen (1775)/Michael Rowen (1776)/Michael Rowen (1792)/Ezekiel Rowen (1861), Jed's father/Jed Rowen (1890), Mary Anne's father/Gun Thug/Joshua Rowen (1954), President, UMW District #16/Joshua Rowen (1975)"), Ronald William Lawrence (as "Taskwan/Jessie Biggs, Sallie's son, also a slave/Boatman/Cassius Biggs (1920), miner/bootlegger/Franklin Biggs (1954), owner of Biggs & Son/Franklin Biggs (1975)"), Scott MacDonald (as "Patrick Rowen (1792), Michael's son/Patrick Rowen (1819)/Tommy Nolan/Silus, a miner/Scott Rowen (1954), son of Joshua and new UMW district field rep"), Tuck Milligan (as "Sam/Ezekiel Rowen (1819), Patrick's son/Jed Rowen (1861)/Tommy Jackson (1890)/Abe Steinman/Calvin Hayes, a local president in District #16/Frank"), Randy Oglesby (as "Earl Tod/Deputy Grey/Sharecropper #1/William Clark Quantrill/Tommy Jackson (1920), husband of Mary Ann/Stucky, District #16 security officer/Steve"), Jeanne Paulson (as "Joleen Rowen (1861), Jed's mother"), Mary Anne Rowen (older) (1890), Mary Anne Rowen Jackson (1920), Margaret Rowen (1954), wife of Joshua"), Stephen Lee Anderson (as "Cherokee Warrior/Rebel #2/Chuck, a local president in District #16/Ensemble"), Michael Hartman (as "Deputy O'Sullivan/Union Soldier #1/Man in the Woods/Greg, a local president in District #16/Bob Smalley, Blue Star Mine guard/Ensemble"), Philip Lehl (as "Cherokee Warrior/Sharecropper #2/Ensemble"), Patrick Page (as "Cherokee Warrior/Rebel #1/Mackie, a miner/Gun Thug/Mike, a local president in District #16/Ensemble"), Susan Pellegrino (as "Ensemble"), James Ragland (as "Guitar Player/Banjo Player/Ensemble"), Jennifer Rohn (as "Ensemble"), Novel Sholars (as "Ensemble"), Lee Simon Jr. (as "Cherokee Warrior/Union Soldier #2/Jefferson Biggs (1954), son of Franklin/Ensemble"). Understudies: Stephen Lee Anderson (as "Abe Steinman/Calvin Hayes/Deputy Grey/Earl Tod/Ezekiel Rowen (1819)/Frank/Jed Rowen (1861)/Sam/Sharecropper #1/Steve/Stucky/Tommy Jackson (1890)/Tommy Jackson (1920)") [Broadway debut], Michael Hartman (as "Doctor/Dragging Canoe/Gus Slocum/James Talbert Winston (1954)/James Talbert Winston (1975)/Joe Talbert (1792)/Judge Goddard/Patrick Rowen (1861)/Preacher/Union Colonel"), Philip Lehl (as "Abe Steinman, Calvin Hayes/Carl Dawkins/Ezekiel Rowen (1819)/Frank/Jed Rowen (1861)/Joshua Rowen Jackson (1920)/Randall Talbert (1861)/Sam/Tommy Jackson (1890)/Zachariah Rowen (1819)")/Patrick Page (as "Andrew Talbert Winston/J.T. Wells/Jeremiah/Patrick Rowen (1792)/Patrick Rowen (1819)/Richard Talbert (1861)/Scott Rowen (1954)/Sheriff Ray Blanko, Silus, Tommy Nolan"), Larry Paulson (as "Ensemble"), Susan Pellegrino (as "Joleen Rowen (1861)/Julia Anne Talbert (1861)/Lallie Rowen (1890)/Margaret Rowen (1954)/Mary Anne Rowen (older) (1890)/Mary Anne Rowen Jackson (1920)/ Morning Star (1776)/Mother Jones/Star (1819)/Star Rowen (1792)"), Jennifer Rohn (as "Lucy/Mary Anne Rowen (younger) (1890)/Rebecca Talbert (1792), Rose Anne Talbert (1861)"), Novel Sholars (as "Lana Toller/Sallie (1792)/Sallie Biggs (1819)/Sureta Biggs (1920)") and Lee Simon Jr. (as "Boatman/Cassius Biggs (1920)/Franklin Biggs (1954)/Franklin Biggs (1975)/Jessie Biggs/Taskwan"). Produced by David Richenthal, Gene R. Korf, Roger L. Stevens, Jennifer Manocherian, Annette Niemtzow, Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum (Gordon Davidson, Artistic Director. Charles Dillingham, Managing Director), Intiman Theatre Company and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Produced in association with Benjamin Mordecai.

(1969). Stage Play: Indians. Written by Arthur Kopit. Music by Richard Peaslee. Choreographed by Julie Arenal. Directed by Gene Frankel. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 13 Oct 1969- 3 Jan 1970 (96 performances + 16 previews). Cast: Stacy Keach (as "Buffalo Bill"), Manu Tupou (as "Sitting Bull"), Tom Aldredge (as "Senator Logan"), Clinton Allmon (as "Cowboy") [Broadway debut], Juan Antonio (as "Naiche"), Dimitra Arliss (as "Teskanjavila"), Philip Arsenault (as "Low Dog"), Yusef Bulos (as "Interpreter"), Kevin Conway (as "Black Hawk"), Ronny Cox (as "Jesse James/Reporter"), Darryl Croxton (as "Master Valet/Reporter"), Peter DeMaio (as "Touch-the-Clouds"), Princeton Dean (as "Kiokuk"), Brian Donohue (as "Valet/Bartender/Reporter"), Dortha Duckworth (as "First Lady"), Charles Durning (as "Ned Buntline"), Michael Ebbin (as "Old Taza"), Wesley Fata (as "Yellow Cloud"), Jay Fletcher (as "Little Hawk"), Tom Fletcher (as "White Antelope"), Ted Goodridge (as "Howling Wolf"), Pamela Grey (as "Annie Oakley"), Bob Hamilton (as "Trial Soldier/Cowboy"), Edward Henkel (as "Satanta"), Barton Heyman (as "Wild Bill Hicock"), Raul Julia (as "Grand Duke Alexis/Uncas/Poncho"), Dino Laudicina (as "Crazy Horse"), Peter MacLean (as "Ol' Time President/Colonel Forsyth"), Richard McKenzie (as "Senator Dawes"), Robert McLane (as "He-Who-Hears-Thunder"), Richard Miller (as "Cowboy"), George Mitchell (as "Chief Joseph"), Richard Nieves (as "Trial Soldier/Cowboy"), Richard Novello (as "Valet/Lieutenant"), Leon Oxman (as "Indian Drummer"), Tony Posk (as "White House Orchestra"), Joseph Ragno (as "Valet"), Jon Richards (as "Senator Morgan"), Ed Rombola (as "Geronimo/Billy the Kid"), Peter Rosenfelt (as "White House Orchestra"), Allan Silverman (as "Indian Drummer"), James J. Sloyan (as "Spotted Tail"), Andy Torres (as "Red Cloud"), Pascual Vaquer (as "Tecumseh"), Sam Waterston (as "John Grass"), Gary Weber (as "Kicking Bear"). Produced by Lyn Austin, Oliver Smith, Joel W. Schenker and Roger L. Stevens. Associate Producer: Steve Sinn.

(1998) He acted in Yasmina Reza's play, "Art," at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with David Dukes and George Wendt in the cast. Matthew Warchus was director.


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