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Narrator for Roger Zelazny's "Unicorn Variation" on audio cassette.

Narrator for George Lucas Chris Claremont's "Shadow Dawn" on audio cassette.

Narrator for K. W. Jeter's "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Warped" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Terry Brooks's "Talismans of Shannara" on audio cassette.

Narrator for George Lucas and Chris Claremont's "Shadow Moon" on audio cassette.

Narrator for L. Ron Hubbard's "Slaves of Sleep & The Masters of Sleep" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Dafydd Ab Hugh's "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Fallen Heroes" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Jean-Dominique Bauby's "Diving Bell and The Butterfly" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Peter Barsocchini's "Mission: Impossible" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Frank Conroy's "Body and Soul" on audio cassette.

Reader for Margaret Truman's "Murder at the National Cathedral" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Peter David's "Batman Forever" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Glenn Kleier's "The Last Day" on audio cassette.

Among the cast of the "War of the Worlds 50th Anniversary Production", available on audio cassette.

Narrator for "Sci-Fi's Best" (by Roger Zelany, Cliffard D. Simak, et al.) on audio cassette.

Narrator for Mark Frost's "The List of 7" on audio cassette.

Reader for Stanley Pottinger's "The Fourth Procedure" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Roger Zelazny's "The Last Defender of Camelot" on audio cassette.

Narrator for Edward Wellen's "Mind Slash Matter" on audio cassette.

Narrator for George Selden's "The Cricket in Times Square" on audio cassette.

Veteran stage performer whose credits range from Shakespeare to musical theater. In addition to his Tony Award for COCO, he has received three additional nominations for THE GOOD DOCTOR, BIG RIVER, and CITY OF ANGELS.

Played the lead role of Prof. Abronsius in "Dance of the vampires" the musical version of "Fearless Vampire Killers, The (1967)"

(December 2002): Plays Professor Abronsius in "Dance of the Vampires" musical by Jim Steinman, David Ives and Michael Kunze, based on the film by Roman Polanski (Minskoff Theater, New York City, New York, USA).

Starred as 'Scarecrow' on The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz - A Centennial Celebration (2000) presented by The Children's Museum of Los Angeles

Sly Fox (2004). Comedy (revival). Written by Larry Gelbart. Based on "Volpone" by Ben Jonson. Scenic Design by George Jenkins and Jesse Poleshuck. Pre-Show Announcement: Don LaFontaine. Directed by Arthur Penn. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Apr 2004- 29 Aug 2004 (173 performances + 22 previews that began on 12 Mar 2004). Cast: Richard Dreyfuss (as "Foxwell J. Sly/The Judge") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Eric Stoltz (as "Simon Able") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Rene Auberjonois (as "Jethro Crouch") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Elizabeth Berkley (as "Mrs. Truckle") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Professor Irwin Corey (as "Court Clerk"), Bob Dishy (as "Abner Truckle"), Bronson Pinchot (as "Lawyer Craven"), [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Peter Scolari (as "The Chief of Police'[from 12 Mar 2004- 1 Aug 2004], Nicholas Wyman (as "Captain Crouch"), Rachel York (as "Miss Fancy") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Charles Antalosky (as "Sly's Servant"), Linda Halaska (as "Sly's Servant"), Jeremy Hollingworth (as "Sly's Servant"), Robert LaVelle (as "1st Policeman"), Jason Ma (as "Crouch's Servant"), Jeff Talbott (as "3rd Policeman"), Gordon Joseph Weiss (as "2nd Policeman/Bailiff"). Produced by Julian Schlossberg, Roy Furman, Ben Sprecher, Michael Gardner, James Fantaci, Cheryl Lachowicz, Christine Duncan and Nelle Nugent. Produced by arrangement with Andrew Braunsberg. Associate Producer: Aaron Levy, Jill Furman, Debra Black and Peter May.

(1968). Stage Play: King Lear. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by John Morris. Scenic Design by Ming Cho Lee. Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge. Lighting Design by John Gleason. Assistant Scenic Design: Lee Rand Jenkins. Assistant to Mr. Lee: Marjorie Kellogg. Assistant to Ms. Aldredge: Donald Foote. Assistant to Mr. Gleason: Spencer Mosse. Make-Up Consultant: Frederick Nihda. Assistant Director: Amy Saltz. Directed by Gerald Freedman. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 14 Nov 1968- 15 Feb 1969 (72 performances + 4 previews/Production played in repertory with A Cry of Players). Cast: Ruth Attaway (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Attles (as "Ensemble"), Rene Auberjonois (as "Fool"), Gerry Black (as "Ensemble"), Samual Blue Jr. (as "Ensemble"), Philip Bosco (as "Earl of Kent"), Virgilia Chew (as "Ensemble"), Charles Cioffi (as "Duke of Albany"), Lee J. Cobb (as "King Lear of Britain") [final Broadway role], James Cook (as "Ensemble"), John Devlin (as "Duke of Cornwall"), Stan Dworkin (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Elliott (as "Regan, Lear's Daughter"), Stephen Elliott (as "Earl of Gloucester"), Barnett Epstein (as "Ensemble"), Brendan Fay (as "Cornwall's Servant"), Mervyn Haines (as "Messenger to Cordelia/Ensemble"), Douglas Hayle (as "Ensemble"), Martin Herzer (as "Ensemble"), Stacy Keach (as "Edmund, Gloucester's Bastard Son"), Robert Levine (as "Ensemble"), Marilyn Lightstone (as "Goneril, Lear's Daughter"), Don McHenry (as "Old Man"), Judith Mihalyi (as "Ensemble"), Robert Molock (as "Ensemble"), Bill Moor (as "Duke of Burgundy"), William Myers (as "Doctor"), Robert Phalen (as "King of France/Soldier"), Paul Rudd (as "Herald/Ensemble"), Tom Sawyer (as "Oswald, Goneril's Steward"), Joseph Schroer (as "Captain/Ensemble"), Robert Stattel (as "Edgar, Gloucester's Son"), Jean-Pierre Stewart (as "Messenger to Albany/Ensemble"), Ray Stewart (as "Curan"), Barbette Tweed (as "Cordelia/Lear's Daughter"), Susan Tyrrell (as "Ensemble"), Ronald Weyand (as "Gentleman"). Understudies: Charles Cioffi (as "King Lear of Britain"), James Cook (as "Fool"), Jerome Dempsey (as "Curan, Ensemble"), John Devlin (as "Edmund"), Michael Egan (as "Doctor, Duke of Burgundy"), Mervyn Haines (as "Ensemble"), Joan Jeffri (as "Goneril, Regan"), Judith Mihalyi (as "Cordelia"), William Myers (as "Earl of Gloucester, Ensemble"), Robert Phalen (as "Edgar"), Joseph Schroer (as "Duke of Cornwall, Oswald"), Jean-Pierre Stewart (as "King of France"), Ronald Weyand (as "Earl of Kent"). Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving).

The Good Doctor (1973). Written by Neil Simon. Adapted and suggested from stories by Anton Chekhov. Additional lyrics by Neil Simon. Incidental music by Peter Link. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 27 Nov 1973- 25 May 1974 (208 performances + 8 previews that began on 19 Nov 1973). Cast: Rene Auberjonois, Barnard Hughes, Marsha Mason, Christopher Plummer, Frances Sternhagen. Replacement actor during run: Kathryn Walker [from ? Feb 1974- ?]. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg and Eugene V. Wolsk.

(1989 - 1990) Metamorphosis starring Mikhail Baryshnikov, René Auberjonois, T.J. Meyers, Laura Esterman, Madeliene Potter, Mitch Kreindel.

(2003) Audiobook: Still Life with Crows by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2002) Audiobook: The Cabinet of Curiosities by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2012) Audiobook: Two Graves by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2012) Audiobook: Extraction by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2011) Audiobook: Cold Vengeance by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2010) Audiobook: Fever Dream by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2009) Audiobook: Cemetery Dance by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2007) Audiobook: Wheel of Darkness by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2005) Audiobook: Dance of Death by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2004) Audiobook: Brimstone by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Narrator

(2001) He acted in Edward Albee's play, "A Delicate Balance," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays Production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with K Callan, Bonnie Franklin, Bruce French, Katherine Helmond, and Mackenzie Phillips in the cast. Gordon Hunt was director.

(2001-2002) He acted in Edward Albee's play, "A Delicate Balance" in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with K Callan, Bonnie Franklin, Bruce French, Katherine Helmond, and Mackenzie Phillips in the cast. Gordon Hunt was director.

(1967) He directed Alan Bennett, Jonathan Miller, Dudley Moore, and Peter Cook's play, "Beyond the Fringe," in an American Conservatory Repertory Theatre production at the Howell Murray Theater at Ravinia in Chicago, Illinois.

(January 21, 1967) He acted in Moliere's play, "Tartuffe," in an American Contemporary Theatre production at the Geary Theater in San Francisco, California.

(1992) He performed in the gala, "Starry, Starry Night," in American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California for the silver 25th anniversary gala with Annette Bening, Kathryn Crosby, George Deloy, Peter Donat, Gina Farrell, Andrea Marcovicci, Ruth Kobart, Deborah May, Jeff McCarthy, Sydney Walker, Ann Weldon and Gretch Wyler in the cast. Edward Hastings was director.

(January 10, 1996) He performed at the gala event, "A Galaxy on Geary," in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary Theater in San Francisco, California with Annette Bening, Peter Donat, Ruth Kobart, Andrea Marcovicci, William Paterson, David Straithaim, and Michael Tucker in the cast.

(April 10 to May 5, 1963) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Othello," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washignton D.C. with Brock Peters (Othello); Inga Swenson (Desdemona); Ray Reinhardt (Iago); Robert Prosky; Jonathan Farwell; J. Robert Deitz; Kendall Clark; Tom Toner; Alan Oppenheimer; Theron Potter; Bella Jarrett; Harry Bergman; Kelly Jean Peters and Kathleen Carothers in the cast. Robert Green was set designer. Marianna Elliott was costume designer. Rod Colbin was fencing choreographer. Alan Schneider was director.

(February 26 to March 22, 1964) He acted in Ronald Millar's adaptation of C.P. Snow's novel, "The Affair," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Ned Beatty, Robert Prosky, J. Robert Dietz, Ronny Cox, Louis Edmonds, Bella Jarrett, Harry Bergman, George Ebeling, Tom Brannum, Tom Toner, Ray Reinhardt, Robert Van Hooten, James Kenny, Pamela Ritchard, Anthony Zerbe, Peter Tatistcheff and Jonathan Farwell in the cast. Laurence E. Bahler was set designer. Marianna Elliott was costume designer. Mel Shapiro was director.

(October 29 to November 29, 1964) He acted in Charles Laughton's adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's play, "Galileo," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Dana Elcar (Galileo), Ned Beatty, Robert Prosky, Glenn Scimonelli, Robert Stattel, Anne Chodoff, Russell T. Carr, William Jay Smith, Mel Zimmer, Tom Henry Heiman, Morris Engle, James Kenny, John Milligan, Gene Gross, Arnette Jens, George Ebeling, Anthony Zerbe, Don Scimonelli, Alan Oppenheimer, Katherine Justice, Ted D'Arms, Robert Chambers, David Wade Smith, Ronny Cox, John McQuade, Mara Lane, Louise Whitney, Jonathan Eisenberg, Tim Burnham, Douglas Dembling and Stephen Ripley in the cast. Charles Gross was composer. Robin Wagner was set designer. Marianna Elliott was costume designer. Sarah Manno was choreographer. Edwin Sherin was director.

(January 7 to February 7, 1965) He acted in Louis O. Coxe and Robert Chapman adaptation of Herman Melville's novel, "Billy Budd," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Tom Ligon (Billy Budd), Ned Beatty, Robert Prosky, Byrne Piven, George Ebeling, Ronny Cox, Anthony Zerbe, Richard McKenzie, Mel Zimmer, John Milligan, Edward Zang, David Saunders, James Kenny, Burke Byrnes, Alan Oppenheimer, Ted D'Arms, Robert Stattel, David Wade Smith, Robert Chambers, Glenn Scimonelli, Daniel Boyarin, Pic Dawson and Albert Short in the cast. Karl Eigsti was set designer. Marianna Elliott was costume designer. Edwin Sherin was director.

(March 18 to April 18, 1965) He acted in F.D. Reeve's adaptation of Leonid Andreyev's play, "He Who Gets Slapped," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Ned Beatty, George Ebeling, Edward Zang, Janet Ward, Louise Whitney, Ronny Cox, Mara Lane, Alan Oppenheimer, Robert Prosky, Katherine Justice, Anthony Zerbe, Ted D'Arms, James Kenny, Robert Chambers, Stephen Blessington Pic Dawson, Gail Small, Marcellus Stewart, Susan Swinehart and Mel Zimmer in the cast. Robin Wagner was set designer. Marianna Elliott was costume designer. Edwin Sherin was director.

(May 14 to July 25, 1981) He acted in John Driver and Jeffrey Haddow's play, "Chekhov in Yalta," in a world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Gordon Davidson was director. John Conklin was costume designer. Martin Aronstein was lighting designer.

(May 10 to July 26, 1981) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Twelfth Night," was performed at the Mark Taper Forum Theater in Los Angeles, California. Ellis Rabb and Diana Maddox was director. Douglas W. Schmidt was set designer.

(June 12 to August 1, 1982) He acted in Richard Wilbur's English verse translation of Moliere's play, "The Misanthrope," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Diana Maddox was director. Sam Kirkpatrick was costume designer. Martin Aronstein was lighting designer.

(May 21 to July 23, 1983) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Richard III," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Diana Maddox was director.


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