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Has been nominated for a Tony Award 6 times, winning in 1989 as Best Actor in a Play for "Lend Me a Tenor".

In 1998 he was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame.

TV commercials for GE Lightbulbs (voice) (1998-99)

Voice of the educated Persian cat in the TV commercial for Tidy Cat Crystals Blend (2001)

(2000) Starred as "Neils Bohr" in the Broadway production of Michael Frayn's "Copenhagen".

(October 2004 - January 2005): Played "Juror #3" in the Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway debut of Reginald Rose's play "Twelve Angry Men".

(April 2005): Played "Grandpa Potts" in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang", a musical by Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, adapted by Jeremy Sams (Hilton Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).

(2008) He has been the voice of commercials for the Lexus automobile on television and radio for several years.

(October 2006): Played "Captain Shotover" in "Heartbreak House", a play by George Bernard Shaw on Broadway (American Airlines Theater, New York City, New York, USA).

(March 2009): Played "Senator Rawkins" in "Finian's Rainbow", a musical by Burton Lane, E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy (New York City Center, New York City, New York, USA).

(1970). Stage Play: Operation Sidewinder. Written by Sam Shepard. Music composed and performed by The Holy Modal Rounders. Directed by Michael Schultz. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 12 Mar 1970- 25 Apr 1970 (52 performances + 13 previews). Cast: José Barrera (as "Indian"), Paul Benjamin (as "Blade/Indian"), Roberts Blossom (as "Billy"), Gregory Borst (as "Indian"), Philip Bosco (as "Captain Bovine"), Catherine Burns (as "Carhop"), Ralph Drischell (as "1st Cohort"), Barbara Eda-Young (as "Honey"), Gus Fleming (as "Cadet/Indian"), Ray Fry (as "Doctor Vector"), Robert Keesler (as "Indian"), Michael Levin (as "Spider Lady/Indian"), Clark Luis (as "Indian"), Joseph Mascolo (as "Colonel Warner"), Richard Mason (as "Indian"), Muriel Miguel (as "Indian"), Michael Miller (as"Mechanic/3d Desert Tactical Troop"), Louis Mofsie (as "Indian"), Santos Morales (as "Indian"), Garrett Morris (as "Blood/Indian"), Jean-Daniel (as "Indian"), Charles Pegues (as "Dude"), Robert Phalen (as "Dukie/Captain/2d Desert Tactical Troop"), Don Plumley (as "Mickey Free"), Joan Pringle (as "Edith/Indian"), Robert Riggs (as "Forest Ranger/1st Desert Tactical Troop"), Andy Robinson (as "Young Man"), Arthur Sellers (as "2d Cohort"), Paul Sparer (as "General Bowser"), Barbara Spiegel (as "Indian"). Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving).

(1980). Stage Play: Major Barbara. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Stephen Porter. Circle in the Square Theatre: 26 Feb 1980- 30 Mar 1980 (40 performances + 28 previews that began on 1 Feb 1980). Cast: Philip Bosco (as "Andrew Undershaft, husband to Lady Britomart"), Paddy Croft (as "Rummy Mitchens"), Jon DeVries (as "Bill Walker"), Rachel Gurney (as "Lady Britomart Undershaft"), Frank Hamilton (as "Peter Shirley"), Laurie Kennedy (as "Barbara Undershaft, Lady Britomart's daughter, Major of the Salvation Army"), Nicolas Surovy (as "Adolphus Cusins, Barbara's fiancé"), Norman Allen (as "Snobby Price"), Rand Bridges (as "Charles Lomax, Sarah's fiancé"), Donald Buka (as "Morrison, butler to Lady Britomart"), Amanda Carlin (as "Jenny Hill"), Joan Croydon (as "Mrs. Baines, Colonel in the Salvation Army"), Gina Franz (as "Sarah Undershaft, Lady Britomart's daughter"), Jamey Sheridan (as "Bilton") [Broadway debut], Nicholas Walker (as "Stephen Undershaft"). Understudies: Donald Buka (as "Peter Shirley"), Dalton Cathey (as "Adolphus Cusins/Stephen Undershaft"), Sarah-Jane Gwillim (as "Jenny Hill/Mrs. Baines/Rummy Mitchens"), Jamey Sheridan (as "Bill Walker/Charles Lomax/Snobby Price"). Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director. Paul Libin: Managing Director).

(1972). Stage Play: The Crucible. Drama (revival). Written by Arthur Miller. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Carrie Fishbein Robbins. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by John Berry. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 27 Apr 1972- 3 Jun 1972 (44 performances + 13 previews). Cast: Philip Bosco (as "Reverend John Hale"), Crickett Coan (as "Susanna Walcott"), Jerome Dempsey (as "Reverend Samuel Parris"), Kathleen Doyle (as "Mercy Lewis"), Stephen Elliott (as "Deputy-Governor Danforth"), Pauline Flanagan (as "Ann Putnam"), Robert Foxworth (as "John Proctor"), Richard Greene (as "Ezekiel Cheever"), Ben Hammer (as "Thomas Putnam"), Nora Heflin (as "Mary Warren"), Martha Henry (as "Elizabeth Proctor"), Richard Kline (as "Marshall Herrick"), Aline MacMahon (as "Rebecca Nurse"), Theresa Merritt (as "Tituba"), Stuart Pankin (as "Hopkins"), Pamela Payton-Wright (as "Abigail Williams"), Robert Phalen (as "Judge Hawthorne"), Wendell Phillips (as "Francis Nurse"), Doris Rich (as "Sarah Good"), Alexandra Stoddart (as "Betty Parris"), Sydney Walker (as "Giles Corey"), Mark Woods (as "Deputy"). Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving and Robert Symonds).

(1960). Stage Play: Rape of the Belt. Written by Benn W. Levy. Music by Sol Kaplan. Scenic Design by Paul Morrison. Directed by Albert Marre. Martin Beck Theatre: 5 Nov 1960- 12 Nov 1960 (9 performances). Cast: Philip Bosco (as "Heracles") [Broadway debut], Joseph Bova (as "Theseus"), Hilda Brawner (as "Anthea"), Constance Cummings (as "Antiope"), John Emery, Pat Nye, Joyce Redman (as "Hippolyte"), Avis Scott (as "Diasta"), Nydia Westman (as "Thalestris"), Peggy Wood (as "Hera") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Harriet Parsons, Charles Hollerith Jr. and William Dean.

(1961). Stage Play: Donnybrook! Musical comedy. Book by Robert E. McEnroe. Based on "The Quiet Man" by Maurice Walsh. Music by Johnny Burke. Lyrics by Johnny Burke. Musical Director: Clay Warnick. Vocal arrangements by Clay Warnick. Music arranged by Robert Ginzler. Music orchestrated by Robert Ginzler. Ballet music arranged and orchestrated by Laurence Rosenthal. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Production Stage Manager: Frank Coletti [final Broadway credit]. Stage Manager: Dan Brennan. Scenic Design by Rouben Ter-Arutunian. Directed by Jack Cole. 46th Street Theatre: 18 May 1961- 15 Jul 1961 (68 performances + 2 previews that began on 17 May 1961). Cast: Eddie Foy Jr. (as "Mikeen Flynn"), Art Lund (as "John Enright"), Philip Bosco (as "Will Danaher"), Joan Fagan (as "Ellen Roe Danaher"), Susan Johnson (as "Kathy Carey"), John Aristedes (as "Dancer"), Darrell J. Askey (as "Tim O'Connell/Singer"), Sibyl Bowan (as "Sadie McInty"), Gloria Ann Bowen (as "Dancer"), Grace Carney (as "Birdie Monyhan"), Georgia Creighton (as "Singer"), Alfred De Sio (as "Gavin Collins"), Judith Dunford (as "Dancer"), Eddie Erickson (as "An Irish Boy/Singer"), Robert Evans (as "Dancer"), John Ford (as "Singer"), Nancy Foster (as "Singer"), Charlotte Frazier (as "Singer"), Larry Fuller (as "Dancer"), James Gannon (as "Matthew Gilbane"), Mickey Gunnersen (as "Dancer"), William Guske (as "Dancer"), Dee Harless (as "Singer"), George Harwell (as "Jamie/a bartender/Singer"), Georgia Kennedy (as "Singer"), David Lober (as "Dancer"), Bruce MacKay (as "Willie O'Bantie"), Norman Maen (as "Principal Dancer"), George Martin (as "Dancer"), Marissa Mason (as "Esme Gillie/a barmaid/Dancer"), Bob Murdock (as "Singer"), Clarence Nordstrom (as "Old Man Toomey"), Charles Rule (as "Singer"), Carol Sherman (as "Dancer"), Suanne Shirley (as "Dancer"), Keith Stewart (as "Dancer"), Maudeen Sullivan (as "Singer"), Charles C. Welch (as "Father Finucane"), Pamela Wood (as "Dancer"). Produced by Fred Hebert and David Kapp.

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