Sid joined ASCAP (American Society of Composers and Publishers) in 1955, and his songs include "I Wrote This Song for your Birthday", and "Was That You?".
He served in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II, and appeared in the service show "Tars and Spars", as well as in the film version (Tars and Spars
(1960s) Unsold pilot: Starred in a triple role a 30-minute pilot film for "The Mouse That Roared", directed by Jack Arnold
(who directed the original theatrical film starring Peter Sellers
(1962) Stage: Appeared in "Little Me" on Broadway
. Musical comedy. Music by Cy Coleman
. Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh
. Material adaptation by Neil Simon
. Based on a novel by Patrick Dennis
. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Dance arrangements by Fred Werner. Vocal arrangements by Clay Warnick
. Musical Director: Charles Sanford. Choreographed / co-directed by Bob Fosse
. Co-directed by Cy Feuer
. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 17 Nov 1962-27 Jun 1963 (257 performances + 3 previews). Cast included: Nancy Andrews, Virginia Martin, John Anania, Ken Ayers, Barbara Beck, Margery Beddow, Burt Bier. Produced by Feuer & Martin. NOTES: (1) Caesar nominated for 1963 Tony as Best Actor in a Musical. (2) Written by Neil Simon
, who was one of the writers for his TV show in the 1950s.
(11/26/2000) Hollywood Television Legend, Hollywood Christmas Parade
(1959) Unsold pilot: Starred in a sitcom pilot called "It's a Living" about the adventures of a traveling salesman.
(1962) Album: Appeared on the Original Cast Album for "Little Me", RCA (LOC/LSO-1078)
(1992) Album: Spoken Word Recording for "Make Room for Danny" (Audio Renaissance).
(1948) Stage: Appeared in "Make Mine Manhattan" on Broadway
(1989) Stage: Appeared in "Sid Caesar & Company [Does Anybody Know What I'm Talking About?]" on Broadway
. Comedy/revue. Featuring songs by / Directed by Martin Charnin
; Musical Director: Elliot Finkel
[credited as Elliott Finkel]. John Golden Theatre: 1 Nov 1989-4 Nov 1989 (5 performances + 6 previews that began on 27 Oct 1989). Cast: Lee Delano (as "Performer"), Erick Devine
(as "Performer"), Lubitza Gregus (as "Performer"), Linda Hart (as "Performer"), Carolyn Michel (as "Performer"), Peter Shawn
(as "Performer"), Laura Turnbull
(as "Performer"). Produced by Ivan Bloch
and Harold Thau
. Produced in association with Larry Spellman. Associate Producers: J. Scott Broder, Sonny Bloch and Robert Courson.
(1/23/86) Guest on "Alive & Well".
(2/24/64) Stage: Appeared in "Little Me," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Virginia Martin, Nancy Andrews, Swen Swenson, Lou Cutell
, Maurice Brenner, H.F. Green, Edith Gresham, Grant Walden, and Alice Nunn
in the cast. Cy Coleman
was composer. Carolyn Leigh was lyricist. Neil Simon
wrote the book. Robert Randolph was set designer. Robert Fletcher was costume designer. Bob Fosse
was choreographer and director. Cy Feuer
was also director and producer. Martin was also producer.
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