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The reviews are in for Larry (Deadwood) Cedar's performance in "Billy Bishop Goes To War", at the Colony Theatre.....
BACKSTAGE WEST raves: "Larry Cedar's tour-de-force gallery of characterizations is artful and astonishing....riveting as a spirited song-and-dance man, a versatile comedic actor, a tragic hero, and a whole lot more during his dazzling transformations, acing the physical, intellectual, and technical challenges. When he launches into a beautiful poem paying tribute to another iconic war hero, Albert Ball, the melancholy underlying the show's abundant humor bursts forth to profound effect"
The DAILY NEWS says: "...Cedar shows off the broad range of his technique. He's got a modest, Midwestern affability that recalls the young Fred Astaire. And he's got chops. Give him a lorgnette and he's a British dowager, a boa and he's a Parisian chanteuse.
From LA WEEKLY: "Cedar offers a meticulous distinctiveness to his characters."
and the LOS ANGELES TIMES: "Larry Cedar's engaging narration in the title role vividly sweeps us up in Billy's wartime exploits, at the same time poignantly framing the conflicted morality they embody."
Billy Bishop Goes to War, On The Town, She Loves Me, Brigadoon, Accomplice, Around The World In 80 Days, 1776, Anything Goes, Twelve Angry Men
Larry Cedar Biography
Larry Cedar is an accomplished film, television, stage, and voiceover artist. He recurred for the past three years (24 episodes) as "Leon", the opium-addicted card dealer and thief, in HBO's hit series, "Deadwood" opposite Powers Boothe and Ian McShane and most recently completed work in the feature film "Nothing is Private", directed by Alan Ball, creator of "Six Feet Under". Other feature work includes appearing opposite Adrien Brody ("The Piano", "King Kong") as psychotic husband "Chester Sinclair" in the Ben Affleck/George Reeves biopic, "Hollywoodland". Recent television guest-star appearances include "The Riches", "Alias", "Without A Trace", "Boston Legal", "The Closer" and "The Shield". Admitted to Hastings Law School after earning his BA in Communication Studies, the course of Larry's life shifted dramatically when he decided to audition for and was accepted into the MFA Theater program at UCLA. There he won the Hugh O'Brian Acting Award for Best Actor and as a result was signed to a one year artist development contract with Universal Studios where he subsequently filmed his first television pilot. He went on to star in various projects for Walt Disney Studios, numerous episodics and feature films, including a starring role opposite Rebecca De Mornay in the Ivan Reitman produced, "Feds", as well as an unforgettable appearance opposite John Lithgow as "The Creature on the Wing" in the Steven Spielberg thriller, "Twilight Zone: The Movie", directed by George Miller. Larry spent six years in New York starring in the award winning PBS series "Square One TV" and later starred in 40 episodes of the Fox television series "A.J.'s Time Travelers", produced by Gianni Russo. An excellent singer with numerous Equity stage credits, he won the Los Angeles Theater Alliance "Ovation" Best Featured Actor in a Musical award for his performance as Sipos in "She Loves Me". Other onstage work includes playing Hoagy Carmichael in "Hoagy, Bix, and Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus" at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, starring as Vernon opposite Lea Thompson in "They're Playing Our Song", and as Secretary Thompson in "1776: The Musical" opposite Roger Rees. Larry excels in the field of voiceovers, and in addition to lending his numerous vocal characterizations to thousands of commercials, cartoon series, and video games, he specializes in the art of "speed talking". An avid reader and monologist, he is currently developing a one-man show based upon the works of one of his favorite authors, George Orwell.
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