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(1957) Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Wedgecliffe", "Juvenile Delinquent" and "Harriet") in "Ziegfeld Follies of 1957" on Broadway. Musical revue. Sketches by Arnie Rosen, Coleman Jacoby, David Rogers, Alan Jeffreys and Maxwell Grant. Featuring songs by Marshall Barer, Jack Lawrence, Howard Dietz, Richard Myers, David Rogers, Dean Fuller, Philip Springer, Tony Vallone, Larry Spier, Uhpio Minucci, Herman Hupfeld, Sammy Fain, Colin Romoff, Carolyn Leigh, Sid Wayne and Dee Libbey. Featuring songs with lyrics by Marshall Barer, Jack Lawrence, Richard Myers, Howard Dietz, David Rogers, Dean Fuller, Carolyn Leigh, Philip Springer, Tony Velone, Larry Spier, Uhpio Minucci, Herman Hupfeld, Sammy Fain, Colin Romoff and Dee Libbey. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett, Bill Stegmeyer, Joe Glover and Bob Noelneter. Dance arrangements by Rene Weigert. Vocal arrangements by Earl Rogers. Musical Director: Max Meth. Sketch Editor: Arnold Auerbach. Additional numbers by Beatrice Lillie. Musical Staging by Frank Wagner. Directed by John Kennedy. Winter Garden Theatre: 1 Mar 1957-15 Jun 1957 (123 performances). Cast: Beatrice Lillie, Vicki Barrett, Billie Bensing, Bob Bernard, James Brooks, Roberta Brown, Ron Cecill, Ruth Chamberlain, Denise Collette, Allan Conroy, Allan Craine, Dorothy D'Honau, Mary Jane Doerr, Wisa D'Orso, Ann Drake, Robert Feyti, Charlotte Foley, Tony Franco, Pat Gaston, Bette Graham, Chuck Green, Nancy Hachenberg, Barbara Hall, Marcia Hewitt, Faith Hilton, Frances Koll, Gloria Kristy, Bruce Laffey, Hugh Lambert, Harold Lang, Carol Lawrence (as "Nautch Dancer" and "Singer"), Jack Leigh, Bob Leslie, Larry Leslie, Micki Marlo, Julie Marlowe, Jay Marshall, Ted Monson, Jane Morgan, John Philip, Ed Powell, Lou Richards, Susan Shaute, Sylvia Shay, Jim Stevenson, Rod Strong, Merritt Thompson, Gini Turner, Gene Varrone, Shirley Vincent, Paula Wayne, Nancy Westbrook, Helen Wood. Produced by Mark Kroll and Charles Conaway.

John Murray Anderson's Almanac (1953). Musical revue. Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Additional music by Cy Coleman, Michael Grace, Joseph McCarthy, Henry Sullivan, John Rox, Bart Howard and Harry Belafonte. Sketches by Jean Kerr, Sumner Lock-Elliot, Arthur Macrae, Herbert Farjeon, Lauri Wylie and Billy K. Wells. Additional lyrics by Cy Coleman, Michael Grace, Joseph McCarthy, Henry Sullivan, John Rox, Bart Howard and Harry Belafonte. Musical Director: Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal. Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis. Dance arrangements by Gerald Alters. Assistant to Mr. Davis: David Sackson. Dances and Musical Numbers staged by Donald Saddler. Production staged by John Murray Anderson. Directed by Cyril Ritchard. Imperial Theatre: 10 Dec 1953- 26 Jun 1954 (229 performances). Cast: Harry Belafonte (as "Singer") [Broadway debut], Polly Bergen (as "Meg") [Broadway debut], Billy De Wolfe (as "David/Mrs. B./Laurie/Cornelius/The Butler") [Broadway debut], Hermione Gingold (as "Miss Reingold/The Cellist/Mrs. A./Singer (of "Which Witch?")/The Lady/Bobo"), Orson Bean (as "Mike Hammer/The New Manager/Singer"), Jimmy Albright (as "Butler/Pierrot Ensemble/Guest at Ball"), Lee Becker (as "Train Bearer/Pierrot Ensemble/Singer"), Hank Brunjes (as "Pierrot Ensemble/Bridegroom/Singer"), Carleton Carpenter (as "Harlequin/The Pierrot of 1953/Man/The Song Plugger/Singer/Dancer"), Ronald Cecill (as "Pierrot Ensemble/Bridegroom/Butler"), Deane Crane, Nanci Crompton, Imelda De Martin, Elaine Dunn (as "The Pierrot of 1953/Jo/Singer/Dancer") [Broadway debut], Dorothy Dushock, Jay Harnick (as "Bridegroom/Chrous/The Man in the Box/Sedan Chair Bearer/Singer"), Colleen Hutchins, James Jewell, Larry Kert, Bob Kole, Gerard Leavitt, Celia Lipton, Greb Lober, Tina Louise (as "Queen/Chorus/Guest at Ball/Lady"), Ralph McWilliams, Kay Medford (as Pierrette Ensemble/Marmee/First Secretary/Fifi"), Jacqueline Mickles (as "Queen/Chorus/The Autumn Bride/Lady"), Harry Mimmo, Illona Murai, Margot Myers, Gwen Neilson, George Reeder (as "Bridegroom/Guest at the Ball/Dancer"), Siri (as "Chorus/Guest at the Ball/The Summer Bride"), Gloria Smith, Millard Thomas (as "Guitarist"), Kenneth Urmston, Monique Van Vooren, Toni Wheelis. Understudies: Imelda De Martin, Kenneth Harvey, Larry Kert, Gwen Neilson, Alice Pearce, Toni Wheelis. Produced by Michael Grace, Stanley Gilkey and Harry Rigby.

(1963) He acted in Frank Loesser's musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Warren Berlinger in the cast.

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