(November 2002): Plays Roger in "The Fourth Wall" play by A.R.Gurney and Noel Coward (Primary Stages, New York City, New York, USA).
Radio commercial for Wrigley's Spearmint Gum (2003)
Appeared in a television commercial for Sure deodorant, as an attorney, in the early 1980s.
(1974) He acted in the play, "Rich and Famous," at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
(1969- ). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1969). Stage Play: Cop-Out. Comedy [show consisted of 2 one-act shows: Home Fires and Cop Out]. Both shows written by John Guare
credit]. [Cop Out] Original Songs by John Guare. Music arranged by Margaret Singer. Lighting Design by John Gleason. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Fred Voelpel. [Both shows] Directed by Melvin Bernhardt. Cort Theatre: 7 Apr 1969- 12 Apr 1969 (8 performances + 12 previews). Home Fires: Cast: George Bartenieff (as "Mr. Catchpole"), MacIntyre Dixon
(as "Peter Smith"), Charles Kimbrough
(as "Rudy Smythe") [Broadway debut
], Carrie Nye
(as "Margaret Ross-Hughes"), April Shawhan (as "Nell Schmidt"). Understudy: Eugene Stuckmann
(as "Mr. Catchpole/Peter Smith"). Cop Out: Cast: Linda Lavin
, Ron Leibman
. Understudies: Barbara Gilbert, Charles Kimbrough. Produced by Norman Twain, in association with Albert I. Fill.
Accent on Youth (2009). Comedy (revival). Written by Samson Raphaelson
. Samuel J. Friedman Theater: 29 Apr 2009- 28 Jun 2009 (71 performances + 24 previews that began on 7 Apr 2009).
Sunday in the Park with George (1994).
Company (1993). Drama (revival).
Hay Fever (1985). Comedy (revival). Written by Noël Coward
. "No, My Heart" by John Kander
and Fred Ebb
. Directed by Brian Murray. Music Box Theatre: 12 Dec 1985- 29 Mar 1986 (124 performances + 16 previews that began on 29 Nov 1985). Cast: Rosemary Harris
(as "Judith Bliss"), Roy Dotrice (as "David Bliss"), Barbara Bryne
(as "Clara"), Mia Dillon
(as "Sorel Bliss"), Robert Joy (as "Simon Bliss"), Charles Kimbrough
(as "Richard Greatham"), Deborah Rush Jackie Coryton"), Campbell Scott
(as "Sandy Tyrell"), Carolyn Seymour (as "Myra Arundel"). Produced by Roger Peters. Produced in association with MBS Company (owned by Mona Berwald Schlachter). Associate Producer: Robert Kamlot and Richard Berg. Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin
[who had no direct involvement in this production] and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).
Sunday in the Park with George (1984).
One Night Stand (1980). Musical. Music by Jule Styne
. Lyrics by Herb Gardner; Book by Herb Gardner
. Musical Director: Eric Stern. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang; Dance arrangements by Marvin Laird. Nederlander Theatre: 20 Oct 1980 (8 previews/never officially opened).
The Water Engine/Mr. Happiness (1978).
Boy Meets Girl (1976).
Secret Service (1976).
The Rules of the Game (1974). (revival).
Love for Love (1974). (revival).
Candide (1974). Musical comedy (revival).
Company (1970). Musical/drama.
(2010). Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare
. Original Music by Dan Moses Schreier. Choreography by Mimi Lieber. Assistant Director: Laura Savia. Director: Daniel Sullivan. Broadhurst Theatre: 13 Nov 2010- 20 Feb 2011 (73 performances + 26 previews that began on 19 Oct 2010). Cast: Al Pacino
(as "Shylock, a Jewish moneylender").
(1980) television commercial for Procter and Gamble's Joy dish washing liquid.
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