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Appeared on Broadway as "Nathan Detroit" in "Guys and Dolls" and starred in "Alan King as Mr. Goldwyn", portraying iconic movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn Jr..

In 1965, he starred in an unsold pilot, produced by Max Shulman, called "The Alan King Show" in which he played a taxi driver who moonlights as a chauffeur.

In 1972, he produced an unsold pilot called "The Bar" about a bartender, played by Fred Gwynne, who got involved with his patrons problems - usually not to their benefit. He recast the pilot, and the sitcom became "The Corner Bar", starring Gabriel Dell in the summer of 1972 and Anne Meara and Eugene Roche in the summer of 1973.

TV commercial for North Shore Animal League (1985)

(book, with Kathryn Ryan) "Anybody Who Owns His Own Home Deserves It". New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1962.

(book, with Jack Shurman) "Help! I'm a Prisoner in a Chinese Bakery". New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1964.

(book, with Mimi Sheraton) "Is Salami and Eggs Better Than Sex? Memoirs of a Happy Eater". Boston, MA: Little Brown & Co., 1985. ISBN 0316493651

(book) "Alan King's Great Jewish Joke Book". New York: Crown Publishers, 2002. ISBN 0609609246

Applause (1970). Musical. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Based on the film "All About Eve" and the original story by Mary Orr. Musical Director: Don Pippin. Vocal arrangements by Don Pippin. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Dance arrangements by Mel Marvin. Incidental music arranged by Mel Marvin. Choreographed by Ron Field. Design by Robert Randolph. Costume Design by Ray Aghayan. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser. Directed by Ron Field. Palace Theatre: 30 Mar 1970- 27 Jul 1972 (896 performances + 4 previews that began on 26 Mar 1970). Cast: Lauren Bacall (as "Margo Channing"), Len Cariou (as "Bill Sampson"), Bonnie Franklin (as "Bonnie"), Penny Fuller (as "Eve Harrington"), Brandon Maggart (as "Buzz Richards"), Robert Mandan (as "Howard Benedict"), Lee Roy Reams (as "Duane Fox"), Ann Williams (as "Karen Richards"), Bill Allsbrook (as "Danny/Dancer"), John Anania (as "Tony Announcer/Peter"), David Anderson (as "Musician/Dancer"), Renee Baughman (as "Dancer"), Ray Becker (as "Stan Harding"), Joan Bell (as "Dancer"), Debi Carpenter (as "Dancer"), John Cashman (as "Dancer"), Jon Daenen (as "Dancer"), Nicholas Dante (as "Dancer"), Patti D'Beck (as "Dancer"), Marilyn D'Honau (as "Dancer"), Gene Foote (as "Dancer"), Laurie Franks (as "Singer"), Nat Horne (as "Musician/Dancer"), Ernestine Jackson(as "Singer"), Howard Kahl (as "Bob/Singer"), Gene Kelton (as "Musician/Dancer"), Alan King (as "Tony Host") [final Broadway role], Mary Beth Kurdock (as "Dancer"), Mike Misita (as "Joey/Dancer"), Ed Nolfi (as "Dancer"), Carol Petri (as "Autograph Seeker/Carol/Dancer"), Sheilah Rae (as "Singer"), Orrin Reiley (as "Piano Player/TV Director/Singer"), Jeannette Seibert (as "Singer"), Tom Urich (as "Bert") [Broadway debut], Henrietta Valor (as "Singer"), Sammy Williams (as "Dancer"), Jerry Wyatt (as "Bartender/Singer"). Replacement actors: Gene Aguirre (as "Dancer"), Anne Baxter (as "Margo Channing"), Wayne Boyd (as "Dancer"), Christopher Chadman (as "Dancer/Duane Fox"), Keith Charles (as "Bill Sampson"), Franklin Cover (as "Howard Benedict"), Arlene Dahl (as "Margo Channing"), Patti Davis (as "Singer"), 'Gwyda DonHowe' (as "Karen Richards"), Gene Foote (as "Duane Fox"), Jay Fox (as "Dancer"), Peggy Hagan (as "Karen Richards/Singer"), John Herbert (as "Bob/Singer"), Peggy LeRoy (as "Singer"), Merrill Leighton (as "Singer"), Janice Lynde (as "Eve Harrington"), Diane McAfee [Replaced during out of town tryout], Eve Harrington [Was replaced before opening], Judy McCauley (as "Singer"), John Medeiros (as "Dancer/Joey"), Joseph Neal (as "Piano Player/Singer/TV Director"), Leland Palmer [Her character was called "Leland" while she was in the production] (as "Bonnie"), Rozella Reed (as "Singer"), Kathleen Robey (as "Autograph Seeker/Carol/Dancer"), Tom Rolla (as "Duane Fox"), Bonnie Walker (as "Dancer"), Lawrence Weber (as "Howard Benedict"), Sammy Williams (as "Dancer in Bar"). Produced by Joseph Kipness and Lawrence Kasha. Produced in association with Nederlander Productions and George M. Steinbrenner III.

The Lion in Winter (1966). Written by James Goldman. Incidental music by Thomas Wagner. Directed by Noel Willman. Ambassador Theatre: 3 Mar 1966- 21 May 1966 (92 performance + 2 previews that began on 2 Mar 1966). Cast: Rosemary Harris (as "Eleanor, Henry's wife"), Robert Preston (as "Henry II, King of England"), Dennis Cooney (as "Geoffrey, the middle son"), Suzanne Grossman (as "Alais, a French princess") [Broadway debut], James Rado (as "Richard Lionheart, the oldest son"), Bruce Scott (as "John, the youngest son"), Christopher Walken (as "Philip, King of France"). Standbys: Ludi Claire (as "Eleanor"), Bruce Glover (as "Henry II"). Understudies: Bruce Glover (as "Richard Lionheart"), Ty McConnell (as "Geoffrey/John/Philip"), Leslie Vega (as "Alais"). Produced by Eugene V. Wolsk, Walter Hyman, Alan King and Emanuel Azenberg. Notes (1): Ms. Harris won the 1966 Tony Award® Best Actress in a Play. (2) Filmed as The Lion in Winter (1968).


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