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Shakespeare, Shaw and Moliere are the names which appear most frequently on Don Reilly's resume. Whether at Broadway's Lincoln Centre Theatre, The New York Shakespeare Festival, Boston's American Repertory Theatre, or L.A.'s Mark Taper Forum, he has been a working classical stage actor for almost two decades. He won the Boston Theatre Critic's ... See full bio »

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Renaissance Man
Renaissance Man Henry V.
When We Were Young
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 2003/II The Bottom Line (Short)
 2001 That's Life (TV Series)
Neal Cohen
- Bad Chemistry (2001) ... Neal Cohen
- M.Y.O.B. (2001) ... Neal Cohen
 1990 Perry Mason: The Case of the Poisoned Pen (TV Movie)
Chris Fulmer
 1990 Great Performances (TV Series)
- Hamlet (1990) ... Fortinbras
 1989 When We Were Young (TV Movie)
 1989 Father Dowling Mysteries (TV Series)
Robert Malone
- What Do You Call a Call Girl Mystery (1989) ... Robert Malone
 1987 Amerika (TV Mini-Series)
Justin Milford
- Part VII (1987) ... Justin Milford
- Part V (1987) ... Justin Milford
- Part III (1987) ... Justin Milford
- Part II (1987) ... Justin Milford
 1986 Spenser: For Hire (TV Series)
Don Martine
- The Long Hunt (1986) ... Don Martine
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 2003/II The Bottom Line (Short)
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: Played Valere and A Male Relative of Sganarelle's Wife respectively in two comedy plays by Moliere, "The School for Husbands" and "The Imaginary Cuckold" (Mark Taper Forum theater, Los Angeles, California, USA). See more »

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