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He was in an Anti-Drug commercial where he playes the "Rapping Dad." TV commercial for Anti-Drug campaign (???)

The Magic of Harry Anderson (CBS special, 1996) as the carnival barker

"The Magic of Harry Anderson" (CBS special, 1996) as the Carnival Barker

He was in an Anti-Drug TV commercial where he played "The Rapping Dad"

(September 2010) Louie Wexler in "It Must Be Him" by Kenny Solms, opposite Liz Torres and Stephanie D'Abruzzo Off-Broadway at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater.

(2002- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(2002). Stage Play: Hairspray. Musical comedy.

(2004). Stage Play: Sly Fox. Comedy (revival). Written by Larry Gelbart. Based on "Volpone" by Ben Jonson. Scenic Design by George Jenkins and Jesse Poleshuck. Pre-Show Announcement: Don LaFontaine. Directed by Arthur Penn. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Apr 2004- 29 Aug 2004 (173 performances + 22 previews that began on 12 Mar 2004). Cast: Richard Dreyfuss (as "Foxwell J. Sly/The Judge") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Eric Stoltz (as "Simon Able") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Rene Auberjonois (as "Jethro Crouch") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Elizabeth Berkley (as "Mrs. Truckle") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Professor Irwin Corey (as "Court Clerk"), Bob Dishy (as "Abner Truckle"), Bronson Pinchot (as "Lawyer Craven"), [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Peter Scolari (as "The Chief of Police'[from 12 Mar 2004- 1 Aug 2004], Nicholas Wyman (as "Captain Crouch"), Rachel York (as "Miss Fancy") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Charles Antalosky (as "Sly's Servant"), Linda Halaska (as "Sly's Servant"), Jeremy Hollingworth (as "Sly's Servant"), Robert LaVelle (as "1st Policeman"), Jason Ma (as "Crouch's Servant"), Jeff Talbott (as "3rd Policeman"), Gordon Joseph Weiss (as "2nd Policeman/Bailiff"). Produced by Julian Schlossberg, Roy Furman, Ben Sprecher, Michael Gardner, James Fantaci, Cheryl Lachowicz, Christine Duncan and Nelle Nugent. Produced by arrangement with Andrew Braunsberg. Associate Producer: Aaron Levy, Jill Furman, Debra Black and Peter May.

(2012). Stage Play: Magic/Bird. Drama.

(2013). Stage Play: Lucky Guy. Drama. Written by Nora Ephron. Associate Director: Kamilah Forbes. Costume Design by Toni-Leslie James. Scenic Design by David Rockwell. Directed by George C. Wolfe. Broadhurst Theatre: 1 Apr 2013- (still in production + 33 previews that began on 1 Mar 2013). Cast: Tom Hanks (as " Mike McAlary") [Broadway debut], Peter Gerety (as "John Cotter"), Richard Masur (as "Jerry Nachman/Stanley Joyce"), Christopher McDonald (as "Eddie Hayes"), Peter Scolari (as "Michael Daly"), Maura Tierney (as "Alice McAlary"), Courtney B. Vance (as "Hap Hairston"), Brian Dykstra (as "Brian O'Regan"), Michael Gaston (as "Jim Dwyer"), Dustyn Gulledge (as "Dino Tortorici"), Andrew Hovelson (as "Reporter"), Deirdre Lovejoy (as "Louise Imerman/Debby Krenek"), Danny Mastrogiorgio (as "Bob Drury/John Miller"), Stephen Tyrone Williams (as "Abner Louima"). Understudies: Paula Jon De Rose (as "Alice McAlary/Debby Krenek/Louise Imerman"), Brian Dykstra (as "Jerry Nachman/John Cotter/Stanley Joyce"), Joe Forbrich (as "Bob Drury/Brian O'Regan/Eddie Hayes"), Thomas Michael Hammond (as "Jim Dwyer/Michael Daly/Mike McAlary"), Andrew Hovelson (as "Dino Tortorici") and Marc Damon Johnson (as "Abner Louima/Hap Hairston"). Produced by Colin Callender, Roy Furman, Arielle Tepper Madover, Roger & William Berlind, Stacey Mindich, Robert Cole & Frederick Zollo, David Mirvish, Daryl Roth, James D. Stern/Douglas L. Meyer and Scott and Brian Zeilinger; Produced in association with Sonia Friedman Productions and The Shubert Organization (Phillip J. Smith: Chairman. Robert E. Wankel: President). Associate Producer: SenovvA and Scott Huff.


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