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  • Portrayed D.W. Dewitt in the Broadway comedy "Epic Proportions" in 1999.
  • Played chess champion Boris Spassky in a TV commercial for a men's cologne that ran for six months in the early 70s.
  • Acted in a 1981 Broadway production of the comedy "Fools."
  • Acted in a 1993 Broadway production of the musical comedy "Ain't Broadway Grand."
  • Acted in a 1981 Broadway production of the musical comedy "Oh, Brother!".
  • Acted in a 1986 Broadway revival of "The Front Page".
  • (1984) TV Commercial: United Airlines
  • Goodtime Charley (1975). Musical. Book by Sidney Michaels. Music by Larry Grossman. Lyrics by Hal Hackady. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Incidental music by Arthur B. Rubinstein. Dance arrangements by Daniel Troob [earliest Broadway credit]. Musical Director: Arthur Rubinstein. Choreographed by Onna White. Directed by Peter H. Hunt. Palace Theatre: 3 Mar 1975- 31 May 1975 (104 performances + 12 previews, that began on 20 Feb 1975). Cast: Joel Grey (as "Charley"), Ann Reinking (as "Joan of Arc"), Susan Browning (as "Agnes Sorel"), Jay Garner (as "Archbishop Regnault de Chartres"), Richard B. Shull (as "Minguet"), Louis Zorich (as "General George de La Tremouille"), Ed Becker (as "Pope/One of the Citizen, Soldier, Peasant and Hostile Trios/Singer"), Kenneth Bridges (as "Third English Captain/One of the Citizen, Soldier, Peasant and Hostile Trios/First Soldier/Singer"), Rhoda Butler (as "Queen Kate/Singer"), Peggy Cooper (as "Yolande/Singer"), Kathe Dezina (as "Estelle/Singer"), Andy Hostettler (as "Jester/Dancer"), Dan Joel (as "Louis/Dancer"), Grace Keagy (as "Isabella of Bavaria") [Broadway debut], Nancy Killmer (as "Marie/Singer"), Cam Lorendo (as "Servant/Dancer"), Glen McClaskey (as "Dancer"), Ross Miles (as "Servant/Dancer"), Tod Miller (as "Dancer"), Hal Norman (as "Charles VI/Second English Captain/Herald/Third Soldier/Singer"), Julie Pars (as "Dancer"), Sal Pernice (as "Dancer"), George Ramos (as "Servant/Dancer"), Kathleen Robey (as "Dancer"), Charles Rule (as "Phillip of Burgundy/First English Captain/Chef/Guard/Singer"), Jane Ann Sargia (as "Singer"), Patrick Swayze (as "Servant/Dancer"), Brad Tyrrell (as "Henry V/One of the Citizen, Soldier, Peasant and Hostile Trios/Second Soldier/Singer"), Gordon Weiss (as "Jester/Dancer"), Jerry Yoder (as "Dancer"). Standby: Austin Pendleton (as "Charley"). Produced by Max Brown and Byron Goldman. Produced in association with Robert Victor and Stone Widney.
  • (1983) Music video for Billy Joel "Keeping the Faith" - The Judge
  • (1956) Stage Play: Wake Up, Darling. Comedy. Written by Alex Gottlieb. Music by Leo Robin and Jule Styne. Directed by Ezra Stone. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 2 May 1956- 5 May 1956 (5 performances). Cast: Jean Arley (as "Mrs. Johnson"), Raymond Bramley (as "Granville Prescott"), Barbara Britton (as "Polly Emerson"), Robert Downing (as "First Policeman"), Kay Medford (as "Martha"), Barry Nelson (as "Don Emerson"), Russell Nype (as "Deerfield Prescott"), Grace Raynor (as "Gloria"), Richard B. Shull (as "Second Policeman"), Paula Trueman (as "Juliet"), Ann Whiteside (as "Penelope") [final Broadway role]. Understudies: Jean Arley (as "Juliet/Martha), Jo Kaiser (as "Gloria/Penelope/Polly Emerson") and Michael Lipton (as "Deerfield Prescott/Don Emerson"). Note: Play was adapted for Season 1, Episode 17 of Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, broadcast on NBC on 21 Feb 1964.

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