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Tommy Tune


Tommy Tune is possibly the tallest dancer in the country. He was in the New York Company of "How Now Dow Jones" when Ernest Lehman engaged him to play Ambrose Kemper in the film, "Hello, Dolly!". His father is a Texas restaurateur. Tommy acted in, directed and choreographed school productions, arrived in New York St. Patricks day, 1964 and, 24 ... See full bio »
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 2013 Arrested Development (TV Series)
Argyle Austero
- Smashed (2013) ... Argyle Austero
- Queen B. (2013) ... Argyle Austero
 1996 The City (TV Series)
Jason
- Episode dated 5 September 1996 (1996) ... Jason
 1988 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (TV Series)
Sir Thomas
- 1595: Kindness and Unkindness (1988) ... Sir Thomas
- 1594: Kindness and Unkindness (1988) ... Sir Thomas
 1971 The Boy Friend
Tommy
 1971 Nanny and the Professor (TV Series)
Ernie Lewis / Carnival Barker
- The Communication Gap (1971) ... Ernie Lewis
- The Human Fly (1971) ... Carnival Barker
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He and Peter Masterson directed Carol Hall's musical, "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas", at the 46th Street Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Fannie Flagg, Gil Rogers and Dolores Hall in the cast. See more »

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Height:

6' 6½" (1.99 m)
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Personal Quote:

My idea of gambling was walking through Central Park, whistling show tunes.

Trivia:

Tommy and Sandy Duncan tried to put a musical version of the classic MGM film Easter Parade (1948) together but it never got off the ground. What they did do is star in "Two for the Show" in 1998. They presented a double bill of their musical touring acts into a single evening. Tommy took the first act and Sandy Duncan most of the second act. They then joined for the big finale which showed some ... See more »

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