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  • (1997) TV commercial: Ford automobiles. NOTE: Special effects let McQueen drive the new Ford Puma through some scenes of his movie Bullitt (1968))
  • (1958) TV commercial: Viceroy cigarettes.
  • (2004) TV commercial: Ford automobiles. NOTE: Archival footage from Bullitt (1968) features McQueen driving the 2005 Ford Mustang on a race track.
  • (2005) Print ad: Ferrari Passion perfumes for men.
  • (1966) Steve McQueen appeared on the TV show "What's my line".
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared in "A Hatful of Rain" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Michael V. Gazzo. Lyceum Theatre (moved to The Plymouth Theatre 10 Sep 1956-close): 9 Nov 1955-13 Oct 1956 (398 performances + 1 preview on 9 Nov 1955). Cast: Ben Gazzara (as "Johnny Pope"), Shelley Winters (as "Celia Pope"), Anthony Franciosa (as "Polo Pope"; final Broadway role), Frank Silvera (as "John Pope Sr."), Steve Gravers (as "Man"), Harry Guardino (as "Chuck"), Paul E. Richards (as "Apples"), Henry Silva (as "Mother"), Christine White (as "Putski"). Replacement actors: Vivian Blaine (as "Celia Pope") [from 25 Jun 1956-?], Steve Gravers (as "Chuck") [from 25 Jun 1956-?], Harry Guardino (as "Polo Pope") [from 25 Jun 1956-?], Steve McQueen (as "Johnny Pope") [from 25 Jun 1956-?] (only Broadway role), Roxanne (as "Putski") [from 25 Jun 1956-?]. Produced by Jay Julien. NOTES: (1) Franciosa was nominated for a Tony Award. (2) Filmed as A Hatful of Rain (1957).
  • (1954) Stage: Toured with Melvyn Douglas in the national company of Ronald Alexander's "Time Out for Ginger" during its Chicago run. NOTE: He recreated the Conrad Janis role from the original Broadway production.
  • (195?) Stage: Appeared in "Member of the Wedding" in Rochester, NY. Also in cast: Ethel Waters (I).
  • (1951) His first encounter with theater was at Sanford Meisner's classes at New York's Neighborhood Playhouse.
  • (1956) Stage: Appeared in "Two Fingers of Pride" (stage debut), Ogunquit Playhouse, Maine.
  • (1952) Stage: Appeared (summer stock) in "Peg O' My Heart" with Margaret O'Brien (I).
  • (11/9/53) Stage: Appeared in Ronald Alexander's play, "Time Out for Ginger," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Melvyn Douglas in the cast.
  • (1973) TV commercial: Honda Elsinore CR250 motorcycle.

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