(September 12 to November 5, 2000) He acted in Arthur Miller's play, 'Death of a Salesman," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Elizabeth Franz and Ron Eldard in the cast. Robert Falls was director.
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6' 2¾" (1.9 m)
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At 68 years old I'm as interested now, if not more so, than I was when I was 24 or 25...[but] if you're sixty-something, pushing 70, the chances of you getting a tremendously fascinating part in the movies are very low, as to be almost negligible, or even in television. But in the theatre, there are still things to do, very interesting, very profound things.
On March 14, 1999, three performances of the Broadway production of "Death of a Salesman" had to be canceled because Dennehy had been unable to sleep and didn't feel well. After a check-up in the hospital, he was diagnosed with hypertension.
Playing men of power who in addition to being corrupt, are just plain mean