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Wilford Leach (1929–1988)

Wilford Leach was born on August 26, 1929 in Petersburg, Virginia, USA. He was a director and writer, known for The Pirates of Penzance (1983), The Wedding Party (1969) and The Pirates of Penzance (1980). He died on June 18, 1988 in Rocky Point, New York, USA. See full bio »

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(1983)
(1969)
(1980)

Filmography

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 1980 The Pirates of Penzance (TV Movie)
 1979 Coriolanus (Video)
 1978 All's Well That Ends Well (TV Movie)
 1969 The Wedding Party (a film by)
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 1983 The Pirates of Penzance (screenplay)
 1969 The Wedding Party (a film by)
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 1981 Kiss Me, Petruchio (TV Movie documentary) (scenery)
 1980 The Pirates of Penzance (TV Movie) (scenery designer)
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 1981 Kiss Me, Petruchio (TV Movie documentary) (stage director)
 1980 The Pirates of Penzance (TV Movie) (stage director)
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 1969 The Wedding Party (a film by)
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 1986 Working in the Theatre (TV Series documentary)
Self
- Playwright & Director (1986) ... Self
 1986 The 40th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Self - Winner
 1981 The 35th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Self - Winner
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Personal Details

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He directed W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's musical, "The Pirates of Penzance", at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Tim Curry, Michael Praed, Pamela Stephenson, George Cole, Annie Ross, Bonnie Langford, Chris Langham, Sylvester McCoy and Tim Bentinck in the cast. See more »

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Won two Tony Awards as Best Director (Musical) from just two nominations: in 1981 for "The Pirates of Penzance" and in 1986 for "The Mystery of Edwin Drood." See more »

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