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|1||Philadelphia, PA, USA: Appearing in "The Scottsboro Boys" at the Philadelphia Theatre Company. [January 2012]|
|2||Directing "1776" at the New York State Theatre Institute [March 2008]|
|3||Playing Caldwell B. Cladwell in the national tour of Urinetown [June 2003]|
|4||San Diego, CA, USA: Appearing in "The Scottsboro Boys" at the Old Globe [April 2012]|
|5||Appearing in "Heroes" at Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lowell, Massachusetts, USA [November 2009]|
|6||Directing "Rigoletto" at the Syracuse Opera [October 2007]|
|7||Appearing in "Heroes" at the Clurman Theatre, New York City, NY [February 2009]|
|8||He was nominated for a 1984 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actor in a Principal Role in a Musical for "Windy City" at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.|
|9||Portrayed Richard Henry Lee in the original Broadway stage version of 1776 and reprised his role in the movie 1776 (1972).|
|10||Won Broadway's 1969 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for playing Richard Henry Lee in "1776," a role he recreated in the film version of the same name, 1776 (1972). He was also nominated for the Best Actor (Featured Role - Musical) Tony in 1979 for "The Grand Tour."|
|11||Won 2nd prize in the 1958 Metropolitan Opera auditions|
|12||Graduate of Northwestern University; additional training at the New England Conservatory|
|13||Tony Award winner (Featured Actor) for "1776"|
|Men of Means||1999||Max|
|A Handful of Souls||1975||TV Movie|
|1776||1972||Richard Henry Lee (VA)|
|Arias and Arabesques||1962||TV Movie||Doctor Gregg|
|Cabeza de Vaca||1962||TV Movie||Cabeza de Vaca|
|1776||1972||performer: "The Lees of Old Virginia"|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1970||TV Series||Richard Henry Lee|
|The 23rd Annual Tony Awards||1969||TV Special||Himself - Winner: Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical|
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