Tony Winner Joel Grey to Publish MASTER OF CEREMONIES Memoir
The New York Times reports that Joel Grey, who won a Tony Award for his role as the Emcee in the original 1967 Broadway production of CABARET, is set to publish a memoir with Macmillan's Flatiron Books.
With the Working Title MASTER OF CEREMONIES, the book is aiming for a 2015 release.
Grey told the Times that the book will feature "the arc and details of both my work and my personal journey."
Read the original report here.
Grey, who also won an Oscar for reprising his role in the film adaptation of Cabaret, has also starred on Broadway in Anything Goes, Wicked, Chicago, The Grand Tour, Goodtime Charley, George M!, Half a Sixpence, Stop the World - I Want to Get Off, Come Blow Your Horn and Joy Ride, as well as off-Broadway's Give Me Your Answer, Do!, The Normal Heart, Silverlake, Marco Polo Sings a Solo and more.
Grey has made guest appearances on TV in Warehouse 13, Nurse Jackie, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Brothers & Sisters, House, Alias, Crossing Jordan, Law & Order: CI, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and also starred in the series Oz.
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