Alan Alda Broadway and Theatre Credits

 
Date Of Birth:
January 28, 1936 (83)
Birth Place:
New York, NY, USA
Bio:
Alan Alda has recently had the distinction of being nominated for an Oscar, a Tony, and an EMMY -- as well as publishing a bestselling book -- all in the same year. His memoir, entitled Never Have Your Dog Stuffed, and Other Things I've Learned, became a New York Times bestseller. His 2005 EMMY ... (read more)
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Date of Birth: January 28, 1936 (83)

Birth Place: New York, NY, USA

Bio:
Alan Alda has recently had the distinction of being nominated for an Oscar, a Tony, and an EMMY -- as well as publishing a bestselling book -- all in the same year. His memoir, entitled Never Have Your Dog Stuffed, and Other Things I've Learned, became a New York Times bestseller. His 2005 EMMY ... (read more)

Alan Alda Stage Credits
Performances

[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2014
Andrew Makepeace Ladd III [Replacement]
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2005
Shelly Levene
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2003
Mystery Guest Star [Replacement]
[Broadway]
Lincoln Center Production, 2001
Richard Feynman
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1998
Marc
[Broadway]
1992
Jake
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1966
Flip, the Prince, Charming
Captain Sanjar
Adam
Adam/Captain Sanjar/Flip, The Prince Charming
[Broadway]
1964
F. Sherman
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1964
Dr. Irving Gilbert
[Broadway]
1964
Benny
[Broadway]
1961
Charley Cotchipee
[Broadway]
1959
Telephone Man
Writing
Sketches
Broadway: Love Letters, Glenn Garry Glenn Ross, QED, Art, Jake’s Women (Tony nomination), The Apple Tree (Tony nomination) and The Owl and the Pussycast. Film: Martin Scorsese’s The Aviator (Oscar Nomination); Crimes and Misdemeanors (British Academy Award nomination); Everyone Says I Love You; Flirting With Disaster; Manhattan Murder Mystery; Same Time, Next Year’; California Suite; The Seduction of Joe Tyman (which he also wrote); The Four Seasons; Sweet Liberty; A New Life; and Betsy’s Wedding (which he also wrote and directed). TV: “The West Wing,” “30 Rock,” “The Big C,” “The Blacklist,” “ER,” host of “Scientific American Frontiers” on PBS, “M*A*S*H” (played Hawkeye Pierce for 11 years, wrote and directed many episodes, won five Emmy Awards). Nominated for 30 Emmys; inducted into the Television Hall of Fame; won three Directors Guild Awards, six Golden Globes, seven People’s Choice Awards; nominated for two Writers Guild Awards.

Photos

Actors Marlo Thomas and Alan Alda speak at Joseph Feury''s Fioretti: Through the Window exhibit.

Actors Marlo Thomas and Alan Alda speak at Joseph Feury''s Fioretti: Through the Window exhibit.
From: 
Date:
10/16/2019
Rosie Joneddy, Alan Alda, Cameron Johnson

Rosie Joneddy, Alan Alda, Cameron Johnson
From: 
Date:
04/05/2019
Steven Skybell, Alan Alda, Jennifer Babiak

Steven Skybell, Alan Alda, Jennifer Babiak
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Date:
04/05/2019

 

Stage
Performances

[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2014
Andrew Makepeace Ladd III [Replacement]

[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2005
Shelly Levene

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2003
Mystery Guest Star [Replacement]

[Broadway]
Lincoln Center Production, 2001
Richard Feynman

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1998
Marc

[Broadway]
1992
Jake

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1966
Flip, the Prince, Charming

Captain Sanjar

Adam

Adam/Captain Sanjar/Flip, The Prince Charming

[Broadway]
1964
F. Sherman

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1964
Dr. Irving Gilbert

[Broadway]
1964
Benny

[Broadway]
1961
Charley Cotchipee

[Broadway]
1959
Telephone Man

Writing
Sketches
Broadway: Love Letters, Glenn Garry Glenn Ross, QED, Art, Jake’s Women (Tony nomination), The Apple Tree (Tony nomination) and The Owl and the Pussycast. Film: Martin Scorsese’s The Aviator (Oscar Nomination); Crimes and Misdemeanors (British Academy Award nomination); Everyone Says I Love You; Flirting With Disaster; Manhattan Murder Mystery; Same Time, Next Year’; California Suite; The Seduction of Joe Tyman (which he also wrote); The Four Seasons; Sweet Liberty; A New Life; and Betsy’s Wedding (which he also wrote and directed). TV: “The West Wing,” “30 Rock,” “The Big C,” “The Blacklist,” “ER,” host of “Scientific American Frontiers” on PBS, “M*A*S*H” (played Hawkeye Pierce for 11 years, wrote and directed many episodes, won five Emmy Awards). Nominated for 30 Emmys; inducted into the Television Hall of Fame; won three Directors Guild Awards, six Golden Globes, seven People’s Choice Awards; nominated for two Writers Guild Awards.