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José Ferrer

 
José Ferrer Headshot

Stage Credits

  [Milburn, NJ (Regional)]
Paper Mill Production, 1990
Performer
  [Regional (US)]
World Premiere, 1986
Performer
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1965
Don Quixote (Cervantes) [Replacement]
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1963
Grand Duke Charles
  [Broadway]
1958
Edwin Booth
the elder (Understudy)
Junius Brutus Booth (Understudy)
  [Broadway]
1953
Lord Fancourt Babberley
  [Broadway]
1953
Richard III
  [Broadway]
1953
Jim Downs
  [Broadway]
1953
Cyrano de Bergerac
  [Broadway]
1952
Jim Downs
  [Broadway]
1950
Oscar Jaffe
  [Broadway]
1948
Oliver Erwenter
  [Broadway]
1948
Yellow Commander
Felix
  [Broadway]
1948
Face
Jeremy
  [Broadway]
1948
Mr. Manningham
  [Broadway]
1948
Volpone
  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1946
Cyrano de Bergerac
  [Broadway]
1945
Iago
  [Broadway]
1943
Iago
  [Broadway]
1942
George Roberts
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1941
Jerry Walker [Replacement]
  [Broadway]
1940
Lord Fancourt Babberley
  [Broadway]
1939
Victor D'Alcala
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1939
St. Julien DeC. Wentworth
  [Broadway]
1938
Billy Gashade
  [Broadway]
1938
Vergez
  [Broadway]
1937
Frederick L. Parsons
  [Broadway]
1936
Dan Crawford
  [Broadway]
1936
The Lippincot
  [Broadway]
1935
Chauffeur
  [Broadway]
1935
2nd Policeman
  [Regional (US)]
World Premiere, 1972
Performer

Productions

 
[Broadway, 1979]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1959]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1959]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1958]
Producer
Director
 
[Broadway, 1958]
Director
Director
 
[Broadway, 1955]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1953]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1953]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1953]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1953]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1952]
Producer
Director
 
[Broadway, 1952]
Producer
Director
 
[Broadway, 1951]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1951]
Producer
Director
 
[Broadway, 1950] [Replacement]
Producer[Replacement]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1948]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1947]
Producer
Director
 
[Broadway, 1946]
Producer
 
[Broadway, 1945]
Producer
Director
 
[Broadway, 1942]
Director

Writing

Bookwriter
Bookwriter

 

Stage

Performances
  [Milburn, NJ (Regional)]
Paper Mill Production, 1990
Performer

  [Regional (US)]
World Premiere, 1986
Performer

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1965
Don Quixote (Cervantes) [Replacement]

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1963
Grand Duke Charles

  [Broadway]
1958
Edwin Booth

the elder (Understudy)

Junius Brutus Booth (Understudy)

  [Broadway]
1953
Lord Fancourt Babberley

  [Broadway]
1953
Richard III

  [Broadway]
1953
Jim Downs

  [Broadway]
1953
Cyrano de Bergerac

  [Broadway]
1952
Jim Downs

  [Broadway]
1950
Oscar Jaffe

  [Broadway]
1948
Oliver Erwenter

  [Broadway]
1948
Yellow Commander

Felix

  [Broadway]
1948
Face

Jeremy

  [Broadway]
1948
Mr. Manningham

  [Broadway]
1948
Volpone

  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1946
Cyrano de Bergerac

  [Broadway]
1945
Iago

  [Broadway]
1943
Iago

  [Broadway]
1942
George Roberts

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1941
Jerry Walker [Replacement]

  [Broadway]
1940
Lord Fancourt Babberley

  [Broadway]
1939
Victor D'Alcala

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1939
St. Julien DeC. Wentworth

  [Broadway]
1938
Billy Gashade

  [Broadway]
1938
Vergez

  [Broadway]
1937
Frederick L. Parsons

  [Broadway]
1936
Dan Crawford

  [Broadway]
1936
The Lippincot

  [Broadway]
1935
Chauffeur

  [Broadway]
1935
2nd Policeman

  [Regional (US)]
World Premiere, 1972
Performer

Productions

[Broadway, 1979]
Director

[Broadway, 1959]
Director

[Broadway, 1959]
Director

[Broadway, 1958]
Producer

Director

[Broadway, 1958]
Director

Director

[Broadway, 1955]
Director

[Broadway, 1953]
Director

[Broadway, 1953]
Director

[Broadway, 1953]
Director

[Broadway, 1953]
Director

[Broadway, 1952]
Producer

Director

[Broadway, 1952]
Producer

Director

[Broadway, 1951]
Director

[Broadway, 1951]
Producer

Director

[Broadway, 1950] [Replacement]
Producer[Replacement]

Director

[Broadway, 1948]
Director

[Broadway, 1947]
Producer

Director

[Broadway, 1946]
Producer

[Broadway, 1945]
Producer

Director

[Broadway, 1942]
Director

Writing
Bookwriter
Bookwriter

José Ferrer Awards and Nominations

 
Tony Awards - 1952 - Best Direction Gold Star
Jose Ferrer, The Shrike
 
Tony Awards - 1952 - Best Direction Gold Star
Jose Ferrer, The Fourposter
 
Tony Awards - 1952 - Best Direction Gold Star
Jose Ferrer, Stalag 17
 
Tony Awards - 1952 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play Gold Star
Jose Ferrer, The Shrike
 
Tony Awards - 1947 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play Gold Star
Jose Ferrer, Cyrano de Bergerac

José Ferrer News

Mike Peros Releases New Book JOSE FERRER: SUCCESS AND SURVIVAL Photo Mike Peros Releases New Book JOSE FERRER: SUCCESS AND SURVIVAL
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 27, 2020

Mike Peros has released the first comprehensive biography on José Ferrer!

BWW Review: 8 HOTELS, Minerva Theatre Photo BWW Review: 8 HOTELS, Minerva Theatre
by Gary Naylor - Aug 9, 2019

Nicholas Wright's new play, set on the road in wartime America, examines the relationships between Paul Robeson and his Othello co-stars, José Ferrer and Uta Hagen. It does not waste that wonderful set up.

Widows of Creators of THE FOURPOSTER Celebrate Opening Night
by Faetra Petillo - Oct 21, 2008

On Sunday October 19th, Marjorie de Hartog and Stella Ferrer, widows of Tony Award-winners Jan de Hartog and José Ferrer, were on hand to toast the opening of Keen Company's revival of The Fourposter.


José Ferrer Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has José Ferrer been in?
José Ferrer has appeared on Broadway in 29 shows.

How many West End shows has José Ferrer been in?
José Ferrer has not appeared in the West End

What awards has José Ferrer been nominated for?
Best Direction (Tony Awards) for The Shrike , Best Direction (Tony Awards) for The Fourposter , Best Direction (Tony Awards) for Stalag 17 Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play (Tony Awards) for The Shrike and Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play (Tony Awards) for Cyrano de Bergerac .

What awards has José Ferrer won?
Best Direction (Tony Awards) for The Shrike , Best Direction (Tony Awards) for The Fourposter , Best Direction (Tony Awards) for Stalag 17 Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play (Tony Awards) for The Shrikeand Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play (Tony Awards) for Cyrano de Bergerac.

How many shows has José Ferrer written?
José Ferrer has written 1 shows including Oh, Captain! (Bookwriter).