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Ken Howard

 

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[Broadway, 1983]
Production Photographer

Ken Howard Movies

Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon
 
[1970]
Arthur
Such Good Friends
 
[1971]
Cal
The Strange Vengeance of Rosalie
 
[1972]
Virgil
Second Thoughts
 
[1983]
John Michael
Oscar
 
[1991]
Kirkwood
Ulterior Motives
 
[1992]
Malcolm Carter
Clear and Present Danger
 
[1994]
Committee Chairman
The Net
 
[1995]
Bergstrom
At First Sight
 
[1999]
Virgil's Father
In Her Shoes
 
[2005]
Michael Feller
Dreamer
 
[2005]
Bill Ford
Arc
 
[2006]
Santee
Michael Clayton
 
[2007]
Don Jeffries
Smother
 
[2008]
Gene Cooper
Under Still Waters
 
[2008]
Conrad
Rambo
 
[2008]
Arthur Marsh
2:13
 
[2009]
Sheriff Sedgewick
The Beacon
 
[2009]
Officer Bobby Ford
A Numbers Game
 
[2010]
Harold
J. Edgar
 
[2011]
Harlan Fiske Stone
Just an American
 
[2012]
Dr. Sullivan
A.C.O.D.
 
[2013]
Gary
The Judge
 
[2014]
Judge Warren
Better Living Through Chemistry
 
[2014]
Walter Bishop
Joy
 
[2015]
Mop Executive
The Wedding Ringer
 
[2015]
Ed Palmer

Ken Howard TV Shows

30 Rock
 
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Hank Hooper
Arli$$
 
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Coach Dreyfuss, Rocky
Crossing Jordan
 
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Max Cavanaugh
Diagnosis Murder
 
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David Clarke, Special Agent Dunleavy
Dynasty
 
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Garrett Boydston
Hotel
 
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Malcolm Taylor, Bill Tillery
Melrose Place
 
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Mr. George Andrews
Murder, She Wrote
 
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Hank Shipton, Matt Kinkaid, Max Hagen
The Colbys
 
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Garrett Boydston
The Manhunter
 
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Dave Barrett
The Practice
 
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Raynsford Bradford, Senator Frank Patanki
The White Shadow
 
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Ken Reeves

Ken Howard Awards and Nominations

 
Theatre World Awards - 1969 - Performance Gold Star
Ken Howard, 1776

Ken Howard News

Sonya Yoncheva to Star in Bellini's NORMA at the Met in February Photo Sonya Yoncheva to Star in Bellini's NORMA at the Met in February
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 23, 2023

After her highly acclaimed performances as Fedora earlier this month, soprano Sonya Yoncheva will return on February 28 for her Met role debut as the fearless title priestess of Bellini’s scorching bel canto drama Norma. 

Review: Met Audience Tips Its Hat to FEDORA on New Year's Eve Photo Review: Met Audience Tips Its Hat to FEDORA on New Year's Eve
by Richard Sasanow - Jan 1, 2023

Musicologist Joseph Kerman is probably most widely remembered for calling Puccini’s TOSCA “a shabby little shocker.” I wonder whether he’d have something similar to say about Giordano’s FEDORA, which brought the Met audience to its feet on New Year’s Eve?

Review: DON CARLO Returns to the Met, This Time in Italian Photo Review: DON CARLO Returns to the Met, This Time in Italian
by Richard Sasanow - Nov 13, 2022

Last season, the company gave its first presentation of the French version (that’s the one called DON CARLOS, with a final S to his first name), in the five-act version that lasted almost 5 hours. This year, we’re back to Italian, under Carlo Rizzi’s firm baton, in one of a number of versions (this one running about 4 hours) of DON CARLO, which uses shortcuts to tell the story elements deleted with the excision of the first act (usually referred to as “the Fontainebleau scene”).

Interview: Inside Paul Moravec's 'Method' of Composing A NATION OF OTHERS Photo Interview: Inside Paul Moravec's 'Method' of Composing A NATION OF OTHERS
by Richard Sasanow - Nov 7, 2022

When Paul Moravec calls himself as “a sort of Method composer,” in describing his work on A NATION OF OTHERS, commissioned for the Oratorio Society of NY, debuting at Carnegie Hall on Nov. 15, he’s likening his writing to the “Method Acting” technique: getting inside the heads of his characters, understanding their inner motivation and emotions, connecting his own life to theirs.

Tenor Allan Clayton to Star Benjamin Britten's PETER GRIMES The Met Beginning This Mo Photo Tenor Allan Clayton to Star Benjamin Britten's PETER GRIMES The Met Beginning This Month
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 6, 2022

Tenor Allan Clayton, who made his acclaimed Met debut in the title role of Brett Dean’s Hamlet last season, will headline Britten’s haunting masterpiece Peter Grimes when the work returns to the Met for eight performances October 16–November 12, 2022.

Puccini's TOSCA to Return to the Met in October Photo Puccini's TOSCA to Return to the Met in October
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 28, 2022

Puccini’s thrilling masterpiece Tosca returns to the Metropolitan Opera for 15 performances, October 4, 2022–April 15, 2023.

BWW Review: Stravinsky's RAKE Progresses Briefly at the Met Photo BWW Review: Stravinsky's RAKE Progresses Briefly at the Met
by Richard Sasanow - Jun 6, 2022

While I was watching the Met’s current beautiful yet somehow languid production of the Igor Stravinsky and WH Auden/Chester Kallman opera THE RAKE’S PROGRESS the other night--with only two more performances until it goes back into mothballs for probably many years--I couldn’t help wishing that the opera house was more like Broadway.

BWW Review: (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS by Bates and Campbell under Zvulun Closes the  Photo BWW Review: (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS by Bates and Campbell under Zvulun Closes the Circle on Apple's Creation
by Richard Sasanow - May 3, 2022

On Saturday night, Version 2.0 of the Mason Bates-Mark Campbell opera, THE (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS, opened brilliantly as a mainstage production of the Atlanta Opera, in its East Coast premiere, under Tomer Zvulun’s taut direction and Michael Christie’s smart baton. To say the audience greeted the work joyfully would be an understatement.

BWW Review: Stemme and Davidsen Do a Fine Sister Act in ELEKTRA by Strauss at the Met Photo BWW Review: Stemme and Davidsen Do a Fine Sister Act in ELEKTRA by Strauss at the Met
by Richard Sasanow - Apr 3, 2022

Richard Strauss’s ELEKTRA is simply overwhelming--particularly when you have Nina Stemme and, especially, Lise Davidsen, as the title character and her sister Chrysothemis, ably abetted by Greer Grimsley as their brother, Orest, and an incredible supporting cast top to bottom.

BWW Interview: Baritone Etienne Dupuis Brings His 'Je Ne Sais Quoi' to DON CARLOS at  Photo BWW Interview: Baritone Etienne Dupuis Brings His 'Je Ne Sais Quoi' to DON CARLOS at the Met
by Richard Sasanow - Mar 21, 2022

Can you imagine the Met--or any other major opera house--cutting the length of a new opera so commuters could make the last train? That’s what baritone Etienne Dupuis told me about the world premiere in Paris of Verdi’s DON CARLOS (1867). Dupuis is starring as Don Rodrigue, Marquis de Posa, at the Met these days, in the new David McVicar production of the Verdi opera.

Ken Howard Videos

STAGE TUBE: California State Senate Tributes Ken Howard at Today's Floor Session
by Stage Tube - Mar 31, 2016

The California State Senate today adjourned its floor session in honor of the late SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard. Watch the tribute below!

VIDEO: Bartlett Sher Directs Verdi's 'Otello' on PBS' GREAT PERFORMANCES Today
by TV News Desk - Feb 21, 2016

Verdi's late masterpiece based on Shakespeare's tragic drama of jealousy and deceit, OTELLO, airs on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the Met today, February 21 at 12 p.m. on PBS. (Check local listings.) (In New York, THIRTEEN will air the opera at 12:30 p.m.) Get a sneak peek below!

VIDEO: First Look - Bartlett Sher Directs Verdi's 'Otello' on PBS' GREAT PERFORMANCES, 2/21
by Caryn Robbins - Feb 12, 2016

Verdi's late masterpiece based on Shakespeare's tragic drama of jealousy and deceit, OTELLO, airs on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the Met Sunday, February 21 at 12 p.m. on PBS. (Check local listings.) (In New York, THIRTEEN will air the opera at 12:30 p.m.) Get a sneak peek below!

VIDEO: Kevin Hart Wants Josh Gad to 'Show Him the Money' in All-New JERRY MAGUIRE Parody
by Caryn Robbins - Jan 6, 2015

In the clip below, watch the two funnymen re-enact the classic 'Show Me the Money' scene from the 1996 film.

VIDEO: First Look - Josh Gad in All-New WEDDING RINGER Trailer
by Caryn Robbins - Dec 29, 2014

Screen Gems has released an all- ew trailer for THE WEDDING RINGER, hitting theaters on January 16, 2015. The comedy stars Kevin Hart, Josh Gad, and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting

VIDEO: Josh Gad Appears in Surprise Hand Jive Performance on DANCING WITH THE STARS!
by Caryn Robbins - Sep 30, 2014

On last night's DANCING WITH THE STARS, one of the commercial bumper dance number featured 'The Wedding Ringer' co-stars Josh Gad and Kevin Hart.

VIDEO: First Look - Josh Gad, Kevin Hart Star in New Comedy THE WEDDING RINGER
by Caryn Robbins - Sep 25, 2014

Josh Gad (Broadway's Book of Mormong) and comedian Kevin Hart star in the new comedy THE WEDDING RINGER from Sony Pictures Entertainment. The film hits theaters on January 16, 2015. Get a first look below!

VIDEO: First Look - Robert Downey Jr. Stars in Courtroom Drama THE JUDGE
by Caryn Robbins - Sep 17, 2014

THE JUDGE will hit theaters on In theaters October 10th. Get a first look at the new trailer below!

VIDEO: First Look - Josh Gad, Kevin Hart Star in THE WEDDING RINGER
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 20, 2014

Screen Gems has released the new trailer for THE WEDDING RINGER, hitting theaters on January 16, 2015.

BWW TV: Matt Rodrigues Inside The Actor's Fund's West Coast Tony Party Honoring Hal Holbrook!
by BroadwayWorld TV - Jun 14, 2011

On Sunday, June 12, BroadwayWorld.com brought you special and exclusive coverage throughout the night of the 65th Annual Tony Awards, airing on CBS live from the Beacon Theatre in New York City, including backstage videos, photos, speech transcriptions, winners stories, blogs and all the latest from the after parties. The night's big winner was The Book of Mormon, which took home nine prizes, including Best Musical. War Horse and Anything Goes were also evening standouts.


Ken Howard Frequently Asked Questions

What awards has Ken Howard been nominated for?
Performance (Theatre World Awards) for 1776 .

What awards has Ken Howard won?
Performance (Theatre World Awards) for 1776.