From The Robber Bridegroom to Present Laughter: Look Back at Kevin Kline on the Stage

Photo Features   From The Robber Bridegroom to Present Laughter: Look Back at Kevin Kline on the Stage
 
The three-time Tony winner celebrates his birthday October 24.
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Kevin Kline Joan Marcus

Kevin Kline, who was a member of the legendary inaugural season of The Acting Company (along with Patti LuPone and others), won Tony Awards for On the 20th Century in 1978 (at the St. James) and for The Pirates of Penzance in 1981, two roles that made good use of his skill at swashbuckling physical comedy. Kline was seen on Broadway most recently in the 2007 revival of Cyrano de Bergerac and Present Laughter for which he won his third Tony Award. He won an Academy Award for his performance in A Fish Called Wanda.

Flip through the photos of some of his career highlight below:

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