Garber, who was Tony-nominated for his performances in Damn Yankees, Lend Me a Tenor, Little Me and Deathtrap, is also known for his musical film appearances. The actor, who was seen in the Toronto production of Stephen Schwartz's Godspell, also starred as Jesus in the 1973 film adaptation. Garber was also seen in the TV film adaptation of Annie and the ABC series "Eli Stone."
His other Broadway credits include Present Laughter, Art, Arcadia, Two Shakespearean Actors, The Devil's Disciple, You Never Can Tell, Noises Off, Sweeney Todd, They're Playing Our Song, Tartuffe and The Shadow Box.
Garber sings "All for the Best" in the 1973 film adaptation of Godspell:
He also sings "God Save the People" in the film:
Garber starred as Oliver Warbucks in the 1999 film adaptation of Annie. Here is his performance of "NYC":
And, here is a clip featuring "Something Was Missing" and "I Don't Need Anything But You":
Garber starred as John Wilkes Booth in the original Off-Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim's Assassins. Here is a performance at Carnegie Hall of "The Ballad of Booth" alongside Patrick Cassidy, who played The Balladeer:
At the This Is Your Song: Broadway Sings Elton John concert in 2000, Garber performed "The Last Song":
The performer is also known for playing Jordan Wethersby on ABC's "Eli Stone." Here is a clip from the show's second season:
Garber was featured on Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' "Home for the Holidays" CD. Here is the audio of "I'll Be Home for Christmas":
Garber originated the role of Anthony in the original Broadway production of Sweeney Todd — we had to include his performance of "Johanna." Here's the audio: