PHOTO ARCHIVE: Celebrating John Lithgow's Onstage Career
Six-time Tony Award nominee (and two-time winner) John Lithgow celebrates his 67th birthday on Oct. 19. Playbill.com looks back at a stage career that spans over 45 years.
The 1973 production of
The Changing Room marked Lithgow's Broadway debut, winning him a Tony for Best Featured Actor in a Play.
He has since played over 20 roles on Broadway, earning additional Tony nominations for
Requiem for a Heavyweight, M. Butterfly and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
View the Entire Photo Gallery David Hyde Pierce, Peter Michael Goetz, Kate McGregor-Stewart, Jack Gilpin, John Lithgow and Dianne Weist in Beyond Therapy, 1982 Photo by Martha Swope
More on Lithgow's career at the Playbill Vault.
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