PHOTO ARCHIVE: Celebrating Three-Time Tony Winner Frank Langella

By Joseph Marzullo
15 Jan 2014

Three-time Tony Award winner Frank Langella, who is currently starring in King Lear at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, boasts a theatre career spanning five decades. takes a look at his stage work.

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Frank Langella in the 1977 Broadway production Dracula.
Photo by Martha Swope

Langella has performed on Broadway in Man and Boy; A Man For All Seasons; Match; Present Laughter; The Father; Sherlock’s Last Case; Hurlyburly; Design for Living; Passion; Amadeus; Passione; Dracula; A Cry of Players and Yerma. Frank received his Tony awards for his work in Seascape; Fortune’s Fool and Frost/Nixon.

Frank’s film credits boast "Dracula," "Lolita," "The Ninth Gate," "Small Soldiers," "Dave," "Diary of a Mad Housewife" and "The Twelve Chairs." He is an Academy Award nominee for "Frost/Nixon."