Rickman, who currently stars opposite Lindsay Duncan in this season's Tony winning Best Revival of a Play, will appear on PBS-TV's "The Charlie Rose Show," which airs in the Metropolitan area on WNET/Thirteen from 11 PM to midnight. Stephen L. Carter, author of "The Emperor of Ocean Park," will also be featured on the program.
Alan Rickman was previously nominated for a Tony for his performance in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, a role he also performed in London's West End. The British actor has appeared in a plethora of theatrical, film and television productions. Among his many theatrical credits are Commitment, The Last Elephant, Bad Language, The Seagull, The Tempest, Love's Labour's Lost, Antony and Cleopatra and Measure for Measure. His film work includes roles in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," "Die Hard," "The January Man," "Truly Madly Deeply," "Bob Roberts," "Mesmer," "Sense and Sensibility" and "Michael Collins." Rickman won Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Awards for his performance in the TV production "Rasputin."
Private Lives is currently playing the Richard Rodgers Theatre, 226 W. 46th Street. Call (212) 307-4100 for tickets.