Keene Curtis

Keene Curtis

Performer

Keene Curtis, the Tony Award-winning actor whose range included roles in everything from The School for Scandal, The Wild Duck and The Cherry Orchard — to Daddy Warbucks in Annie — died early Oct. 13, 2002, near Salt Lake City, after battling Alzheimer's disease, according to industry friends. Keene Curtis, the Tony Award-winning actor whose range included roles in everything from The School for Scandal, The Wild Duck and The Cherry Orchard — to Daddy Warbucks in Annie — died early Oct. 13 near Salt Lake City, after battling Alzheimer's disease, according to industry friends.

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  • Also known as: Keene Holbrook Curtis
  • Born: Feb 15, 1923 in Salt Lake City, UT, USA
  • Death: Oct 13, 2002 in Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Roles (36)

Production Placeholder Black Comedy (1993)
Opened Sep 1, 1993
  • as Colonel Melkett (Original)
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La Cage aux Folles Playbill - Aug 1983 La Cage aux Folles (1983)
Opened Aug 21, 1983
  • as Albin (Replacement)
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Division Street Playbill - Oct 1980 Division Street (1980)
Opened Oct 8, 1980
  • as Yovan (Original)
Division Street - Opening Night
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Annie Playbill - Feb 1980 Annie (1977)
Opened Apr 21, 1977
  • as Oliver Warbucks (Replacement)
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Via Galactica Playbill - November 1972 Via Galactica (1972)
Opened Nov 28, 1972
  • as Dr. Isaacs (Original)
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Night Watch Playbill - Opening Night, Feb 1972 Night Watch (1972)
Opened Feb 28, 1972
  • as Curtis Appleby (Original)
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The Rothschilds Playbill - Oct 1970 The Rothschilds (1970)
Opened Oct 19, 1970
  • as Prince William of Hesse (Original)
  • as Prince Metternich (Original)
  • as Joseph Fouche (Original)
  • as Herries (Original)
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<i>Blood Red Roses</i> Playbill - March 1970 Blood Red Roses (1970)
Opened Mar 22, 1970
  • as Napoleon III (Original)
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A Patriot for Me Playbill - Oct 1969 A Patriot for Me (1969)
Opened Oct 6, 1969
  • as Col. Mischa Oblensky (Original)
A Patriot for Me - Opening Night
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Production Placeholder Hamlet (1969)
Opened Mar 3, 1969
  • as Player (Original)
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Awards

Tony Award
1971 Featured Actor in a Musical The Rothschilds Winner