Louis Zorich

Louis Zorich

Performer

Louis Zorich, a Tony nominee for the 1969 play Hadrian VII, died January 30 at the age of 93. His death was confirmed to the Hollywood Reporter by a representative at the talent agency Don Buchwald and Associates.

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  • Born: Feb 12, 1924 in Chicago, IL
  • Death: Jan 30, 2018 in New York, NY

Roles (26)

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Playbill - Opening Night Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (2003)
Opened Feb 6, 2003
  • as Sturdyvant (Original)
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom - Opening Night
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45 Seconds from Broadway Playbill - Opening Night 45 Seconds from Broadway (2001)
Opened Nov 11, 2001
  • as Bernie (Original)
45 Seconds From Broadway - Opening Night
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Follies Playbill - Opening Night Follies (2001)
Opened Apr 5, 2001
  • as Dimitri Weismann (Original)
Follies - Opening Night
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She Loves Me Playbill - Opening Night, June 1993 She Loves Me (1993)
Opened Jun 10, 1993
  • as Mr. Maraczek (Original)
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The Marriage of Figaro Playbill - Opening Night, Oct 1985 The Marriage of Figaro (1985)
Opened Oct 10, 1985
  • as Dr. Bartholo (Original)
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Arms and the Man Playbill - July 1985 Arms and the Man (1985)
Opened May 30, 1985
  • as Major Paul Petkoff (Original)
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Death of a Salesman Playbill - April 1984 Death of a Salesman (1984)
Opened Mar 29, 1984
  • as Uncle Ben (Original)
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Herzl Playbill - Dec 1976 Herzl (1976)
Opened Nov 30, 1976
  • as Moritz Benedikt (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg They Knew What They Wanted (1976)
Opened Jan 27, 1976
  • as Tony (Original)
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Goodtime Charley Playbill - March 1975 Goodtime Charley (1975)
Opened Mar 3, 1975
  • as General George de La Tremouille (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1976 Outstanding Actor in a Play They Knew What They Wanted Nominee
Tony Award
1969 Best Featured Actor in a Play Hadrian VII Nominee
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