George S. Irving

George S. Irving

Performer

Actor George S. Irving, a Tony winner in 1973 for Best Featured Actor in a Musical in Irene opposite Debbie Reynolds, died December 26.

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  • Also known as: George Irving, George Irving Shelasky
  • Born: Nov 1, 1922 in Springfield, Massachusetts
  • Death: Dec 26, 2016 in New York, NY

Roles (64)

Production Placeholder A Wonderful Life (2005)
Opened Dec 12, 2005
  • as Mr. Martini (Original)
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Me and My Girl Playbill - Opening Night, Aug 1986 Me and My Girl (1986)
Opened Aug 10, 1986
  • as Sir John Tremayne (Original)
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On Your Toes Playbill - Opening Night, March 1983 On Your Toes (1983)
Opened Mar 6, 1983
  • as Sergei Alexandrovitch (Original)
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Copperfield Playbill - Opening Night, April 1981 Copperfield (1981)
Opened Apr 16, 1981
  • as Mr. Micawber (Original)
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The Pirates of Penzance Playbill - Jan 1981 The Pirates of Penzance (1981)
Opened Jan 8, 1981
  • as Major General Stanley (Replacement)
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I Remember Mama Playbill - May 1979 I Remember Mama (1979)
Opened May 31, 1979
  • as Uncle Chris (Original)
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Once in a Lifetime Playbill - June 1978 Once in a Lifetime (1978)
Opened Jun 15, 1978
  • as Herman Glogauer (Original)
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So Long, 174th Street Playbill - April 1976 So Long, 174th Street (1976)
Opened Apr 27, 1976
  • as Marlowe (Original)
  • as Judge (Original)
  • as Butler (Original)
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The 29th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Apr 20, 1975 The 29th Annual Tony Awards - 1975 (1975)
Opened Apr 20, 1975
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All Over Town Playbill - Dec 1974 All Over Town (1974)
Opened Dec 29, 1974
  • as Dr. Lionel Morris (Replacement)
  • Arrived on Mar 11, 1975

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1972 Outstanding Performance An Evening with Richard Nixon and... Winner
Tony Award
1987 Best Featured Actor in a Musical Me and My Girl Nominee
1973 Best Featured Actor in a Musical Irene Winner
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