Fred Astaire

Fred Astaire

Performer
  • Also known as: Frederick Austerlitz
  • Born: May 10, 1899 in Omaha, Nebraska
  • Death: Jun 22, 1987 in Los Angeles, California

Roles (22)

The 29th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Apr 20, 1975 The 29th Annual Tony Awards - 1975 (1975)
Opened Apr 20, 1975
  • as Presenter (Original)
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Gay Divorce Playbill - Jan 1933 Gay Divorce (1932)
Opened Nov 29, 1932
  • as Guy (Original)
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The Band Wagon Playbill - Sept 1931 The Band Wagon (1931)
Opened Jun 3, 1931
  • as The Demonstrator (Original)
  • as Simpson Cater (Original)
  • as "For Good Old Nectar" (Original)
  • as "White Heat" (Original)
  • as "The Beggar Waltz" (Original)
  • as "Sweet Music" (Original)
  • as "New Sun in the Sky" (Original)
  • as "I Love Louisa" (Original)
  • as "Hoops" (Original)
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Smiles Playbill - November 1930 Smiles (1930)
Opened Nov 18, 1930
  • as Bob Hastings (Original)
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Funny Face Playbill - November 1927 Funny Face (1927)
Opened Nov 22, 1927
  • as Jimmy Reeve (Original)
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Production Placeholder Sunny (1925)
Opened Sep 22, 1925
  • Marilyn Miller's Dances with Boys Production
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Lady, Be Good - December 1924 Lady, Be Good (1924)
Opened Dec 1, 1924
  • as Dick Trevor (Original)
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Production Placeholder The Bunch and Judy (1922)
Opened Nov 28, 1922
  • as Gerald Lane (Original)
  • as Antonio (Original)
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Production Placeholder For Goodness Sake (1922)
Opened Feb 21, 1922
  • as Teddy Lawrence (Original)
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Production Placeholder The Love Letter (1921)
Opened Oct 4, 1921
  • as Richard Kolnar (Original)
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