Paxton Whitehead

Paxton Whitehead

Performer, Dramaturg
  • Born: Oct 17, 1937 in East Malling, Kent, England, United Kingdom

Roles (20)

The Importance of Being Earnest Playbill - Opening Night The Importance of Being Earnest (2011)
Opened Jan 13, 2011
  • as Rev. Canon Chasuble (Original)
The Importance of Being Earnest - Opening Night
  • Dec 17, 2010 - Mar 21, 2011
Absurd Person Singular Playbill - Opening Night Absurd Person Singular (2005)
Opened Oct 18, 2005
  • as Ronald (Original)
Absurd Person Singular - Opening Night
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My Fair Lady Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1993 My Fair Lady (1993)
Opened Dec 9, 1993
  • as Colonel Pickering (Original)
  • as Henry Higgins (Replacement)
  • as Henry Higgins (Understudy - Original)
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A Little Hotel on the Side Playbill - Jan 1992 A Little Hotel on the Side (1992)
Opened Jan 26, 1992
  • as Mathieu (Original)
  • Dramaturg
A Little Hotel on the Side - Jan 1992
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Lettice and Lovage Playbill - Dec 1990 Lettice and Lovage (1990)
Opened Mar 25, 1990
  • as Mr. Bardolph (Original)
Lettice & Lovage - Opening night
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Artist Descending a Staircase Playbill - Nov 1989 Artist Descending a Staircase (1989)
Opened Nov 30, 1989
  • as Martello (Original)
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Run For Your Wife Playbill - Opening Night, March 1989 Run for Your Wife (1989)
Opened Mar 7, 1989
  • as Stanley Gardner (Original)
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Noises Off Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1983 Noises Off (1983)
Opened Dec 11, 1983
  • as Frederick Fellowes (Original)
Noises Off - Opening Night
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Camelot Playbill - July 1980 Camelot (1980)
Opened Jul 8, 1980
  • as King Pellinore (Original)
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The Crucifer of Blood Playbill - Sept 1978 The Crucifer of Blood (1978)
Opened Sep 28, 1978
  • as Sherlock Holmes (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1981 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical Camelot Nominee
Tony Award
1981 Best Featured Actor in a Musical Camelot Nominee
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