Jack Cassidy

Jack Cassidy

Performer
  • Also known as: John Joseph Edward Cassidy
  • Born: Mar 5, 1927 in Richmond Hill, NY, USA
  • Death: Dec 12, 1976 in West Hollywood, CA, USA

Roles (24)

Murder Among Friends Playbill - Dec 1975 Murder Among Friends (1975)
Opened Dec 28, 1975
  • as Palmer Forrester (Original)
Murder Among Friends - Opening Night
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The Mundy Scheme Playbill - Dec 1969 The Mundy Scheme (1969)
Opened Dec 11, 1969
  • as Mick Maloney (Original)
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Maggie Flynn Playbill - Opening Night, Oct 1968 Maggie Flynn (1968)
Opened Oct 23, 1968
  • as The Clown (Original)
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Superman Playbill - March 1966 "It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman" (1966)
Opened Mar 29, 1966
  • as Max Mencken (Original)
Superman - Opening Night
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Fade Out Fade In Playbill - Opening Night, May 1964 Fade Out - Fade In (1964)
Opened May 26, 1964
  • as Byron Prong (Original)
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She Loves Me Playbill - Jan 1964 She Loves Me (1963)
Opened Apr 23, 1963
  • as Steven Kodaly (Original)
She Loves Me - Opening Night
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Shangri-La Playbill - June 1956 Shangri-La (1956)
Opened Jun 13, 1956
  • as Charles Mallinson (Original)
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Sandhog Playbill - Nov 1954 Sandhog (1954)
Opened Nov 23, 1954
  • as Johnny O'Sullivan (Original)
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Wish You Were Here Playbill - Aug 1953 Wish You Were Here (1952)
Opened Jun 25, 1952
  • as Chick Miller (Original)
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Production Placeholder Alive and Kicking (1950)
Opened Jan 17, 1950
  • as Trio (Original)
  • as First Man (Original)
  • as "Propinquity" Singer (Original)
  • as "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer (Original)
  • as "Building Going Up" Singer (Original)
  • as "Alive and Kicking" Singer (Original)
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Awards

Tony Award
1969 Best Actor in a Musical Maggie Flynn Nominee
1966 Best Actor in a Musical "It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman" Nominee
1965 Best Featured Actor in a Musical Fade Out - Fade In Nominee
1964 Best Featured Actor in a Musical She Loves Me Winner

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