Mason Adams

Mason Adams

Performer

Mason Adams, the paternal theatre, film and TV character actor whose voice was so warm he was heard on commercials for Smucker's jams, died April 26, 2005, at age 86, according to The New York Times. He died of natural causes at his home on the Upper East Side, his daughter Betsy told the Times.

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  • Born: Feb 26, 1919 in Brooklyn, NY
  • Death: Apr 26, 2005 in New York, NY

Roles (11)

The Man Who Had All the Luck Playbill - May 2002 The Man Who Had All the Luck (2002)
Opened May 1, 2002
  • as Dan Dibble (Original)
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Checking Out Playbill - Sept 1976 Checking Out (1976)
Opened Sep 14, 1976
  • as Dr. Theodore Applebaum (Original)
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The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window Playbill - Jan 1972 The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window (1972)
Opened Jan 26, 1972
  • as Wally O'Hara (Original)
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The Trial of the Catonsville Nine Playbill - June 1971 The Trial of the Catonsville Nine (1971)
Opened Jun 2, 1971
  • as Judge (Original)
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Inquest Playbill - April 1970 Inquest (1970)
Opened Apr 23, 1970
  • as Irving Saypol (Original)
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Tall Story Playbill - Feb 1959 Tall Story (1959)
Opened Jan 29, 1959
  • as Sandy Hardy (Original)
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A Shadow of My Enemy Playbill - Dec 1957 A Shadow of My Enemy (1957)
Opened Dec 11, 1957
  • as The Second Interrogator (Original)
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Violet Playbill - Nov 1944 Violet (1944)
Opened Oct 24, 1944
  • as Walter Meeker (Original)
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Career Angel Playbill - May 1944 Career Angel (1944)
Opened May 23, 1944
  • as Brother Ubaldus (Original)
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Production Placeholder Public Relations (1944)
Opened Apr 6, 1944
  • as Frank Hollis (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1988 Outstanding Ensemble Performance The Day Room Nominee