Ray Bolger

Ray Bolger

Performer
  • Also known as: Raymond Wallace Bulcao
  • Born: Jan 10, 1904 in Dorchester, Massachusetts
  • Death: Jan 15, 1987 in Los Angeles, California

Roles (39)

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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Come Summer Playbill - March 1969 Come Summer (1969)
Opened Mar 18, 1969
  • as Phineas Sharp (Original)
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All American Playbill - Opening Night, Mar 1962 All American (1962)
Opened Mar 19, 1962
  • as Professor Fodorski (Original)
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Where's Charley? Playbill - Feb 1951 Where's Charley? (1951)
Opened Jan 29, 1951
  • as Charley Wykeham (Original)
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Where's Charley? Playbill - March 1949 Where's Charley? (1948)
Opened Oct 11, 1948
  • as Charley Wykeham (Original)
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Three To Make Ready Playbill - April 1946 Three to Make Ready (1946)
Opened Mar 7, 1946
  • as Solo Act (Original)
  • as Clyde Griffiths (Original)
  • as Jo (Original)
  • as "A Lovely Lazy Kind of Day" Dancer (Original)
  • as Principal (Original)
  • as "If It's Love" Dancer (Original)
  • as The Sack (Original)
  • as He (Original)
  • as Salesman (Original)
  • as "The Old Soft Shoe" Singer & Dancer (Original)
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By Jupiter Playbill - July 1942 By Jupiter (1942)
Opened Jun 3, 1942
  • as Sapiens (Original)
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Production Placeholder Keep Off the Grass (1940)
Opened May 23, 1940
  • as "This is Winter" Dancer (Original)
  • as "Crazy as a Loon" Singer/Dancer (Original)
  • as Thirsty Man (Original)
  • as "Old Jitterbug" Singer (Original)
  • as "Raffles" Dancer (Original)
  • as "A Latin Tune, A Manhattan Moon, and You Dancer (Original)
  • as The Tiger (Original)
  • as "Old Jitterbug" Dancer (Original)
  • as "Rhett, Scarlett & Ashley" Singer (Original)
  • as "A Latin Tune, A Manhattan Moon, and You Singer (Original)
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On Your Toes Playbill - Jan 1937 On Your Toes (1936)
Opened Apr 11, 1936
  • as Hoofer (Original)
  • as Phil Dolan III (Original)
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Life Begins at 8:40 Playbill - Sept 1934 Life Begins at 8:40 (1934)
Opened Aug 27, 1934
  • as Stowaway (Original)
  • as "I'm Not Myself" Singer (Original)
  • as "You're a Builder-Upper" Singer (Original)
  • as Boccaccio (Original)
  • as The Window Dresser (Original)
  • as "The Elks and the Masons" Singer (Original)
  • as Pierre (Original)
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Awards

Tony Award
1962 Actor in a Musical All American Nominee
1949 Actor in a Musical Where's Charley? Winner