Bert Lahr

Bert Lahr

Performer
  • Also known as: Irving Lahrheim
  • Born: Aug 13, 1895 in New York, New York
  • Death: Dec 4, 1967 in New York, New York

Roles (67)

cover Foxy (1964)
Opened Feb 16, 1964
  • as Foxy (Original)
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The Beauty Part Playbill - Dec 1962 The Beauty Part (1962)
Opened Dec 26, 1962
  • as Milo Leotard Allardyce DuPlessis Weatherwax (Original)
  • as Hyacinth Beddoes Laffoon (Original)
  • as Harry Hubris (Original)
  • as Nelson Smedley (Original)
  • as Judge Herman J. Rinderbrust (Original)
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The Girls Against the Boys Playbill - Nov 1959 The Girls Against the Boys (1959)
Opened Nov 2, 1959
  • as Monroe Fuller (Original)
  • as Harry (Original)
  • as Passenger (Original)
  • as Husband (Original)
The Girls Against the Boys Playbill - Nov 1959
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Hotel Paradiso Playbill - May 1957 Hotel Paradiso (1957)
Opened Apr 11, 1957
  • as Bonifacea builder (Original)
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Waiting for Godot Playbill - April 1956 Waiting for Godot (1956)
Opened Apr 19, 1956
  • as Estragon (Original)
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Two on the Aisle Playbill - July 1951 Two on the Aisle (1951)
Opened Jul 19, 1951
  • as The Clown (Original)
  • as Specialty Performer (Original)
  • as Siegfried (Original)
  • as Schneider (Original)
  • as Mr. Murdock (Original)
  • as Lovey (Original)
  • as Lefty Hogan (Original)
  • as Him (Original)
  • as Close Friend (Original)
  • as A Vaudevillian (Original)
  • as Captain Universe (Original)
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Burlesque Playbill - Jan 1947 Burlesque (1946)
Opened Dec 25, 1946
  • as Skid (Original)
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Seven Lively Arts Playbill - Feb 1945 Seven Lively Arts (1944)
Opened Dec 7, 1944
  • as The Stagehand (Original)
  • as The Patient (Original)
  • as Mr. Clarence Day (Original)
  • as "Fragonard in Pink" (Original)
  • as "Drink" Singer (Original)
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Du Barry Was a Lady Playbill - Jan 1940 Du Barry Was a Lady (1939)
Opened Dec 6, 1939
  • as Louis Blore (Original)
  • as His Most Royal Majesty, The King of France (Original)
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The Show is On Playbill - Feb 1937 The Show Is On (1936)
Opened Dec 25, 1936
  • as "Woof" Performer (Original)
  • as "Song of the Woodman" Performer (Original)
  • as "Epilogue" Performer (Original)
  • as Ronald Taylor (Original)
  • as Putty Nose (Original)
  • as Mihael (Original)
  • as Bert Larrimore (Original)
  • as A Critic (Original)
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Awards

Tony Award
1964 Actor in a Musical Foxy Winner
1963 Actor in a Play The Beauty Part Nominee