Edward Herrmann

Edward Herrmann

Performer

Edward Herrmann, a magisterial acting presence who made his mark in theatre, film and television, including a few memorable turns at Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and a Tony-winning performance in a 1976 revival of Shaw’s Mrs. Warren’s Profression, died Dec. 31 in Manhattan. The cause was brain cancer. He was 71.

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  • Also known as: Ed Hermann, Ed Herrmann
  • Born: Jul 21, 1943 in Washington, D.C.
  • Death: Dec 31, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA

Roles (6)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1997 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Psychopatria Sexualis Nominee
1976 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Mrs. Warren's Profession Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
1997 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Psychopathia Sexualis Nominee
Tony Award
1983 Best Actor in a Play Plenty Nominee
1976 Best Featured Actor in a Play Mrs. Warren's Profession Winner
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