Harriet Harris

Harriet Harris

Performer
  • Born: Jan 8, 1955 in Fort Worth, Texas

Roles (9)

It Shoulda Been You Playbill - Opening Night It Shoulda Been You (2015)
Opened Apr 14, 2015
  • as Georgette Howard (Original)
It Shoulda Been You - Opening Night
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Cinderella Playbill - Opening Night Cinderella (2013)
Opened Mar 3, 2013
  • as Madame (Original)
Cinderella - Opening Night
  • Jan 25, 2013 - Jan 26, 2014
Present Laughter Playbill - Opening Night Present Laughter (2010)
Opened Jan 21, 2010
  • as Monica Reed (Original)
Present Laughter - Opening Night
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Cry Baby Playbill - Opening Night Cry-Baby (2008)
Opened Apr 24, 2008
  • as Mrs. Vernon-Williams (Original)
Cry-Baby - Opening Night
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<i>Old Acquaintance</i> Playbill - Opening Night Old Acquaintance (2007)
Opened Jun 28, 2007
  • as Mildred Watson Drake (Original)
Old Acquaintance - Opening Night
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Thoroughly Modern Millie Playbill - Opening Night Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002)
Opened Apr 18, 2002
  • as Mrs. Meers (Original)
  • as Mrs. Meers (Replacement)
Thoroughly Modern Millie - Opening Night
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  • Jun 7, 2004 - Jun 20, 2004
The Man Who Came to Dinner Playbill - July 2000 The Man Who Came to Dinner (2000)
Opened Jul 27, 2000
  • as Maggie Cutler (Original)
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Four Baboons Adoring the Sun Playbill - Opening Night, March 1992 Four Baboons Adoring the Sun (1992)
Opened Mar 18, 1992
  • as Penny McKenzie (Understudy - Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
2002 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Thoroughly Modern Millie Winner
1993 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Jeffrey Nominee
1992 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Bella, Belle of Byelorussia Nominee
Drama League
2018 Distinguished Performance The Low Road Nominee
2017 Distinguished Performance The Roads to Home Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
2018 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play The Low Road Nominee
2008 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Cry-Baby Nominee
Tony Award
2002 Best Featured Actress in a Musical Thoroughly Modern Millie Winner
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