Jack Albertson

Jack Albertson

Performer
  • Born: Jun 16, 1907 in Malden, Massachusetts
  • Death: Nov 25, 1981 in Hollywood, California

Roles (21)

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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The Sunshine Boys Playbill - January 1973 The Sunshine Boys (1972)
Opened Dec 20, 1972
  • as Willie Clark (Original)
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The 23rd Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Apr 20, 1969 The 23rd Annual Tony Awards - 1969 (1969)
Opened Apr 20, 1969
  • as Presenter (Original)
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The Subject Was Roses Playbill - May 1964 The Subject Was Roses (1964)
Opened May 25, 1964
  • as John Cleary (Original)
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Top Banana Playbill - Dec 1951 Top Banana (1951)
Opened Nov 1, 1951
  • as Vic Davis (Original)
  • as Jerry Biffle (Understudy - Original)
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Tickets, Please! Playbill - May 8, 1950 Tickets, Please! (1950)
Opened Apr 27, 1950
  • as "You Can't Take It With You" Performer (Original)
  • as "Spring Has Come" Performer (Original)
  • as "Roller Derby" Perfomer (Original)
  • as "Maha the Great" Performer (Original)
  • as "Back at the Palace" Performer (Original)
  • as "A Senate Investigation" Performer (Original)
  • as Artist (Original)
  • as "The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian (Original)
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The Cradle Will Rock Playbill - Dec 1947 The Cradle Will Rock (1947)
Opened Dec 26, 1947
  • as Yasha (Original)
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A Lady Says Yes Playbill - Jan 1945 A Lady Says Yes (1945)
Opened Jan 10, 1945
  • as Dr. Bartoli (Original)
  • as Doctor (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg Allah Be Praised! (1944)
Opened Apr 20, 1944
  • as Emir (Original)
  • as Caswell (Original)
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Strip for Action Playbill - Nov 1942 Strip for Action (1942)
Opened Sep 30, 1942
  • as Eddie (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1973 Outstanding Performance The Sunshine Boys Winner
Tony Award
1973 Best Actor in a Play The Sunshine Boys Nominee
1965 Best Featured Actor in a Play The Subject Was Roses Winner
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