Reid Shelton

Reid Shelton

Performer
  • Born: Oct 7, 1924 in Salem, Oregon
  • Death: Jun 8, 1997 in Portland, Oregon

Roles (22)

Annie Playbill - Feb 1980 Annie (1977)
Opened Apr 21, 1977
  • as Oliver Warbucks (Original)
Annie - May 1977
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1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Playbill - May 1976 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue (1976)
Opened May 4, 1976
  • as Senator Roscoe Conkling (Original)
  • as New York (Original)
  • as Cockburn (Original)
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<i>The Rothschilds</i> Playbill - Oct 1970 The Rothschilds (1970)
Opened Oct 19, 1970
  • as Prince William of Hesse (Replacement)
  • as Prince Metternich (Replacement)
  • as Joseph Fouche (Replacement)
  • as Herries (Replacement)
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Canterbury Tales Playbill - Feb 1969 Canterbury Tales (1969)
Opened Feb 3, 1969
  • as Knight (Original)
  • as King (Original)
  • as Merchant (Understudy - Original)
Canterbury Tales - Opening Night
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Oh What a Lovely War Playbill - Sept 1964 Oh What a Lovely War (1964)
Opened Sep 30, 1964
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cover_no_shadow My Fair Lady (1956)
Opened Mar 15, 1956
  • as Singing Ensemble (Original)
  • as First Cockney (Original)
  • as Butler (Original)
  • as Freddy Eynsford-Hill (Understudy - Original)
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The Saint of Bleecker Street Playbill - Jan 1955 The Saint of Bleecker Street (1954)
Opened Dec 27, 1954
  • as Neighbors, Friends, Policemen, Etc... (Original)
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By the Beautiful Sea Playbill - April 1954 By the Beautiful Sea (1954)
Opened Apr 8, 1954
  • as Singing Ensemble (Original)
  • as Quartet (Original)
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Wish You Were Here Playbill - Aug 1953 Wish You Were Here (1952)
Opened Jun 25, 1952
  • as Joe (Original)
  • as Eli (Replacement)
  • as Schmutz (Understudy - Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1977 Outstanding Actor in a Musical Annie Nominee
Tony Award
1977 Best Actor in a Musical Annie Nominee

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