Dennis King (Performer) | Playbill

Dennis King

Performer
  • Born: Nov 01, 1897 in Coventry
  • Death: May 20, 1971 in New York, New York

Roles (43)

A Patriot for Me Playbill - Oct 1969 A Patriot for Me
Opened October 06, 1969
  • as Baron von Epp (Original)
A Patriot for Me Playbill - Oct 1969
Portrait of a Queen Playbill - Feb 1968 Portrait of a Queen
Opened February 28, 1968
  • as Benjamin Disraeli (Original)
The Loves of Cass McGuire Playbill - October 1966 The Loves of Cass McGuire
Opened October 06, 1966
  • as Mr. Ingram (Original)
Minor Miracle Playbill - Oct 1965 Minor Miracle
Opened October 07, 1965
  • as Bishop William O'Leary (Original)
Photo Finish Playbill - Feb 1963 Photo Finish
Opened February 12, 1963
  • as Sam Elderly (Original)
Photo Finish Playbill - Feb 1963
Love and Libel Love and Libel
Opened December 07, 1960
  • as Humphrey Cobbler (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Greatest Man Alive
Opened May 08, 1957
  • as Amos Benedict (Original)
The Hidden River Playbill - Jan 1957 The Hidden River
Opened January 23, 1957
  • as Daniel Monnerie (Original)
Shangri-La Playbill - June 1956 Shangri-La
Opened June 13, 1956
  • as Hugh Conway (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Affair of Honor
Opened April 06, 1956
  • as Major Rogers (Original)
A Day By The Sea Playbill - Sept 1955 A Day by the Sea
Opened September 26, 1955
  • as Doctor Farley (Original)
Lunatics and Lovers Playbill - Jan 1955 Lunatics and Lovers
Opened December 13, 1954
  • as Judge Sullivan (Original)
The Strong Are Lonely Playbill - Sept 1953 The Strong Are Lonely
Opened September 29, 1953
  • as Don Pedro de Miura (Original)
Music in the Air Playbill - Oct 1951 Music in the Air
Opened October 08, 1951
  • as Bruno Mahler (Original)
Billy Budd Playbill - Feb 1951 Billy Budd
Opened February 10, 1951
  • as Edward Fairfax Vere (Original)
The Devil's Disciple Playbill - March 1950 The Devil's Disciple
Opened February 21, 1950
  • as General Burgoyne (Original)
Medea Playbill - Oct 1947 Medea
Opened October 20, 1947
  • as Jason (Replacement)
The Haven Playbill - Nov 1946 The Haven
Opened November 13, 1946
  • Performer
He Who Gets Slapped Playbill - March 1946 He Who Gets Slapped
Opened March 20, 1946
  • as Funny (Original)
Dunnigan's Daughter Playbill - Dec 1945 Dunnigan's Daughter
Opened December 26, 1945
  • as Clay Rainier (Original)
The Searching Wind Playbill - April 1944 The Searching Wind
Opened April 12, 1944
  • as Alexander Hazen (Original)
The Three Sisters Playbill - Feb 1943 The Three Sisters
Opened December 21, 1942
  • as Vershinin (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Lorelei
Opened November 29, 1938
  • Producer
I Married an Angel Playbill - June 1938 I Married an Angel
Opened May 11, 1938
  • as Count Willy Palarffi (Original)
A Doll's House Playbill - Jan 1938 A Doll's House
Opened December 27, 1937
  • as Torvald Helmer (Original)
Frederika Playbill - Feb 1937 Frederika
Opened February 04, 1937
  • as Goethe (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Parnell
Opened May 04, 1936
  • as Parnell (Original)
Petticoat Fever Playbill - March 1935 Petticoat Fever
Opened March 04, 1935
  • as Dascom Dinsmore (Original)
Richard of Bordeaux Playbill - Feb 1934 Richard of Bordeaux
Opened February 14, 1934
  • as Richard II (Original)
  • Producer
Show Boat Playbill - Aug 1932 Show Boat
Opened May 19, 1932
  • as Gaylord Ravenal (Original)
Peter Ibbetson Playbill - May 1931 Peter Ibbetson
Opened April 08, 1931
  • as Peter Ibbetson (Original)
The Three Musketeers Playbill - March 1928 The Three Musketeers
Opened March 13, 1928
  • as D'Artagnan (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Vagabond King
Opened September 21, 1925
  • as Francois Villon (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Rose-Marie
Opened September 02, 1924
  • as Jim Kenyon (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Antony and Cleopatra
Opened February 19, 1924
  • as Messenger (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Lucky One
Opened November 20, 1922
  • as Gerald Farringdon (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Back to Methuselah
Opened February 27, 1922
  • as Cain (Original)
  • as Strephon (Original)
  • as The Ghost of Cain (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Fair Circassian
Opened December 06, 1921
  • as The Hon. Claude Faulconhurst (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Clair De Lune
Opened April 18, 1921
  • as The Marquis of Trois Fleures (Original)

Awards

Tony Award
1970 Best Featured Actor in a Play Nominee
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