Eli Wallach

Eli Wallach

Performer
  • Born: Dec 7, 1915 in Brooklyn, New York
  • Death: Jun 24, 2014 in New York, NY

Roles (35)

The 50th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - June 2, 1996 The 50th Annual Tony Awards - 1996 (1996)
Opened Jun 2, 1996
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
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The Flowering Peach Playbill - March 1994 The Flowering Peach (1994)
Opened Mar 20, 1994
  • as Noah (Original)
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The Price Playbill - Opening Night, June 1992 The Price (1992)
Opened Jun 10, 1992
  • as Gregory Solomon (Original)
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Cafe Crown Playbill - Opening Night, Feb 1989 Cafe Crown (1989)
Opened Feb 18, 1989
  • as David Cole (Original)
Cafe Crown - Opening Night
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Twice Around the Park Playbill - Nov 1982 A Need for Less Expertise (1982)
Opened Nov 4, 1982
  • as Gus Frazier (Original)
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Twice Around the Park Playbill - Nov 1982 A Need for Brussels Sprouts (1982)
Opened Nov 4, 1982
  • as Leon Rose (Original)
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Saturday Sunday Monday Playbill - Nov 1974 Saturday, Sunday, Monday (1974)
Opened Nov 21, 1974
  • as Peppino (Original)
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The Waltz of the Toreadors Playbill - Sept 1973 The Waltz of the Toreadors (1973)
Opened Sep 13, 1973
  • as General St. Pé (Original)
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Promenade, All! Playbill - April 1972 Promenade, All! (1972)
Opened Apr 16, 1972
  • as Ollie H (1920) (Original)
  • as Wesley (Approximately Now) (Original)
  • as Wesley (1945) (Original)
  • as Ollie H (1895) (Original)
Promenade - Opening Night
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The 22nd Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Apr 21, 1968 The 22nd Annual Tony Awards - 1968 (1968)
Opened Apr 21, 1968
  • as Presenter (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1998 Outstanding Actor in a Play Visiting Mr. Green Nominee
1993 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play The Price Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
1998 Outstanding Actor in a Play Visiting Mr. Green Nominee
Theatre World Awards
1951 Theatre World Award The Rose Tattoo Winner
Tony Award
1951 Best Featured Actor in a Play The Rose Tattoo Winner
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