Fredric March (Performer) | Playbill

Fredric March

Performer
  • Born: Racine, Wisconsin
  • Death: Apr 13, 1975 in Los Angeles, California

Roles (16)

Gideon Playbill - Nov 1961 Gideon
Opened November 09, 1961
  • as Angel (Original)
Long Day's Journey Into Night Playbill - Jan 1957 Long Day's Journey Into Night
Opened November 07, 1956
  • as James Tyrone (Original)
The Autumn Garden Playbill - March 1951 The Autumn Garden
Opened March 07, 1951
  • as Nicholas Denery (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 An Enemy of the People
Opened December 28, 1950
  • as Dr. Thomas Stockmann (Original)
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep Playbill - March 1950 Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep
Opened March 02, 1950
  • as His Excellency, General Leonidas Erosa (Original)
Years Ago Playbill - Dec 1946 Years Ago
Opened December 03, 1946
  • as Clinton Jones (Original)
A Bell for Adano Playbill - Jan 1945 A Bell for Adano
Opened December 06, 1944
  • as Major Victor Joppolo (Original)
The Skin of Our Teeth Playbill - June 1943 The Skin of Our Teeth
Opened November 18, 1942
  • as Mr. Antrobus (Original)
Hope for a Harvest Playbill - Dec 1941 Hope for a Harvest
Opened November 26, 1941
  • as Elliott Martin (Original)
The American Way Playbill - March 1939 The American Way
Opened January 21, 1939
  • as Martin Gunther (Original)
  • as Martin Gunther (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Yr. Obedient Husband
Opened January 10, 1938
  • as Richard Steele (Original)
The Devil in the Cheese Playbill - May 1927 Devil in the Cheese
Opened December 29, 1926
  • as Jimmie Chard (Original)
The Half-Caste Playbill - April 1926 The Half-caste
Opened March 29, 1926
  • as Dick Chester (Original)
Puppets Playbill - March 1925 Puppets
Opened March 09, 1925
  • as Bruno Monte (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Melody Man
Opened May 13, 1924
  • as Donald Clemens (Original)

Awards

Tony Award
1962 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1957 Best Actor in a Play Winner
1947 Best Actor in a Play Winner
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