James Coco (Performer) | Playbill

James Coco

Performer
  • Born: Mar 20, 1930 in New York City
  • Death: Feb 24, 1987 in New York CIty

Roles (19)

The 37th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - June 5, 1983 The 37th Annual Tony Awards - 1983
Opened June 05, 1983
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
You Can't Take It With You Playbill - Opening Night, April 1983 You Can't Take It With You
Opened April 04, 1983
  • as Boris Kolenkhov (Original)
Little Me Playbill - Opening Night, Jan 1982 Little Me
Opened January 21, 1982
  • as Amos Pinchley (Original)
  • as Flo Eggleston (Original)
  • as Mr. Worst (Original)
  • as Otto Schnitzler (Original)
  • as Prince Cherney (Original)
Little Me Playbill - Opening Night, Jan 1982
Wally's Cafe Playbill - June 1981 Wally's Cafe
Opened June 12, 1981
  • as Wally (Original)
Wally's Cafe Playbill - June 1981
Last of the Red-Hot Lovers Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1969 Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Opened December 28, 1969
  • as Barney Cashman (Original)
Last of the Red-Hot Lovers Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1969
Here's Where I Belong Playbill - March 1968 Here's Where I Belong
Opened March 03, 1968
  • as Lee (Original)
The Astrakhan Coat Playbill - Jan 1967 The Astrakhan Coat
Opened January 12, 1967
  • as Inspector Rogers (Original)
The Devils Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1965 The Devils
Opened November 16, 1965
  • as A Sewerman (Original)
Arturo Ui Playbill - November 1963 Arturo Ui
Opened November 11, 1963
  • as Ensemble (Original)
  • as O'Casey (Original)
  • as Clark (Original)
  • as Ignatius Dullfeet (Original)
A Passage to India Playbill - Jan 1962 A Passage to India
Opened January 31, 1962
  • as Mr. Hamidullah (Original)
A Passage to India Playbill - Jan 1962
Everybody Loves Opal Playbill - Oct 1961 Everybody Loves Opal
Opened October 11, 1961
  • as Doctor (Original)
Hotel Paradiso Playbill - May 1957 Hotel Paradiso
Opened April 11, 1957
  • as Tabua professor (Original)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1969 Outstanding Performance Next Winner
Tony Award
1970 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
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