Jason Robards, Jr. (Performer) | Playbill

Jason Robards, Jr.

Performer
  • Also Known As: Jason Robards
  • Born: Jul 25, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois
  • Death: Dec 25, 2000 in Bridgeport, Connecticut

Roles (25)

The 53rd Annual Tony Awards Playbill - June 6, 1999 The 53rd Annual Tony Awards - 1999
Opened June 06, 1999
  • as Host / Presenter (Original)
No Man's Land Playbill - Opening Night, Jan 1994 No Man's Land
Opened January 27, 1994
  • as Hirst (Original)
Park Your Car in Harvard Yard Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1991 Park Your Car in Harvard Yard
Opened November 07, 1991
  • as Jacob Brackish (Original)
Love Letters Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1989 Love Letters
Opened October 31, 1989
  • as Andrew Makepiece Ladd III (Original)
Ah, Wilderness! Playbill - June 1988 Ah, Wilderness!
Opened June 23, 1988
  • as Nat Miller (Original)
Long Day's Journey Into Night Playbill - June 1988 Long Day's Journey Into Night
Opened June 14, 1988
  • as James Tyrone (Original)
A Month of Sundays Playbill - Opening Night, April 1987 A Month of Sundays
Opened April 16, 1987
  • as Cooper (Original)
The Iceman Cometh Playbill - September 1985 The Iceman Cometh
Opened September 29, 1985
  • as Theodore Hickman "Hickey" (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 Martin Vanderhof (Original)
The 36th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - 1982 The 36th Annual Tony Awards - 1982
Opened June 06, 1982
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
The 35th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - 1981 The 35th Annual Tony Awards - 1981
Opened June 07, 1981
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
The 34th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - 1980 The 34th Annual Tony Awards - 1980
Opened June 08, 1980
  • as Host (Original)
A Touch of the Poet Playbill - Dec 1977 A Touch of the Poet
Opened December 28, 1977
  • as Cornelius Melody (Original)
A Moon for the Misbegotten Playbill - Preview - Dec 1973 A Moon for the Misbegotten
Opened December 29, 1973
  • as James Tyrone, Jr. (Original)
The Country Girl Playbill - Opening Night, March 1972 The Country Girl
Opened March 15, 1972
  • as Frank Elgin (Original)
We Bombed in New Haven Playbill - Oct 1968 We Bombed in New Haven
Opened October 16, 1968
  • as Captain Starkey (Original)
We Bombed in New Haven Playbill - Oct 1968
The Devils Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1965 The Devils
Opened November 16, 1965
  • as Urbain Grandier (Original)
Hughie Playbill - Dec 1964 Hughie
Opened December 22, 1964
  • as "Erie" Smith (Original)
But For Whom Charlie - Opening Night But For Whom Charlie
Opened March 12, 1964
  • as Seymour Rosenthal (Original)
After The Fall Playbill - January 1964 After the Fall
Opened January 23, 1964
  • as Quentin (Original)
A Thousand Clowns Playbill - April 1962 A Thousand Clowns
Opened April 05, 1962
  • as Murray Burns (Original)
A Thousand Clowns Playbill - April 1962
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Big Fish, Little Fish
Opened March 15, 1961
  • as William Baker (Original)
Toys in the Attic Playbill - March 1960 Toys in the Attic
Opened February 25, 1960
  • as Julian Berniers (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Disenchanted
Opened December 03, 1958
  • as Manley Halliday (Original)
Long Day's Journey Into Night Playbill - Jan 1957 Long Day's Journey Into Night
Opened November 07, 1956
  • as James Tyrone, Jr. (Original)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1974 Outstanding Performance Winner
Outer Critics Circle
1996 Outstanding Actor in a Play Molly Sweeney Nominee
Theatre World Awards
1957 Theatre World Award Winner
Tony Award
1978 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1974 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1972 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1965 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1964 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1960 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1959 Best Actor in a Play Winner
1957 Best Featured Actor in a Play Nominee
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