John Randolph (Performer) | Playbill

John Randolph

Performer

The actor worked steadily throughout the '50s and '60s, despite having been blacklisted for having refused to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1955.

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  • Also Known As: Emanuel Hirsch Cohen
  • Born: May 31, 1915 in New York, NY, USA
  • Death: Feb 23, 2004 in Hollywood, CA, USA

Roles (35)

Prelude to a Kiss Playbill - Opening Night, May 1990 Prelude to a Kiss
Opened May 01, 1990
  • as Old Man (Replacement)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Madam, Will You Walk
Opened December 01, 1953
  • as Officer Mallon (Original)
    Jan 16, 1990 - Jan 21, 1990
Broadway Bound Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1986 Broadway Bound
Opened December 04, 1986
  • as Ben (Original)
The American Clock Playbill - Nov 1980 The American Clock
Opened November 20, 1980
  • as Moe Baum (Original)
The American Clock Playbill - Nov 1980
Our Town Playbill - Nov 1969 Our Town
Opened November 27, 1969
  • as Mr. Webb (Original)
My Sweet Charlie Playbill - Dec 1966 My Sweet Charlie
Opened December 06, 1966
  • as Mr. Treadwell (Original)
Conversation at Midnight Playbill - Nov 1964 Conversation at Midnight
Opened November 12, 1964
  • as Anselmo (Original)
A Case of Libel Playbill - Oct 1963 A Case of Libel
Opened October 10, 1963
  • as Dennis Corcoran (Original)
Mother Courage and Her Children Playbill - April 1963 Mother Courage and Her Children
Opened March 28, 1963
  • as Peasant (Original)
  • as Recruiting Officer (Original)
  • as Soldier (Original)
The Sound of Music Playbill - Dec 1959 The Sound of Music
Opened November 16, 1959
  • as Franz (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Portrait of a Madonna
Opened April 15, 1959
  • as Mr. Abrams (Original)
The Visit Playbill - May 1958 The Visit
Opened May 05, 1958
  • as Police Chief Schultz (Original)
Miss Isobel Playbill - Jan 1958 Miss Isobel
Opened December 26, 1957
  • as Howard (Original)
The Wooden Dish Playbill - Oct 1955 The Wooden Dish
Opened October 06, 1955
  • as Ed Mason (Original)
The Time of Your Life Playbill - Jan 1955 The Time of Your Life
Opened January 19, 1955
  • as McCarthy (Original)
House of Flowers Playbill - March 1955 House of Flowers
Opened December 30, 1954
  • as Captain Jonas (Replacement)
House of Flowers Playbill - March 1955
All Summer Long Playbill - Sept 1954 All Summer Long
Opened September 23, 1954
  • as Harry (Original)
Room Service Playbill - April 1953 Room Service
Opened April 06, 1953
  • as Gordon Miller (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Grey-eyed People
Opened December 17, 1952
  • as Delivery Man (Original)
Seagulls Over Sorrento Playbill - Sept 1952 Seagulls Over Sorrento
Opened September 11, 1952
  • as Able Seaman Turner (Original)
Paint Your Wagon Playbill - April 1952 Paint Your Wagon
Opened November 12, 1951
  • as Mike Mooney (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Peer Gynt
Opened January 28, 1951
  • as Aslak (Original)
  • as Ensemble (Original)
  • as Herr Trompetstraale (Original)
  • as The Voice (Original)
Golden State Playbill - Jan 1950 The Golden State
Opened November 25, 1950
  • as Joe Williamson (Original)
Come Back, Little Sheba Playbill - Feb 1950 Come Back, Little Sheba
Opened February 15, 1950
  • as Milkman (Original)
Command Decision Playbill - Oct 1947 Command Decision
Opened October 01, 1947
  • as Lt. Jake Goldberg (Original)
Hold on to Your Hats Playbill - Nov 1940 Hold on to Your Hats
Opened September 11, 1940
  • as Radio Announcer (Original)
Medicine Show Playbill - Apr 1940 Medicine Show
Opened April 12, 1940
  • as Mac (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines
Opened January 25, 1938
  • as The Times Reporter (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 No More Peace
Opened January 25, 1938
  • as Jacob (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Coriolanus
Opened January 25, 1938
  • as Roman Herald (Original)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1987 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Winner
Tony Award
1987 Best Featured Actor in a Play Winner
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