Vincent Gardenia (Performer) | Playbill

Vincent Gardenia

Performer
  • Born: Jan 06, 1920 in Naples, ITALY
  • Death: Dec 08, 1992 in Philadelphia, PA, USA

Roles (17)

The 46th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - May 31, 1992 The 46th Annual Tony Awards - 1992
Opened May 31, 1992
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
Glengarry Glen Ross Playbill - Opening Night, March 1984 Glengarry Glen Ross
Opened March 25, 1984
  • as Shelly Levene (Replacement)
Ballroom Playbill - Dec 1978 Ballroom
Opened December 14, 1978
  • as Alfred Rossi (Original)
Sly Fox Playbill - November 1977 Sly Fox
Opened December 14, 1976
  • as Foxwell J. Sly (Replacement)
  • as The Judge (Replacement)
    Arrived On Jan 02, 1978
California Suite Playbill - Aug 1976 California Suite
Opened June 10, 1976
  • as Marvin Michaels (Replacement)
  • as Mort Hollender (Replacement)
    Arrived On Jun 13, 1977
God's Favorite Playbill - Jan 1975 God's Favorite
Opened December 11, 1974
  • as Joe Benjamin (Original)
God's Favorite Playbill - Jan 1975
The Prisoner of Second Avenue Playbill - Feb 1972 The Prisoner of Second Avenue
Opened November 11, 1971
  • as Harry Edison (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Dr. Fish
Opened March 10, 1970
  • as Marty Mendelsohn (Original)
Seidman and Son Playbill - Oct 1962 Seidman and Son
Opened October 15, 1962
  • as Wilenski (Original)
Seidman and Son Playbill - Oct 1962
Daughter of Silence Playbill - Nov 1961 Daughter of Silence
Opened November 30, 1961
  • as Sergeant Manzoni (Original)
The Wall Playbill - Nov 1960 The Wall
Opened October 11, 1960
  • as Pavel Menkes (Original)
Only in America Playbill - Nov 1959 Only in America
Opened November 19, 1959
  • as Chairman (Original)
Rashomon Playbill - Feb 1959 Rashomon
Opened January 27, 1959
  • as Deputy (Replacement)
The Cold Wind and the Warm Playbill - Dec 1958 The Cold Wind and the Warm
Opened December 08, 1958
  • as Jim Nightengale (Original)
The Visit Playbill - May 1958 The Visit
Opened May 05, 1958
  • as First Blind Man (Original)

Awards

Tony Award
1979 Best Actor in a Musical Nominee
1972 Best Featured Actor in a Play Winner
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