James Gandolfini Poster

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  • (1995) Stage: Appeared (as "Charley Malloy"; Broadway debut) in "On the Waterfront". Drama. Written by Budd Schulberg and Stanley H. Silverman. Incidental music by David Amram. Directed by Adrian Hall. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 1 May 1995-7 May 1995 (8 performances + 16 previews that began on 12 Apr 1995). Cast: Kevin Conway (as "Johnny Friendly"), Ron Eldard (as "Terry Malloy"), Penelope Ann Miller (as "Edie Doyle"), David Morse (as "Father Barry"; Broadway debut), George N. Martin (as "Father Vincent"), Brad Sullivan (as "Pop Doyle"), Leon Addison Brown (as "Ron" / "Bailiff" / "Longshoreman" / "Townsperson" / "Mobster"), Robertson Carricart (as "Bartender" / "Longshoreman" / "Townsperson" / "Mobster"; replaced by David Hyslop), Jarlath Conroy (as "Mutt" / "J.P. Morgan"), Lance Davis (as "Runty Nolan"), Desmond Devenish (as "Little Frankie"), Lynn Eldredge (as "Longshoreman" / "Townsperson" / "Mobster"), Wayne Grace (as "Mac"), Jerry Grayson (as "Barney"; suffered a heart attack on stage during a press preview, replaced by Robertson Carricart), Kevin Hagan (as "Longshoreman" / "Townsperson" / "Mobster"), Charlie Hofheimer (as "Jimmy Conroy"), Peter Linari (as "Longshoreman" / "Townsperson" / "Mobster"), Barry McEvoy (as "Joey Doyle"), Michael Mulheren (as "Truck"), Afemo Omilami (as "Luke"), Richard Pruitt (as "Policeman" / "Longshoreman" / "Townsperson" / "Mobster"), Steve Ryan (as "Glover" / "Skins "), Alison Sheehy (as "Mrs. Collins"), Skipp Sudduth (as "Moose" / "Interrogator"), David Warshofsky (as "Tommy"). Produced by Mitchell Maxwell, Dan Markley, Victoria Maxwell, Pines / Goldberg, Michael Skipper, Harvey J. Klaris, David Young, Dina Wein-Reis, James L. Simon, Palmer Video Corp. and Workin' Man Films, Inc. Produced in association with Fred H. Krones, Hugh Hayes and Alan J. Schuster. Associate Producer: Robert Barandes, Lauren Doll, Paula Heil Fisher, Follows Latimer Productions, Keith Hurd, Lesley Mazzotta, Wayne Nathan, Marcus Ticotin and TDI, Inc.
  • (1992) Stage: Appeared (as "Steve Hubbell") in "A Streetcar Named Desire" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written by Tennessee Williams. Directed by Gregory Mosher. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 12 Apr 1992-9 Aug 1992 (137 performances + 31 previews that began on 17 Mar 1992). Cast: Alec Baldwin (as "Stanley Kowalski"), Jessica Lange (as "Blanche Du Bois"), Timothy Carhart (as "Harold Mitchell" / "Mitch"), Amy Madigan (as "Stella Kowalski"), Susan Aston (as "A Woman" / "AKA Nurse"), William Cain (as "A Man" / "AKA Doctor"), 'Sol Echeverria' (as "Mexican Woman" / "AKA Flower Vendor"), Edwina Lewis (as "Negro Woman"), Matt McGrath (as "Young Collector"), Lázaro Pérez (as "Pablo Gonzales"), Aida Turturro (as "Eunice Hubbell"). Produced by Gregory Mosher, James Walsh, Capital Cities / ABC Inc., Suntory International Corp. and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).
  • (2009) Stage: Appeared (as "Michael"; from 28 Feb 2009-18 Nov 209) in "God of Carnage" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Yasmina Reza. Translated by Christopher Hampton. Music by Gary Yershon. Associate Director: Beatrice Terry. Directed by Matthew Warchus. Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre: 22 Mar 2009-6 Jun 2010 (452 performances + 24 previews that began on 28 Feb 1009). Cast: Jeff Daniels (as "Alan"; from 28 Feb 2009-Nov 15, 2009), Hope Davis (as "Annette"; from 28 Feb 2009-15 Nov 2009), Marcia Gay Harden (as "Veronica"; from 28 Feb 2009-15 Nov 2009). Standbys: Charlotte Maier (as "Annette" / "Veronica"), Bruce McCarty (as "Alan" / "Michael"). Replacement actors: Dylan Baker (as "Alan"; from 2 Mar 2010-?), Jeff Daniels (as "Michael"; from 2 Mar 2010-?), Christine Lahti (as "Veronica"; from 17 Nov 2009-28 Feb 2010), Lucy Liu (as "Annette"; from 2 Mar 2010-?; Broadway debut"; Janet McTeer (as "Veronica"; from 2 Mar 2010-?; Annie Potts (as "Annette"; from 17 Nov 2009-28 Feb 2010), Jimmy Smits (as "Alan"; from 17 Nov 2009-28 Feb 2010), Ken Stott (as "Michael"; from 17 Nov 2009-28 Feb 2010). Produced by Robert Fox, David Pugh, Dafydd Rogers, Stuart Thompson, The Shubert Organization (Phillip J. Smith: Chairman. Robert E. Wankel: President), Scott Rudin, Jon B. Platt and The Weinstein Company.
  • (2006) TV commercials (UK): American Airlines.
  • (2012) TV commercial for "Empowered UCLA Extension" at "empowered.com". Also appearing are Sally Field, George Lopez, Geena Davis.
  • (4/5/11-5/29/11) Stage: Appeared in Christopher Hampton's translation of Yasmina Reza's play, "God of Carnage," in a West Coast premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, with Jeff Daniels, Hope Davis and Marcia Gay Harden in the cast. Matthew Warchus was director.
  • TV commercial: Rutgers University (NJ) football.
  • TV commercial: American Airlines.

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