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John Rubinstein success - January 13th, 2017
American film, Broadway, and television actor, a composer of film and theatre music, and a director in theatre and television. Movies: Crazy Like a Fox, Family, Angel, Parenthood, The Guardian, RoboCop, Star Trek, Young & the Restless, Desperate Housewives, 24, Boys From Brazil, 21 Grams, Daniel, The Car, Zachariah, Perry Mason, Another Stakeout. mailed photo 10-5-16 received signed 10-22-16 used private resident address. Woodland Hills, Ca Note: per admin and other people who have complained here I won't post private address for privacy reasons. ... lvh0b.html

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john rubinstein WICKED "oz" in los angeles - March 7th, 2008
here till june 1st sent out march 4th got today the 7th john rubinstein c/o Pantages Theatre 6233 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles CA 90028 this is who he is...... John Arthur Rubinstein (born December 8, 1946) is an American film, Broadway, and television actor, a composer of film and theatre music, and a director in theatre and television. Rubinstein was born in Los Angeles, the son of Aniela (née M?ynarska), a dancer and writer, and the concert pianist Arthur Rubinstein.[1 Rubinstein's maternal grandfather was Polish conductor Emil M?ynarski. He made his Broadway acting debut in 1972 and received a Theater World Award for creating the title role in the musical Pippin, directed by Bob Fosse. In 1980 he won the Tony, Drama Desk, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, and Drama-Logue Awards for his portrayal of James Leeds in Mark Medoff's Children of a Lesser God, directed by Gordon Davidson. Other Broadway appearances were in Neil Simon's Fools, directed by Mike Nichols, and Herman Wouk's The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, which earned him a Drama Desk nomination; he replaced William Hurt as Eddie in David Rabe's Hurlyburly, replaced David Dukes in David Henry Hwang's M. Butterfly, and starred in Getting Away with Murder, by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth, directed by Jack O'Brien. In 1987 he made his off-Broadway debut at the Roundabout Theater as Guildenstern in Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, with Stephen Lang and John Wood, and subsequently performed in Urban Blight and Cabaret Verboten. In 2005 he received the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Lead Actor in a Play, as well as nominations for both the Outer Critics’ and Drama League Awards, for his portrayal of George Simon in Elmer Rice's Counselor-at-Law. In addition, he has made numerous appearances in regional theatre productions. Rubinstein's feature films include 21 Grams, Red Dragon, Mercy, Another Stakeout, Someone to Watch Over Me, Daniel, The Boys from Brazil, Rome and Jewel, Jekyll, Kid Cop, Getting Straight, Zachariah, The Trouble with Girls, and The Car. Since 1965 he has acted in over 150 television films and series episodes. He received an Emmy Award nomination for his portrayal of Jeff Maitland in the series Family, a role he played for five years, starred for two years with Jack Warden in the series Crazy Like a Fox, and was featured in the miniseries Perfect Murder, Perfect Town. He has subsequently played recurring parts on Angel, The Guardian, The Practice, Star Trek: Enterprise, and BarberShop. In the series finale of Friends, he played the doctor who delivered Monica and Chandler's babies. Rubinstein has composed, orchestrated, and conducted the musical scores for five feature films, including Jeremiah Johnson and The Candidate, as well as for over 150 television films and episodes. He spent six years as host for the radio program Carnegie Hall Tonight, broadcast on 180 stations in the United States and Canada, and two years as the keyboard player for the jazz-rock group Funzone. He has also recorded over sixty-five books on audio, including eighteen of the best-selling Alex Delaware novels by Jonathan Kellerman. In 1987, Rubinstein made his directorial debut at the Williamstown Theater Festival, staging Aphra Behn's The Rover, with Christopher Reeve. He has continued to direct regional theater productions, as well as in television. He is currently playing The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in the Los Angeles production of Wicked

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