Larry Kert (Performer) | Playbill

Roles (28)

Legs Diamond Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1988 Legs Diamond
Opened December 26, 1988
  • as Jack Diamond (Original)
Rags Playbill - Aug 1986 Rags
Opened August 21, 1986
  • as Nathan Hershkowitz (Original)
Side by Side by Sondheim Playbill - July 1977 Side by Side by Sondheim
Opened April 18, 1977
  • Performer
A Musical Jubilee Playbill - Nov 1975 A Musical Jubilee
Opened November 13, 1975
  • Performer
The 29th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Apr 20, 1975 The 29th Annual Tony Awards - 1975
Opened April 20, 1975
  • Performer
Sondheim: A Musical Tribute Playbill - March 1973 Sondheim: A Musical Tribute
Opened March 11, 1973
  • Performer
Company Playbill - Dec 1970 Company
Opened April 26, 1970
  • as Robert (Original)
  • as Robert (Replacement)
Company Playbill - Dec 1970
    Arrived On May 29, 1970
La Strada Playbill - Dec 1969 La Strada
Opened December 14, 1969
  • as Mario (The Fool) (Original)
Cabaret Playbill - Jan 1967 Cabaret
Opened November 20, 1966
  • as Clifford Bradshaw (Replacement)
    Arrived On Dec 09, 1968
A Family Affair Playbill - Jan 1962 A Family Affair
Opened January 27, 1962
  • as Gerry Siegal (Original)
West Side Story Playbill - April 1960 West Side Story
Opened April 27, 1960
  • as Tony (Original)
West Side Story Playbill - September 1958 West Side Story
Opened September 26, 1957
  • as Tony (Original)
Mr. Wonderful Playbill - April 1956 Mr. Wonderful
Opened March 22, 1956
  • as Stagehand (Replacement)
John Murray Anderson's Almanac Playbill - Dec 1953 John Murray Anderson's Almanac
Opened December 10, 1953
  • as Bridegroom (Original)
  • as Chorus (Original)
  • as Sedan Chair Bearer (Original)
  • as Singer in "Tin Pan Alley" (Original)
  • as Dancer (Original)
  • as Harlequin (Original)
  • as Man (Original)
  • as Singer (Original)
  • as The Pierrot of 1953 (Original)
  • as The Song Plugger (Original)
  • as Courtier (Replacement)
  • as Guest at the Ball (Replacement)
Tickets, Please! Playbill - May 8, 1950 Tickets, Please!
Opened April 27, 1950
  • as "Symbol of Fire" Dancer (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Breakfast at Tiffany's
Opened August 15, 2022
  • as Carlos (Original)

Awards

Tony Award
1971 Best Actor in a Musical Nominee
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