ARTHUR MILLER - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: BRIAN DENNEHY - HFSID 288514
ARTHUR MILLER and BRIAN DENNEHY Color image of the playwright and the actor, holding their Tony awards Photograph signed: "Arthur Miller", "Brian Dennehy". Color, 10x8. Shown at the 1999 Tony Awards ceremony, Miller holding the Tony for Best Revival of a Play (Death of a Salesman), and Dennehy as Best Actor for it.
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ARTHUR MILLER and BRIAN DENNEHY
Color image of the playwright and the actor, holding their Tony awards
Photograph signed: "Arthur Miller", "Brian Dennehy". Color, 10x8. Shown at the 1999 Tony Awards ceremony, Miller holding the Tony for Best Revival of a Play (Death of a Salesman), and Dennehy as Best Actor for it. American playwright ARTHUR MILLER (1915-2005) raised America's social consciousness with such plays as The Crucible (1953), based on the Salem, Massachusetts witchcraft trials, and Death of a Salesman, the story of a man destroyed by society's false values, for which he won the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Miller, who was the second husband of Marilyn Monroe, also wrote the screenplay for the 1961 film, The Misfits, the last full-length film in which Monroe appeared. His After the Fall (1964) is the thinly veiled story of his marriage to Monroe. On Broadway BRIAN DENNEHY (b. 1938) earned a Tony as Willy Loman in a revival of Death of a Salesman (1999), and another for a revival of Eugene O'Neill's Long Days Journey Into Night (2003). He is a familiar face in movies, some of his roles being Gorky Park (1993), Cocoon (1985) and Presumed Innocent (1990). While his own TV series have not prospered, he has been a welcome guest star with recurring roles in such programs as Dynasty (1981) and Just Shoot Me (1999). Although not yet a winner, he has been nominated for six Emmys. A recent feature film appearance was in the thriller The Next Three Days (2010). Fine condition.
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