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DAUGHTER OF SILENCE BROADWAY CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: EMLYN WILLIAMS, RIP TORN - HFSID 295955

DAUGHTER OF SILENCE BROADWAY CAST: CO-SIGNED BY EMLYN WILLIAMS and RIP TORN The Tony Award winning actor and Tony nominated actor are shown on stage during a 1961 performance of Daughter of Silence

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DAUGHTER OF SILENCE BROADWAY CAST: CO-SIGNED BY EMLYN WILLIAMS and RIP TORN The Tony Award winning actor and Tony nominated actor are shown on stage during a 1961 performance of Daughter of Silence. Photograph signed: "Emlyn Williams" and "Rip Torn" in black felt tip, B/w 8x10. The stage performance Daughter of Silence played at the Music Box Theatre opening on November 30, 1961 and closing on December 30, 1961. Rip Torn played the role of Carlo and Emlyn Williams played Ascolini. Stage, screen and television actor Rip Torn  (1931-2019) was perhaps best known for his Emmy-winning role as talk show producer Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show (from 1992). Nominated for Best Supporting Actor in 1983 for Cross Creek, Torn made his film debut in 1956 in Baby Doll. His other feature film credits include King of Kings (1961), Sweet Bird of Youth (1962, reprising his Tony Award-nominated stage role), The Cincinnati Kid (1965), Tropic of Cancer (1970), Coma (1978), Heartland (1979), Wonder Boys (2002) and Men in Black (1997) and its sequel, Men in Black II (2002). Torn, who was married to actress Geraldine Page from 1961 until her death in 1987, first appeared with his future wife in the 1959-1960 Broadway production, Sweet Bird of Youth, for which he was nominated for a 1960 Tony Award as Best Featured Actor in a Play and won the 1950 Theatre World Award for his role as Tom, Jr. He has also appeared in numerous made-for-TV movies and guested on TV series. George Emlyn Williams (1905-1987) was a distinguished Welsh playwright (Night Must Fall, 1936; The Corn is Green, 1942), screenwriter (The Man Who Knew Too Much, 1934) and film and stage actor (who won a Tony for A Boy Growing Up, 1958). In addition to plays, he penned a novel, two autobiographies and a controversial true crime study, Beyond Belief (1967). Worn. Creased. Light surface scratches (barely visible head on). Otherwise, fine condition.

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