DEATHTRAP PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN CULLUM, STEVE BASSETT, MARIAN SELDES - HFSID 314671
DEATHTRAP PLAY CAST John Cullum, Marian Seldes, and Steve Bassett sign their names on a Playbill for a production of Deathtrap Show bill signed: "John Cullum", "Marian Seldes", "Steve Bassett", in blue ink, 54 pages, 5½x9.
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DEATHTRAP PLAY CAST
John Cullum, Marian Seldes, and Steve Bassett sign their names on a Playbill for a production of Deathtrap
Show bill signed: "John Cullum", "Marian Seldes", "Steve Bassett", in blue ink, 54 pages, 5½x9. Playbill for a production of Deathtrap at The Music Box in New York. Stage, screen and television actor JOHN CULLUM (born in 1930) is best known to television audiences for his portrayal of Holling Vincoeur on Northern Exposure (1990-1995). Although his television work also includes stints on two soaps, The Edge of Night (1966-1967) and One Life to Live (1969), and recurring roles on The Defenders (1963), ER (as David Greene, the father of Anthony Edwards' character, Dr. Mark Greene) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Cullum got his biggest accolades from his stage work. He won Tony Awards for Best Actor in a Musical for Shenandoah (1975) and On the Twentieth Century (1978) and was nominated for Tonys in the same category for On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1966) and Urinetown (2002). Married to actress, writer, director and producer Emily Frankel since 1959, Cullum is the father of actor John David "J.D." Cullum. MARIAN SELDES (1928-2014) made her Broadway debut in 1948, and later notched 5 Tony nominations, winning as Best Featured Actress in A Delicate Balance (1967). She appeared in about a dozen films, from The Light in the Forest (1958) to Leatherheads (2008). Seldes was heard in 179 episodes of CBS Radio Mystery Theater (1974-1982). Her TV guest spots have included a spot as Lucas McCain's deceased wife in a 1960 episode of The Rifleman, appearing to her son Mark as a vision during an illness. She played the eccentric aunt of Murphy Brown in a 1992 episode. Seldes made a series of recordings of famous works of literature for Folkways Records, and taught at the Juilliard School of Performing Arts, where her students included Robin Williams and William Hurt. Her second husband, until his death in 1999, was screenwriter Garson Kanin. Also signed by STEVE BASSETT (b. 1952) as Clifford Anderson. Lightly toned. Light in transfer. Corners slightly worn. Fine condition.
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