MASS APPEAL PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: GERALDINE FITZGERALD, MILO O'SHEA, ERIC ROBERTS - HFSID 310684
Sale Price $324.00
MASS APPEAL PLAY CAST
Milo O'Shea, Geraldine Fitzgerald, and Eric Roberts sign on a Playbill for a production of Mass Appeal
Show bill signed: "Milo O'Shea", "Geraldine Fitzgerald", "Eric Roberts", in blue ink, 35 pages, 5¾x9. Playbill for a production of Mass Appeal at the Wilbur Theatre in New York. Born in Dublin, Geraldine Fitzgerald (1913-2005) went onto the stage and then into films. She was nominated for an Oscar as Best Supporting Actress for Wuthering Heights (1939). Other starring roles included Dark Victory (1939) and Wilson (1944). She aged into distinguished character roles, as in The Pawnbroker (1964), Harry and Tonto (1974) and Arthur (1981). Stage, screen and television actor Milo O'Shea (1926-2013) was nominated for two Best Actor Tony Wards: Staircase, 1968, (his Broadway debut) and Mass Appeal (1982). The former protégé of Sir John Gielgud, O'Shea made his acting debut on stage at age ten, and he began his film career in earnest in 1951. The character actor's notable films include Ulysses (1967), Romeo and Juliet (1968), Barbarella (1968), The Adding Machine (1969), Paddy (1970), Sacco and Vanzetti (1971), The Verdict (1981), The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985), The MatchMaker (1997) and Mystics (2002), and he has appeared on television in such miniseries as QB VII (1973) as well as in made-for-TV movies and in guest starring roles on TV series from Play of the Week (1961) to The West Wing (2004). O'Shea is married to Irish actress Kitty O'Sullivan, with whom he once co-starred in a production of My Fair Lady. ERIC ROBERTS (b. 1956) made his stage debut at age 5 in a theatre company run by his father. His first break came in 1976, playing Ted Bancroft in the soap opera Another World. He portrayed sleazy murderer Paul Snider in Bob Fosse's Star 80 (1983) - a role that also helped to typecast him as a villain. Roberts was nominated for an Oscar as escaped convict Buck in 1985's Runaway Train. He also appeared on Broadway as Pale in Burn This (1987-1988), earning a 1988 Theatre World Award. Comic book fans may know Roberts as Thompson, an associate of Noah "Horn-Rimmed Glasses" Bennet in the television series Heroes and as voicing the villain Mongul in the cartoons Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. Doctor Who fans may recognize him as the Doctor's nemesis, the Master, in the 1996 TV movie Doctor Who. Lightly toned. Fine condition.
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