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MICHAEL MORIARTY - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 25754

MICHAEL MORIARTY Shown with Robert DeNiro in a locker room scene from Bang the Drum Slowly Photograph signed: "God Bless You/Michael/Moriarty". B/w, 10x8. Movie still from the film Bang the Drum Slowly, ©1973, BTDS Partnership. At 22, Moriarty (B.

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MICHAEL MORIARTY
Shown with Robert DeNiro in a locker room scene from Bang the Drum Slowly
Photograph signed: "God Bless You/Michael/Moriarty". B/w, 10x8. Movie still from the film Bang the Drum Slowly, ©1973, BTDS Partnership. At 22, Moriarty (B. 1941) played Octavius Caesar in a New York Shakespeare Festival production of Antony and Cleopatra, the first of many Shakespearean assignments. He made his Broadway bow in Trial of the Catonsville 9 and his film debut in 1972's Hickey and Boggs. In 1973 and 1974, no one was a likelier candidate for big-time stardom than Moriarty. He starred as ingratiatingly egotistical ballplayer Henry Wiggen in theatrical feature Bang the Drum Slowly (1973), earned an Emmy for his portrayal of the Gentleman Caller in a TV adaptation of The Glass Menagerie, and won the Tony award for his work in the Broadway play Find Your Way Home. From 1990 to 1994, Moriarty earned three Emmy nominations for his work as Assistant DA Ben Stone in TV's Law and Order, but he left the show under contentious circumstances, claiming the producers were surrendering to demands that the show be made less violent and controversial. Moriarty, now a Canadian citizen, continues to act and play jazz piano while speaking out on political issues, especially in passionate opposition to abortion. Signature lightly beaded but legible. Notches at top edge from binding. Otherwise, fine condition.

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