MIXED EMOTIONS PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: KATHERINE HELMOND, HAROLD GOULD, VINCE CUPONE, BRIAN SMIAR - HFSID 301721
MIXED EMOTIONS PLAY CAST Katherine Helmond, Harold Gould, Vince Cupone and Brian Smiar sign the cover of the Playbill. Show Bill signed: "Harold Gould", "Katherine/Helmond", "Vince Cupone", "Brian Smiar", 58 pages, 5¼x8½.
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MIXED EMOTIONS PLAY CAST
Katherine Helmond, Harold Gould, Vince Cupone and Brian Smiar sign the cover of the Playbill.
Show Bill signed: "Harold Gould", "Katherine/Helmond", "Vince Cupone", "Brian Smiar", 58 pages, 5¼x8½. Playbill for a production of Mixed Emotions at New York's John Golden Theatre. HAROLD GOULD (1923-2010) played the character Kid Twist in The Sting (1973), a film nominated for ten Academy Awards and winning seven, including Best Picture. Leaving a professorship in the drama department of the University of California, he has appeared in over 60 TV and big screen films since 1963, including prominent roles in the slick comedies of Woody Allen (Love and Death, 1975) and Mel Brooks (Silent Movie, 1976). Equally familiar as a TV character actor, Gould was a recurring guest star on such series as The FBI, The Fugitive, Hawaii 5-0, Soap and The Golden Girls. He also played Rhoda's father on the popular sitcom, Rhoda (1974-1978). KATHERINE HELMOND (b. 1929) played the Golden Globe-winning role of Jessica Tate on the TV sitcom Soap (1977-1981) and Mona Robinson on Who's the Boss (1984-1990). She made recurring appearances on Coach (1995-1996) and Everybody Loves Raymond (1996-2002). She received a Tony nomination as Best Featured Actress for The Great Brown God (1973). VINCE CUPONE (b. 1972) made his first appearance as a stunt man in Friday the Thirteenth VIII (1985), and has been a stunt performer and - more recently - stunt coordinator ever since. He has played those roles on Law & Order, Blue Bloods and Curb Your Enthusiasm, among others, as well as the daytime dramas All My Children and One Life to Live. (Who knew the soaps required stunt coordinators?) This play was the only Broadway appearance to date by BRIAN SMIAR, but he has had recurring roles on TV since the mid-1980s, including Law & Order, L. A. Firefighters and Hack. His most recent movie appearance to date was in The Great Debaters (2007). Fine condition.
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