ON GOLDEN POND PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LESLIE UGGAMS, JAMES EARL JONES - HFSID 321167
ON GOLDEN POND PLAY CAST: JAMES EARL JONES, LESLIE UGGAMS Stars of On Golden Pond Jones and Uggams sign a show bill from their Cort Theatre performance. Show bill signed: "James Earl Jones", and "Leslie/Uggams." 78p, 5½ x8½, signed on cover.
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ON GOLDEN POND PLAY CAST: JAMES EARL JONES, LESLIE UGGAMS
Stars of On Golden Pond Jones and Uggams sign a show bill from their Cort Theatre performance.
Show bill signed: "James Earl Jones", and "Leslie/Uggams." 78p, 5½ x8½, signed on cover. Playbill Magazine, On Golden Pond, Cort Theatre, New York City, May 2005. JAMES EARL JONES (born 1931) was originally a stage actor, winning Tonys for The Great White Hope (1969) and Fences (1987). He was nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award (1971) for reprising The Great White Hope on film. In 1991, he won both a Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor Emmy for Gabriel's Fire and Heat Wave, and in 1999 for Outstanding Performer Children's Special. Jones' sonorous and highly recognizable voice served both Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy and was Mufasa in Disney's The Lion King (1994) and has been featured in more than twenty films and as many commercial announcements such as "This is CNN". In 2001, Jones narrated the documentary Black Indians: An American Story which explores issues of mixed racial identity - Jones is of African American, American Indian (Choctaw) and Irish decent. He was awarded the John F. Kennedy Centre Honor in 2002. Singer and actress LESLIE UGGAMS (born in 1943) won the Tony Award for Best Actress - Musical in 1968 for Hallelujah, Baby!, and she was nominated for a Tony Award in 2001 for King Hedley II. A talented singer, she had begun her career singing at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem at the age of six, and she found national popularity with her stint on TV's Sing Along With Mitch (1961-1966). In 1969, she hosted her own TV series, The Leslie Uggams Show, and she has also appeared in several TV movies and miniseries, including Roots (1977) and Backstairs at the White House (1979), on a number of TV variety shows and guest starred a number of series and soap operas (including All My Children, 1996). Her film credits include Two Weeks in Another Town (1962), Skyjacked (1972) and Sugar Hill (1994). In addition to performing, Uggams serves on the board of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and TADA, a children's musical theater group and she was the founding member of BRAVO Chapter/City of Hope, a charitable organization that is involved in research and treatment of blood-related diseases. Fine condition.
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