PHILIP BOSCO - SHOW BILL SIGNED - HFSID 309467
PHILIP BOSCO The Tony Award winning actor signs in black felt tip on this Playbill for a production of Donnybrook! Showbill signed: "Philip Bosco", in black felt tip, 38 pages, 6½x9. Playbill for a production of Donnybrook! at the 46th St. Theatre in New York.
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The Tony Award winning actor signs in black felt tip on this Playbill for a production of Donnybrook!
Showbill signed: "Philip Bosco", in black felt tip, 38 pages, 6½x9. Playbill for a production of Donnybrook! at the 46th St. Theatre in New York. Stage, screen and television actor Philip Bosco (born in 1930) won a Tony Award in 1990 for Lend Me a Tenor, and he has been nominated for Tony Awards four times: The Rape of the Belt (Best Supporting Actor, 1961), Heartbreak House (Best Supporting Actor, 1984), You Never Can Tell (Best Actor, 1987) and Moon Over Buffalo (Best Actor, 1996). Bosco, who made his film debut in 1968's A Lovely Way to Die, has been seen in a number of feature films, most notably in The Money Pit and Children of A Lesser God (both 1986) and Working Girl (1988). His other films include Three Men and a Baby (1987), The First Wives Club (1996), My Best Friend's Wedding (1997), Wonder Boys (2000), Kate & Leopold (2001) and Hitch (2005). Bosco has also been a regular on the daytime soap, The Guiding Light (1979), and the series Tribecca (1993), and he has made several guest starring appearances on other TV shows, from Armstrong Circle Theatre (1961) to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2004). Bosco appeared in a made-for-TV movie, Bonanno: A Godfather's Story, narrated a TV special, The Birth of Ohio Stadium, was featured on another special, New York: A Documentary Film, guest starred on two TV series, Law & Order and Spin City, and was the narrator for an episode of Nature. Light wear on corners. Light creasing. Otherwise, fine condition.
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