THE ELEPHANT MAN PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: KEVIN CONWAY, CAROLE SHELLEY, PHILIP ANGLIM, DAVID HEISS - HFSID 314550
THE ELEPHANT MAN PLAY CAST Philip Anglim, Carole Shelley, Kevin Conway, and two others sign their names on a show bill for a production of The Elephant Man Show bill signed: "Carole Shelley", "Kevin Conway", "Philip Anglim", "David Heiss", in blue felt tip, 16 pages, 9x12. PHILIP ANGLIM (b.
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THE ELEPHANT MAN PLAY CAST
Philip Anglim, Carole Shelley, Kevin Conway, and two others sign their names on a show bill for a production of The Elephant Man
Show bill signed: "Carole Shelley", "Kevin Conway", "Philip Anglim", "David Heiss", in blue felt tip, 16 pages, 9x12. PHILIP ANGLIM (b.1952) is an American film, television and theater actor who landed his first bit part in The All-American Boy (1973). Since then he has worked in several movies and television series, including Haunted Summer (1988), The Man Inside (1990), and most famously, The Elephant Man (1982), for which he was nominated both an Emmy and Golden Globe . His role as "Vedek Bareil" on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1997) also made Anglim a popular Hollywood star. Most recently, Anglim has appeared in short films, such as Testament at 20 (2003). KEVIN CONWAY (b. 1942) had a prominent role in Stallone's film Paradise Alley (1978) and then in The Lathe of Heaven (1980), the first movie produced by PBS. In 1982 he reprised on television his Broadway role as Dr. Treves in The Elephant Man. Civil war buffs remember his as Sergeant "Buster" Kilrain in the Turner films Gettysburg (1983) and Gods and Generals (1993). His voice roles include that of Mark Twain in Ken Burns' documentary on that author (2001). F.I.S.T., another Stallone film from 1978, featured Conway as a union official in a film loosely based on the life of Jimmy Hoffa. English actress CAROLE SHELLEY (b. 1939) won a Tony (as Best Actress in a Play) for The Elephant Man (1979), and has been nominated for three other Tonys: Absurd Person Singular (1975), Stepping Out (1987) and most recently Billy Elliot (2009). She created the role of Madame Morrible in Wicked (2003). On film, she starred as Aunt Clara in Bewitched (2005), and has been a voice actress in several Disney animations. DONAL DONNELLY (1931-2010) was an Irish theatre and film actor, born in England. He has a number of stage credits, appearing in 11 Broadways, and starring in three of the plays: Sherlock's Lost Case (1987), Ghetto (1989), Translations (1995). He is more well known for his roles on the screen, appearing in over 40 titles. Most notably, he appeared in The Godfather: Part III (1990), playing the character of Archbishop Gilday. Also signed by DAVID HEISS, playing Cello. Corners and edges lightly worn. Image on front cover lightly scratched. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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