Peter Friedman

Peter Friedman

Performer
  • Born: Apr 24, 1949 in New York, NY, USA

Roles (20)

Twelve Angry Men Playbill - Opening Night Twelve Angry Men (2004)
Opened Oct 28, 2004
  • as Juror Ten (Original)
Twelve Angry Men - Dec 13, 2004
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Ragtime Playbill - Opening Night Ragtime (1998)
Opened Jan 18, 1998
  • as Tateh (Original)
Ragtime - Feb 1998
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The Tenth Man Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1989 The Tenth Man (1989)
Opened Dec 10, 1989
  • as Arthur Brooks (Original)
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cover_no_shadow The Heidi Chronicles (1989)
Opened Mar 9, 1989
  • as Scoop Rosenbaum (Original)
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Execution of Justice Playbill - Opening Night, March 1986 Execution of Justice (1986)
Opened Mar 13, 1986
  • as Douglas Schmidt (Original)
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Piaf Playbill - Feb 1981 Piaf (1981)
Opened Feb 5, 1981
  • as American Sailor #2 (Original)
  • as "Papa" Leplée (Original)
  • as German Soldier #1 (Understudy - Original)
  • as Dope pusher (Understudy - Original)
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The Rules of the Game Playbill - Dec 1974 The Rules of the Game (1974)
Opened Dec 12, 1974
  • as Marquis Miglioriti (Original)
  • as Guido Venanzi (Understudy - Original)
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Love for Love Playbill - Nov 1974 Love for Love (1974)
Opened Nov 11, 1974
  • as Ben (Original)
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Holiday Playbill - Nov 1973 Holiday (1973)
Opened Dec 26, 1973
  • as Seton Cram (Understudy - Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
2015 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical Fly By Night Nominee
2014 Outstanding Ensemble Performance Winner
2013 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play The Great God Pan Nominee
2009 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Body Awareness Nominee
1998 Outstanding Actor in a Musical Ragtime Nominee
1989 Outstanding Actor in a Play The Heidi Chronicles Nominee
1987 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play The Common Pursuit Nominee
Lucille Lortel Award
2018 Outstanding Actor in a Play Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
1998 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical Ragtime Winner
Tony Award
1998 Best Actor in a Musical Ragtime Nominee
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