Anthony Crivello

Anthony Crivello (born August 2, 1955) is an American actor and singer.wikipedia
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Marie Christine

He has appeared in the original cast of a number of Broadway shows, including Les Misérables, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Golden Boy, Marie Christine, and The News.
Directed and choreographed by Graciela Daniele, it starred Audra McDonald as Marie Christine, Anthony Crivello as Dante Keyes, Vivian Reed as Marie Christine's voodoo priestess mother, and Mary Testa as Magdalena.

Kiss of the Spider Woman (musical)

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He has appeared in the original cast of a number of Broadway shows, including Les Misérables, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Golden Boy, Marie Christine, and The News. In 1993, he won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his performance as Valentin in Kiss of the Spider Woman.
The cast starred Brent Carver as Molina, Anthony Crivello as Valentin and Chita Rivera as Spider Woman/Aurora.

Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical

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In 1993, he won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his performance as Valentin in Kiss of the Spider Woman.

Saint Thomas More High School (Milwaukee)

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He graduated from Saint Thomas More High School in 1973 and was inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame in 1995.

Les Misérables (musical)

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He has appeared in the original cast of a number of Broadway shows, including Les Misérables, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Golden Boy, Marie Christine, and The News.
Other members of the original Broadway cast included Kevin Marcum (Brujon), Paul Harman (Combeferre/Foreman), Anthony Crivello (Grantaire/Bambatosis), John Dewar (Joly), Joseph Kolinski (Feuilly), Alex Santoriello (Montparnasse/Labourer), Jesse Corti (Courfeyrac/Farmer), Susan Goodman (Old Woman/Innkeeper's Wife), John Norman (Prouvaire/Pimp), Norman Large (Bishop/Lesgles), Marcus Lovett (Babet/Constable), Steve Shocket (Claquesous/Fauchevelant/Constable/Pimp), Cindy Benson (Old Woman), Marcie Shaw, Jane Bodle, Joanna Glushak, Ann Crumb (Factory Girl), Kelli James, and Gretchen Kingsley-Weihe.

Marquette University

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He was inducted into the Marquette University Hall of Fame with his likeness on a plaque at Johnston Hall in the Diederich College of Communication on the campus of Marquette University. In 2017, Crivello portrayed the late Marquette University Naismith Basketball Hall Of Fame 1977 NCAA basketball championship coach / NBC broadcaster Al McGuire in the Milwaukee Repertory Theater one man play McGuire, written by HOF broadcaster Dick Enberg.
Those in the arts and media include comedian Chris Farley, actor Danny Pudi, actor Marc Alaimo, composer Paul W. Whear, actor Anthony Crivello, actor Don Ameche, sports columnist Steve Rushin, actor Ron Sheridan, Chicago Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper, Academy Award-winning production designer Adam Stockhausen, and Emmy Award-winning costume designer Erin Slattery-Black.

The News (musical)

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He has appeared in the original cast of a number of Broadway shows, including Les Misérables, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Golden Boy, Marie Christine, and The News.

Evita (musical)

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He was then cast in the 2nd National Touring company of Evita by director Harold Prince in 1980, receiving glowing reviews for his performance as Che.
Patinkin was replaced by James Stein and later by Anthony Crivello.

Jeff Award

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He starred in the Goodman Theater of Chicago production of The House Of Martin Guerre for which he received Chicago's Joseph Jefferson Award for his portrayal of Martin Guerre.

The Phantom of the Opera (1986 musical)

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In 2006, he was cast by director Hal Prince as one of two actors rotating in the title role in the Las Vegas production of The Phantom of the Opera.

Do I Hear a Waltz?

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Two years later, he received a Los Angeles Ovation Award nomination, a Garland Award nomination, a Robby Award nomination, and a L.A. Drama Critics Award nomination for "Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actor in a Musical" for Do I Hear a Waltz? at the Pasadena Playhouse directed by David Lee.
The cast included Alyson Reed as Leona, Anthony Crivello as Renato, and Carol Lawrence as Fioria.

Jane Eyre (musical)

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He starred in the John Caird and Paul Gordon musical Jane Eyre, first in 1994 in development in Wichita, KS and then in the 1996 Toronto production for which he received a second Dora Mavor Moore nomination in Canada for his portrayal of Edward Fairfax Rochester.

Al McGuire

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In 2017, Crivello portrayed the late Marquette University Naismith Basketball Hall Of Fame 1977 NCAA basketball championship coach / NBC broadcaster Al McGuire in the Milwaukee Repertory Theater one man play McGuire, written by HOF broadcaster Dick Enberg.
From January - June, 2017, the play entitled "McGuire" was presented by the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, starring Tony Award winner Anthony Crivello.

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

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In 2017, Crivello portrayed the late Marquette University Naismith Basketball Hall Of Fame 1977 NCAA basketball championship coach / NBC broadcaster Al McGuire in the Milwaukee Repertory Theater one man play McGuire, written by HOF broadcaster Dick Enberg.

Vanessa Claire Stewart

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In 2015 and 2016, Crivello starred in producer Hershey Felder's production of Louis and Keely Live at the Sahara directed by Taylor Hackford, and written by Hackford, Vanessa Claire Stewart and Jake Broder.
In 2015, thanks to theater producer Hershey Felder, Louis and Keely: Live at the Sahara moved to a commercial run in Chicago at the Royal George Theater starring Tony Award winner Anthony Crivello as Louis Prima.

Monster Mash (1995 film)

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In 1995 he starred in Dillinger and Capone opposite Martin Sheen and F. Murray Abraham, and Monster Mash: The Movie for directors Joel Cohen and Alex Sokolow.

Shakedown (1988 film)

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Crivello started his feature film work co-starring in two films: Crocodile Dundee II opposite Paul Hogan in 1988, and Shakedown opposite Sam Elliott.

Feud (TV series)

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Crivello appeared as British film director David Lean in director/producer Ryan Murphy's 2017 FOX miniseries Feud opposite Jessica Lange as Joan Crawford and Susan Sarandon as Bette Davis.

Geppetto (film)

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In 2000, he was featured in the Wonderful World Of Disney made-for-television musical Geppetto opposite Drew Carey and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

Alien Hunter

He also co-starred in director Ron Krauss's SciFi Channel/SONY film Alien Hunter opposite James Spader.

Spellbinder (film)

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He then starred in director Janet Greek's MGM film Spellbinder opposite Tim Daly and Kelly Preston.

The Bet (1992 film)

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In 1992, Crivello appeared in the short film The Bet for director Ted Demme.

List of One Life to Live characters (1990s)

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He starred in the ABC Daytime series One Life to Live as mobster Johnny Dee Hesser from 1990 to 1991.
The role was played by actor Anthony Crivello onscreen from June 1990 until the character's death November 8, 1990.

Twisted (1996 film)

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Through Andre, Lee quickly becomes immersed in New York's sleazy underbelly of a drug dealer (Anthony Crivello stars as "Eddie") and street hustlers.

Heathers: The Musical

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In 2014, he starred in the Kevin Murphy / Laurence O'Keefe cult hit Heathers in New York at New World Stages, and directed by Andy Fickman.
In February 2014, the cast was announced, including Barrett Wilbert Weed, Ryan McCartan, and Elle McLemore reprising their roles as Veronica, J.D., and Heather McNamara, respectively, with new additions to the cast being Jessica Keenan Wynn as Heather Chandler, Alice Lee as Heather Duke and Tony Award winner Anthony Crivello as Bill Sweeney/'Big Bud' Dean.