Gender
Male
Born
Nov 29, 1897
Newport, Kentucky, USA
Died
Jul 13, 1982
New York, New York, USA
Performer
  • CREDITS
    Never Too Late (Nov 27, 1962 - Apr 24, 1965)
    • Also Starring: John Alexander [Mayor Crane]
    • Starring: John Alexander
      • Harry Lambert - Replacement
    PlayComedyOriginal
    A Visit to a Small Planet (Feb 07, 1957 - Jan 11, 1958)
    • Also Starring: John Alexander
      • General Tom Powers - Replacement (Jan 06, 1958 - Jan 11, 1958)
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Ondine (Feb 18, 1954 - Jul 03, 1954)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Auguste]
    PlayRomanceOriginal
    Hilda Crane (Nov 01, 1950 - Dec 31, 1950)
    • Also Starring: John Alexander [Henry Ottwell]
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Born Yesterday (Feb 04, 1946 - Dec 31, 1949)
    • Performer: John Alexander
      • Harry Brock - Replacement
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Arsenic and Old Lace (Jan 10, 1941 - Jun 17, 1944)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Teddy Brewster]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Out From Under (May 04, 1940 - May 11, 1940)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Joe Parker]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Morning's at Seven (Nov 30, 1939 - Jan 06, 1940)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Homer Bolton]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Kiss the Boys Good-bye (Sep 28, 1938 - Jun 1939)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Madison Breed]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    All the Living (Mar 24, 1938 - May 1938)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Thomas Jefferson Gardy]
    PlayDramaOriginal
    The Greatest Show on Earth (Jan 05, 1938 - Jan 29, 1938)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Rajah]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Red Harvest (Mar 30, 1937 - Apr 1937)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Sergeant Bennett]
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Swing Your Lady (Oct 18, 1936 - Jan 16, 1937)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Joe Skopapoulos]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    The Devil of Pei-Ling (Feb 20, 1936 - Feb 1936)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Officer Murphy]
    PlayMelodramaOriginal
    Mid-West (Jan 07, 1936 - Jan 1936)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Bigwash Rowell]
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Nowhere Bound (Jan 22, 1935 - Feb 1935)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Dobbs]
    PlayMelodramaOriginal
    The Petrified Forest (Jan 07, 1935 - Jun 1935)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Joseph]
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Jamboree (Nov 24, 1932 - Dec 1932)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Bull]
    PlayOriginal
    Cyrano de Bergerac (Feb 18, 1926 - May 1926)
    • Performer: John Alexander [A Musketeer, Montfleury]
    PlayComedyRevival
    The Chocolate Dandies (Sep 01, 1924 - Nov 22, 1924)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Jump Steady, Chorus]
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Cyrano de Bergerac (Nov 01, 1923 - Jun 1924)
    • Performer: John Alexander [A Musketeer]
    PlayComedy PoemRevival
    The Mirage (Sep 30, 1920 - Mar 1921)
    • Performer: John Alexander [Charles Stanwood]
    PlayMelodramaOriginal
    What's in a Name? (Mar 19, 1920 - Jun 26, 1920)
    • Performer: John Alexander
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    Richelieu (Apr 16, 1917 - May 02, 1917)
    • Performer: John Alexander
    PlayRevival
    The Dumb and the Blind (Dec 18, 1914 - Jan 1915)
    • Performer: John Alexander
    PlayOriginal
    Mary Goes First (Nov 02, 1914 - Nov 1914)
    • Performer: John Alexander
    PlayOriginal
    • Performer: John Alexander
    PlayDramaOriginal
    The Children of Kings (Nov 03, 1902 - Nov 1902)
    • Performer: John Alexander
    PlayOriginal
Never Too Late (Nov 27, 1962 - Apr 24, 1965)
  • Also Starring: John Alexander [Mayor Crane]
  • Starring: John Alexander
    • Harry Lambert - Replacement
PlayComedyOriginal
A Visit to a Small Planet (Feb 07, 1957 - Jan 11, 1958)
  • Also Starring: John Alexander
    • General Tom Powers - Replacement (Jan 06, 1958 - Jan 11, 1958)
PlayComedyOriginal
Ondine (Feb 18, 1954 - Jul 03, 1954)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Auguste]
PlayRomanceOriginal
Hilda Crane (Nov 01, 1950 - Dec 31, 1950)
  • Also Starring: John Alexander [Henry Ottwell]
PlayDramaOriginal
Born Yesterday (Feb 04, 1946 - Dec 31, 1949)
  • Performer: John Alexander
    • Harry Brock - Replacement
PlayComedyOriginal
Arsenic and Old Lace (Jan 10, 1941 - Jun 17, 1944)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Teddy Brewster]
PlayComedyOriginal
Out From Under (May 04, 1940 - May 11, 1940)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Joe Parker]
PlayComedyOriginal
Morning's at Seven (Nov 30, 1939 - Jan 06, 1940)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Homer Bolton]
PlayComedyOriginal
Kiss the Boys Good-bye (Sep 28, 1938 - Jun 1939)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Madison Breed]
PlayComedyOriginal
All the Living (Mar 24, 1938 - May 1938)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Thomas Jefferson Gardy]
PlayDramaOriginal
The Greatest Show on Earth (Jan 05, 1938 - Jan 29, 1938)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Rajah]
PlayComedyOriginal
Red Harvest (Mar 30, 1937 - Apr 1937)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Sergeant Bennett]
PlayDramaOriginal
Swing Your Lady (Oct 18, 1936 - Jan 16, 1937)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Joe Skopapoulos]
PlayComedyOriginal
The Devil of Pei-Ling (Feb 20, 1936 - Feb 1936)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Officer Murphy]
PlayMelodramaOriginal
Mid-West (Jan 07, 1936 - Jan 1936)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Bigwash Rowell]
PlayDramaOriginal
Nowhere Bound (Jan 22, 1935 - Feb 1935)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Dobbs]
PlayMelodramaOriginal
The Petrified Forest (Jan 07, 1935 - Jun 1935)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Joseph]
PlayDramaOriginal
Jamboree (Nov 24, 1932 - Dec 1932)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Bull]
PlayOriginal
Cyrano de Bergerac (Feb 18, 1926 - May 1926)
  • Performer: John Alexander [A Musketeer, Montfleury]
PlayComedyRevival
The Chocolate Dandies (Sep 01, 1924 - Nov 22, 1924)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Jump Steady, Chorus]
MusicalComedyOriginal
Cyrano de Bergerac (Nov 01, 1923 - Jun 1924)
  • Performer: John Alexander [A Musketeer]
PlayComedy PoemRevival
The Mirage (Sep 30, 1920 - Mar 1921)
  • Performer: John Alexander [Charles Stanwood]
PlayMelodramaOriginal
What's in a Name? (Mar 19, 1920 - Jun 26, 1920)
  • Performer: John Alexander
MusicalRevueOriginal
Richelieu (Apr 16, 1917 - May 02, 1917)
  • Performer: John Alexander
PlayRevival
The Dumb and the Blind (Dec 18, 1914 - Jan 1915)
  • Performer: John Alexander
PlayOriginal
Mary Goes First (Nov 02, 1914 - Nov 1914)
  • Performer: John Alexander
PlayOriginal
  • Performer: John Alexander
PlayDramaOriginal
The Children of Kings (Nov 03, 1902 - Nov 1902)
  • Performer: John Alexander
PlayOriginal

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