Donald Moffat (Director) | Playbill

Donald Moffat

Director
  • Born: Dec 25, 1930 in Plymouth, Devon, ENGLAND
  • Death: Dec 19, 2018 in Sleepy Hollow, NY

Roles (24)

The Heiress Playbill - March 1995 The Heiress
Opened March 09, 1995
  • as Dr. Austin Sloper (Replacement)
The Iceman Cometh Playbill - September 1985 The Iceman Cometh
Opened September 29, 1985
  • as Larry Slade (Original)
Play Memory Playbill - April 1984 Play Memory
Opened April 26, 1984
  • as Cam MacMillan (Original)
Father's Day Playbill - March 1971 Father's Day
Opened March 16, 1971
  • as Richard (Original)
  • Director
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Hamlet
Opened March 03, 1969
  • as Horatio (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Cock-a-Doodle Dandy
Opened January 20, 1969
  • as Sailor Mahan (Original)
The Cherry Orchard Playbill - March 1968 The Cherry Orchard
Opened March 19, 1968
  • as Lopakhin, Ermolai Alekseevich (Original)
War and Peace Playbill - April 1967 War and Peace
Opened March 21, 1967
  • as Andrei (Original)
You Can't Take It With You Playbill - April 1967 You Can't Take It With You
Opened February 10, 1967
  • as Martin Vanderhof (Grandpa) (Original)
The Wild Duck - November 1966 The Wild Duck
Opened January 11, 1967
  • as Hjalmar Ekdal (Original)
Right You Are Playbill - Nov 1966 Right You Are If You Think You Are
Opened November 22, 1966
  • as Laudisi (Original)
The School for Scandal Playbill - Nov 1966 The School for Scandal
Opened November 21, 1966
  • as Joseph Surface [Alternate] (Original)
You Can't Take It With You Playbill - Nov 1965 You Can't Take It With You
Opened November 23, 1965
  • as Martin Vanderhof (Grandpa) (Original)
The Affair Playbill - Sept 1962 The Affair
Opened September 20, 1962
  • as Julian Skeffington, Sc.D. (Original)
A Passage to India Playbill - Jan 1962 A Passage to India
Opened January 31, 1962
  • as Mr. McBryde (Original)
A Passage to India Playbill - Jan 1962
Duel of Angels Playbill - May 1960 Duel of Angels
Opened April 19, 1960
  • as Clerk of the Court (Original)
  • as Customer at the Café (Original)
  • as Armand (Original)
The Tumbler Playbill - Feb 1960 The Tumbler
Opened February 24, 1960
  • as George (Original)
Much Ado About Nothing Playbill - Oct 1959 Much Ado About Nothing
Opened September 17, 1959
  • as Messenger (Original)
  • as Verges (Original)
Under Milk Wood Playbill - Nov 4, 1957 Under Milk Wood
Opened October 15, 1957
  • as Mr. Ogmore (Original)
  • as Nogood Boyo (Original)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1986 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Nominee
1984 Outstanding Actor in a Play Nominee
Tony Award
1967 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1967 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
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