John Garfield (Performer) | Playbill

John Garfield

Performer
  • Also Known As: Jacob Julius Garfinkle, Jules Garfield
  • Born: Mar 03, 1913 in New York, New York
  • Death: May 20, 1952 in New York, New York

Roles (18)

Golden Boy Playbill - March 12, 1952 Golden Boy
Opened March 12, 1952
  • as Joe Bonaparte (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Peer Gynt
Opened January 28, 1951
  • as Peer Gynt (Original)
The Big Knife Playbill - March 1949 The Big Knife
Opened February 24, 1949
  • as Charlie Castle (Original)
The Big Knife Playbill - March 1949
Skipper Next to God Playbill - Jan 1948 Skipper Next to God
Opened January 04, 1948
  • as Joris Kuiper (Original)
Heavenly Express Playbill - April 1940 Heavenly Express
Opened April 18, 1940
  • as The Overland Kid (Original)
Golden Boy Playbill - Jan 1938 Golden Boy
Opened November 04, 1937
  • as Siggie (Original)
Golden Boy Playbill - Jan 1938
Having Wonderful Time Playbill - March 1937 Having Wonderful Time
Opened February 20, 1937
  • as Chick Kessler (Original)
Johnny Johnson Playbill - Jan 1937 Johnny Johnson
Opened November 19, 1936
  • as Johann Lang (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Case of Clyde Griffiths
Opened March 13, 1936
  • as Working Man (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Weep for the Virgins
Opened November 30, 1935
  • as Hap Nichols (Original)
Awake and Sing! Playbill - Feb 1935 Awake and Sing!
Opened February 19, 1935
  • as Ralph Berger (Original)
Gold Eagle Guy Playbill - November 1934 Gold Eagle Guy
Opened November 28, 1934
  • as Mackay (Original)
  • as Sailor (Original)
Peace on Earth Playbill - Mar 1934 Peace on Earth
Opened March 31, 1934
  • as Bob Peters (Original)
  • as The Messenger (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Peace on Earth
Opened November 29, 1933
  • as The Messenger (Original)
Lost Boy Playbill - Jan 1932 Lost Boy
Opened January 05, 1932
  • as Bill (Original)
Counsellor-at-Law Playbill - Nov 1931 Counsellor-at-Law
Opened November 06, 1931
  • as Henry Susskind (Replacement)

Awards

Tony Award
1948 Special Award Winner
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