Keene Curtis (Performer) | Playbill

Keene Curtis

Performer

A native of Salt Lake City, Mr. Curtis — born Keene Holbrook Curtis in 1923 — lived in the Hollywood Hills for many years when he wasn't working on the New York stage. One of his many West Coast gigs in TV and film was the recurring role of John Hill, the salty upstairs restaurant owner on TV's "Cheers."

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  • Also Known As: Keene Holbrook Curtis
  • Born: Feb 14, 1923 in Salt Lake City, UT, USA
  • Death: Oct 12, 2002 in Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Roles (36)

Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Black Comedy
Opened September 01, 1993
  • as Colonel Melkett (Original)
La Cage aux Folles Playbill - Aug 1983 La Cage aux Folles
Opened August 21, 1983
  • as Albin (Replacement)
Division Street Playbill - Oct 1980 Division Street
Opened October 08, 1980
  • as Yovan (Original)
Division Street Playbill - Oct 1980
Annie Playbill - Feb 1980 Annie
Opened April 21, 1977
  • as Oliver Warbucks (Replacement)
Via Galactica Playbill - November 1972 Via Galactica
Opened November 28, 1972
  • as Dr. Isaacs (Original)
Night Watch Playbill - Opening Night, Feb 1972 Night Watch
Opened February 28, 1972
  • as Curtis Appleby (Original)
The Rothschilds Playbill - Oct 1970 The Rothschilds
Opened October 19, 1970
  • as Herries (Original)
  • as Joseph Fouche (Original)
  • as Prince Metternich (Original)
  • as Prince William of Hesse (Original)
Blood Red Roses Playbill - March 1970 Blood Red Roses
Opened March 22, 1970
  • as Napoleon III (Original)
A Patriot for Me Playbill - Oct 1969 A Patriot for Me
Opened October 06, 1969
  • as Col. Mischa Oblensky (Original)
A Patriot for Me Playbill - Oct 1969
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Hamlet
Opened March 03, 1969
  • as Player (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Cock-a-Doodle Dandy
Opened January 20, 1969
  • as Sergeant (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Misanthrope
Opened October 09, 1968
  • as Oronte (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Cocktail Party
Opened October 07, 1968
  • as Alexander MacColgie Gibbs (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Pantagleize
Opened September 03, 1968
  • as Anarchist (Original)
The Cherry Orchard Playbill - March 1968 The Cherry Orchard
Opened March 19, 1968
  • as Epikhodov, Semen Panteleevich (Original)
Pantagleize Playbill - March 1968 Pantagleize
Opened November 30, 1967
  • as Anarchist (Original)
War and Peace Playbill - April 1967 War and Peace
Opened March 21, 1967
  • as Napoleon (Original)
  • as Pierre [Alternate] (Original)
You Can't Take It With You Playbill - April 1967 You Can't Take It With You
Opened February 10, 1967
  • as Boris Kolenkhov (Original)
The Wild Duck - November 1966 The Wild Duck
Opened January 11, 1967
  • as Chamberlain Balle [Alternate] (Original)
  • as Molvik [Alternate] (Original)
Right You Are Playbill - Nov 1966 Right You Are If You Think You Are
Opened November 22, 1966
  • as Sirelli (Original)
The School for Scandal Playbill - Nov 1966 The School for Scandal
Opened November 21, 1966
  • as Sir Oliver Surface (Original)
You Can't Take It With You Playbill - Nov 1965 You Can't Take It With You
Opened November 23, 1965
  • as Boris Kolenkhov (Original)
Silent Night, Lonely Night Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1959 Silent Night, Lonely Night
Opened December 03, 1959
  • Production Stage Manager
Much Ado About Nothing Playbill - Oct 1959 Much Ado About Nothing
Opened September 17, 1959
  • Production Stage Manager
Look After Lulu Playbill - March 1959 Look After Lulu
Opened March 03, 1959
  • Production Stage Manager
The Firstborn Playbill - May 1958 The Firstborn
Opened April 29, 1958
  • Production Stage Manager
Present Laughter Playbill - Jan 1958 Present Laughter
Opened January 31, 1958
  • Production Stage Manager
Nude with Violin Playbill - Nov 1957 Nude with Violin
Opened November 13, 1957
  • Production Stage Manager
Four Winds Playbill - Sept 1957 Four Winds
Opened September 25, 1957
  • Production Stage Manager
The Desk Set Playbill - Nov 1955 The Desk Set
Opened October 24, 1955
  • Stage Manager
The Dark Is Light Enough Playbill - March 1955 The Dark Is Light Enough
Opened February 23, 1955
  • Production Stage Manager

Awards

Tony Award
1971 Best Featured Actor in a Musical Winner
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