Martin Balsam (Performer) | Playbill

Martin Balsam

Performer
  • Born: Nov 03, 1919 in New York, New York
  • Death: Feb 12, 1996 in Rome, Italy

Roles (17)

Cold Storage Playbill - March 1978 Cold Storage
Opened December 29, 1977
  • as Joseph Parmigian (Original)
You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running Playbill - Opening Night, March 1967 The Shock of Recognition
Opened March 13, 1967
  • as Richard Pawling (Original)
I'll Be Home For Christmas Playbill - Mar 1967 I'll Be Home For Christmas
Opened March 13, 1967
  • as Chuck (Original)
You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running Playbill - March 1967 The Footsteps of Doves
Opened March 13, 1967
  • as George (Original)
Nowhere to Go But Up Playbill - Nov 1962 Nowhere to Go But Up
Opened November 10, 1962
  • as Moe Smith (Original)
Middle of the Night Playbill - Feb 1956 Middle of the Night
Opened February 08, 1956
  • as The Son-in-Law (Original)
Camino Real Playbill - April 1953 Camino Real
Opened March 17, 1953
  • as A Bum in a Window (Original)
  • as Ensemble at the Fiesta (Original)
  • as Guest (Original)
  • as Pilot of the Fugitivo (Original)
The Rose Tattoo Playbill - Feb 1951 The Rose Tattoo
Opened February 03, 1951
  • as Man (Original)
The Liar Playbill - May 1950 The Liar
Opened May 18, 1950
  • as Servingman (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Sundown Beach
Opened September 07, 1948
  • as Merle (Original)
Macbeth Playbill - April 1948 Macbeth
Opened March 31, 1948
  • as Murderer (Original)
  • as One of the Three (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Wanhope Building
Opened February 09, 1947
  • as Eddie (Original)
Ghost for Sale Playbill - April 1941 Ghost for Sale
Opened September 29, 1941
  • as Mr. Blow (Original)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1977 Outstanding Actor in a Play Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
1978 Outstanding Actor in a Play Winner
1967 Outstanding Actor in a Play Winner
Tony Award
1968 Best Actor in a Play Winner
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