Who Won the 1966
Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play

Hal Holbrook

("Mark Twain Tonight")

1965 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner
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1966 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner Hal Holbrook News

Beaver Valley's Jaggerz & Jerry Reed named to Pittsburgh music hall of fame

Timesonline.com
Hollywood took notice of Jeree's quality sound, choosing that studio as the spot to make the soundtrack for Stephen King and George Romero's horror flick "Creepshow," starring Hal Holbrook and Adrianne Barbeau. Reed, who also founded the popular ...

1966 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner Hal Holbrook News

Twain's tales told

Calaveras Enterprise
“I would listen to Hal Holbrook doing Twain,” he said. Holbrook is considered by many to be the quintessential Twain performer. This year marks the 50th anniversary of CBS's airing of his “Mark Twain Tonight,” a telecast of his one-man show that he has ...

1966 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner Hal Holbrook News

A Medium With a Message: Inside TV's Long History of Tackling Social Issues

Yahoo TV (blog)
On ABC, Hal Holbrook and Martin Sheen offered a sensitive portrayal of a gay couple in 1972's “That Certain Summer.” Carol Burnett and Ned Beatty exposed Vietnam-era military shortcomings in 1979's “Friendly Fire.” The potential for nuclear apocalypse ...

1966 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner Hal Holbrook News

Mark Twain is coming to Newport News, in the form of actor Hal Holbrook

Virginian-Pilot
Twain taught it how to laugh. Actually, it's Hal Holbrook who is en route to Newport News, but to generations of theatergoers they are the same person. “Mark Twain Tonight!” features one legend playing another. Holbrook, age 92, has been portraying ...

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