BROADWAY’S LEADING MAN

Barry Nelson in the hit comedy “Mary, Mary” (1961)
“Bond. James Bond.”
These were the days that if you were a big enough star… your headshot could serve as a Playbill cover.
Nelson in 2003, as he appeared in Antiques and the Arts Magazine, at age eighty-six.

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Author, playwright, director, actor, theatre critic and historian, his book, “Up in the Cheap Seats,” is available at Amazon.com.

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Author, playwright, director, actor, theatre critic and historian, his book, “Up in the Cheap Seats,” is available at Amazon.com.

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