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Victor/Victoria (1995)

Directors: Blake Edwards; Matthew Diamond; Goro Kobayashi

Writer: Blake Edwards

Music by: Henry Mancini

Producers: Philip W. Hack; Bill Murphy; Allen Newman

Keywords: Musical

Broadway musical version of the more famous Victor/Victoria.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Julie Andrews
Singer
1-Oct-1935   Mary Poppins
Michael Nouri
Actor
9-Dec-1945   Flashdance
Tony Roberts
Actor
22-Oct-1939   Annie Hall
Richard B. Shull
Actor
24-Feb-1929 14-Oct-1999 Holmes and Yo-Yo

CAST

Julie Andrews   ...   Victor / Victoria
Tony Roberts   ...   Toddy
Michael Nouri   ...   King Marchand
Also Starring
Rachel York   ...   Norma Cassidy
Richard B. Shull   ...   Andre Cassell
Adam Heller   ...   Henri Labisse
Michael Cripe   ...   Richard DiNardo
Gregory Jbara   ...   Squash Bernstein
Michael-Demby Cain   ...   Ensemble
Angelo Fraboni   ...   Ensemble
Darren Lee   ...   Ensemble
Michael O'Donnell   ...   Ensemble
Vince Pesce   ...   Ensemble
Arte Phillips   ...   Ensemble
Rocker Verastique   ...   Ensemble
Casey Nicholaw   ...   Ensemble
Jennifer Smith   ...   Ensemble
Christopher Innvar   ...   Ensemble
Cynthia Sophiea   ...   Ensemble
Devin Richards   ...   Jazz Singer
Roxane Barlow   ...   Ensemble
Caitlin Carter   ...   Ensemble
Pascale Faye   ...   Ensemble
Amy Heggins   ...   Ensemble
Aixa M. Rosario Medina   ...   Ensemble
Cynthia Onrubia   ...   Ensemble
Tara O'Brien   ...   Street Singer
Ken Land   ...   Sal Andretti
Mark Lotito   ...   Clam

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