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Larry Neumann Jr.

Larry Neumann Jr.

A veteran theater actor, Larry Neumann Jr. just finished performing with his wife in the two-person show Disciple. During the 2001 season at the Court Theatre, Neumann played Feste in Twelfth Night, Radish in Trevor Griffith's Piano and Jowett in Tom Stoppard's Invention of Love, and also appeared as Mr. Vanislaw in Christopher Durang's Betty's Summer Vacation at Roadworks. Last season, he appeared in Ghetto and 1776, both 2000 Jeff Award winners for production.

A member of the Famous Door Theatre company, Neumann received the 1996 Jeff Award for Actor in a Revue and the 1997 After Dark Award for his portrayal of the Dali Lahma in Hitting for the Cycle. He also appeared in The Living, the 1997 Jeff Award winner for production. Neumann's additional Chicago theater credits include The Angels of Lemnos, for which he received a Best Supporting Actor nomination from the Chicago Dramatists, as well as Othello, Marat/Sade and Disappeared.

Among Neumann's film and television credits are Stir of Echoes, Just Visiting, Walker, Texas Ranger, The Untouchables, America's Most Wanted and Roommates.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.

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