Dullea's other films include Madame X; The Hoodlum Priest; Otto Preminger's Bunny Lake is Missing, with Laurence Olivier; and The Fox, an adaptation of the D.H. Lawrence novella, with Sandy Dennis. Dullea revisited his role as Commander Dave Bowman in 2010, an adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke's novel, which also starred Roy Scheider, John Lithgow and Helen Mirren.
Among his recent television credits are ABC's The Audrey Hepburn Story, as the father of the title character portrayed by Jennifer Love Hewitt. He also appeared in Hallmark Hall of Fame's Songs in Ordinary Time, with Sissy Spacek and Beau Bridges.
Dullea made his Broadway debut in Ira Levin's Dr. Cook's Garden, created the role of the blind man in Butterflies Are Free and played Brick in the Broadway revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Elizabeth Ashley. Also on Broadway, he appeared in P.S., Your Cat is Dead and Doubles. In London's West End he starred opposite Lee Remick in the British premiere of Bus Stop.
Recent theater appearances include the off-Broadway production of The Exonerated and The Other Side of Paradise, The Shakespeare Theatre's production of Little Foxes with Elizabeth Ashley in Washington, D.C., the Berkshire Theatre Festival production of Still Born Lover with Richard Chamberlain, Molly Sweeney, The Seagull at Playmakers Rep in Chapel Hill, NC, and a four-month tour with Death Trap in Ireland.
Dullea attended the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, where he studied acting with Sanford Meisner and dance with Martha Graham. In 1983, Dullea co-founded the Theatre Artists Workshop of Westport, a nonprofit organization that has developed plays that have gone on to Broadway, off-Broadway, regional and international productions. Dullea received the Artist of the Year Award from the Fairfield Arts Council in 2001.
Keir Dullea Facts
|Birthday||May 30, 1936 (82)|
|Birthplace||Cleveland, Ohio, USA|
|Height||6' 1" (1m85) How tall is Keir Dullea compared to you?|
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