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Remak Ramsay

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Name  Remak Ramsay

Role  Film actor
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Full Name  Gustavus Remak Ramsay
Born  February 2, 1937Baltimore, Maryland
Parents  John Breckinridge Ramsay, Caroline V. Remak
Awards  Obie Award for Ensemble Performance
Nominations  Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play
Movies  Addicted to Love, The Front, The House on Carroll Street, Class, Mr and Mrs Bridge
Similar People  Dana Ivey, Martin Ritt, Caroline Lagerfelt, Anthony Heald, Roy Poole

Remak Ramsay (born February 2, 1937) is an American veteran stage, film and television actor. Ramsay was born Gustavus Remak Ramsay in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of Caroline V. (née Remak) and John Breckinridge Ramsay.

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Stage plays

  • Half a Sixpence (1965–66), as Young Walshingham
  • Lovely Ladies (1970), as Captain McLean
  • Sheep on the Runway (1970), as Edward Snelling
  • On the Town (1971), as Ozzie
  • Jumpers (1974), as Archie
  • Private Lives (1975), as Victor Prynne
  • Dirty Linen & New-Found-Land (1977), as Cocklebury-Smythe, M.P.
  • Landscape of the Body (1978), as Durwood Peach
  • The Dining Room (1981), as 1st Actor
  • The Devil's Disciple (1988), as Anthony Anderson
  • Nick & Nora (1991), as Max Bernheim
  • Saint Joan (1993), as Chaplain de Stogumber
  • The Heiress (1995), as Dr. Austin Sloper
  • The Molière Comedies (1995), as Ariste/Gorgibus
  • Selected filmography

  • The Front (1976), as Hennessey
  • Class (1983), as Kennedy
  • Shadows and Fog (1988), as Senator Byington
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bridge (1990), as Virgil Barron
  • King of the Hill (1993), as Principal Stillwater
  • Addicted to Love (1997), as Professor Wells
  • TV appearances

  • Truman (1995), as Dean Acheson (film)
  • Law & Order (2000), as Ambassador Peter Sarno (Amends, episode #236)
  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2002), as Doug Lafferty (Faith, episode #21)
  • Awards

  • Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actor in a Play
  • 1981 nominee, for The Winslow Boy 1983 nominee, for Quartermaine's Terms

    References

    Remak Ramsay Wikipedia


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