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Robert Moore (director)

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Name  Robert Moore

Role  Stage Director
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Born  February 1, 1927 (1927-02-01) Detroit, Michigan, USA
Occupation  Theatre director, film director
Died  May 10, 1984, New York City, New York, United States
Awards  Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Director
Nominations  Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical
Movies  Murder by Death, The Cheap Detective, Tell Me That You Love Me, Chapter Two, Thursday's Game
Similar People  James Coco, Eileen Brennan, Nancy Walker, Neil Simon, Peter Falk

Robert Moore (February 1, 1927 – May 10, 1984) was an American stage, film and television director and actor.

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Biography

Born in Detroit, Michigan, Moore studied at the Catholic University of America Drama Department under Gilbert V. Hartke. He is best known for his direction of the ground-breaking play The Boys in the Band, his Broadway productions (which garnered him five Tony Award nominations), and his collaborations - three plays and three films - with Neil Simon, including the detective spoof Murder By Death and The Cheap Detective.

As an actor, he played a disabled gay man opposite Liza Minnelli in the 1970 drama Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon, appeared in two episodes of Valerie Harper's sitcom Rhoda (for which he also directed 26 episodes), in one episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show (as Phyllis' gay brother) and was a regular on Diana Rigg's short-lived 1973 sitcom Diana. His other television directing credits include The Bob Newhart Show and the 1976 production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner, Laurence Olivier, and Maureen Stapleton.

Moore died of AIDS-related pneumonia in New York City.

Awards and nominations

Awards
  • 1968 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Direction of a Play – The Boys in the Band
  • Nominations
  • 1969 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical – Promises, Promises
  • 1970 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play – Last of the Red Hot Lovers
  • 1978 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play – Deathtrap
  • 1979 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical – They're Playing Our Song
  • 1981 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical – Woman of the Year
  • References

    Robert Moore (director) Wikipedia


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