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Tony Sheldon

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Origin  Brisbane, Australia
Parents  Toni Lamond
Occupation(s)  actor, singer
Movies  Freedom, Snow White
Name  Tony Sheldon
Books  The World Around Us
Role  Actor

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Born  12 September 1955 (age 60) (1955-09-12)
Cousins  Jordan Sommers, Traci Wald Donat
Grandparents  Stella Campbell, Joe Lawman
Similar People  Allan Scott, Toni Lamond, Stephan Elliott, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Kathleen Marshall

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Tony Sheldon (born 12 September 1955, in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia) is an Australian actor/singer best known for his work in theatre; he is also a writer.

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Career

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Sheldon comes from one of Australia's leading theatrical families: his mother is Toni Lamond, his aunt Helen Reddy, and his grandmother Stella Lamond.

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He won the 2005 Helpmann Award, the Sydney Critics Award, the Mo Award and the Glugs Award for his performance as Roger de Bris in The Producers. He was also nominated for a Helpmann and a Green Room Award for his work in The Witches of Eastwick in 2003. He wrote and directed The Times of My Life at the Ensemble Theatre (2006) and the Adelaide Cabaret Festival for his mother, Toni Lamond.

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Sheldon has played more than 1200 performances as Bernadette in Priscilla Queen of the Desert in Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, West End (2009) and Toronto prior to the Broadway premiere in March 2011. He won the Green Room Award, Best Male Artist in a Leading Role, and was nominated for an Olivier Award (2010, London). He was nominated for the Tony Award as Best Actor in a Musical for his performance in Priscilla on Broadway.

He currently plays Dufayel in the musical adaption of Amélie.

Awards and nominations

Broadway, "Priscilla", 2011
  • Tony Award-Leading Actor in a Musical (nomination)
  • Drama League-Outstanding Performance (nomination)
  • Drama Desk- Leading Actor in a Musical (nomination)
  • Outer Critics Circle Award-Leading Actor in a Musical (nomination)
  • Theatre World Award (winner)
  • West End, Priscilla, 2009
  • Oliver Award – Leading Performance in a Musical (nomination)
  • What's on Stage Award – Leading Performance in a Musical (nomination)
  • Australia, Priscilla, 2006/7
  • Sydney Theatre Critics Award – Best Actor in a Musical (winner)
  • Greenroom Award – Best Actor in a Musical (winner)
  • Mo Award – Musical Theatre Performer of the Year (winner)
  • Glugs Award – Best Actor in a Musical (winner)
  • Aussietheatre.com – Best Actor in a Musical (winner)
  • Helpmann Award for Best Male Actor in a Musical (nomination)
  • Australian Dance Award – (nomination)
  • 2005, The Producers
  • Helpmann Award for Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical (winner)
  • Mo Award – Best Featured Actor in a Musical (winner)
  • Sydney Theatre Critics Award – Best Featured Actor in a Musical (winner)
  • Glugs Award – Best Featured Actor in a Musical (winner)
  • Greenroom Award – Best Featured Actor in a Musical (nomination)
  • 2003, The Witches of Eastwick
  • Helpmann Award for Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical (nomination)
  • Greenroom Award – Best Featured Actor in a Musical (nomination)
  • 1994
  • Glugs Award – Best Actor in a Play, A Poor Student (winner)
  • Greenroom Award – Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, Falsettos
  • 1991, Wherefore Art Thou, Cabaret?
  • Mo Award – Performer of the Year (nomination)
  • Mo Award – Best Actor in a Musical (nomination)
  • 1985, Madonna and Child
  • Greenroom Award – Best Actor in a Musical (nomination)
  • Greenroom Award – Best Director of a Musical (nomination)
  • 1984, Torch Song Trilogy
  • Greenroom Award – Best Actor in a Play (winner)
  • Variety Club Heart Award – Actor of the Year (winner)
  • Sidney Myer Award – Contribution to Sydney Theatre (nomination)
  • 1977, Inner Voices
  • National Theatre Award – Best Actor in a Play (winner)
  • Sydney Theatre Critics Award – (winner)
  • Cast albums and soundtracks

  • The Venetian Twins - original cast (1979)
  • I Love My Wife - original Australian cast (1982)
  • Once In A Blue Moon - a celebration of Australian musicals (1994)
  • Lift Off Live (1995)
  • Songs from Fame the musical - Australian cast (1999)
  • Priscilla, Queen of the Desert - original Australian cast (2007)
  • Priscillla, Queen of the Desert - original Broadway cast (2011)
  • Man of La Mancha - Australian cast (2015)
  • Select filmography

  • Spoiled (1974)
  • References

    Tony Sheldon Wikipedia


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