Joel Grey

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  • Birth Name: Joel David Katz
  • Birth Place: Cleveland, OH
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 04/11/1932, Aries
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy

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Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy
Free | PBS
Length: 01:23:04
Aired: 1/1/2013

Find out why the Broadway musical has proven to be a fertile territory for Jewish artists. watch

Keck's Exclusives: Cabaret Star Joel Grey to Play Warehouse 13 Magic Man

Warehouse 13 has cast Cabaret star Joel Grey in the role of a magician. The 81-year-old Oscar and Golden Globe winner will pop up in the Syfy series' May 20 episode as Monty the Magnificent, an aging performer who once headlined in Las Vegas, but in recent years has been relegated to those small smoky lounges off the casino floors.

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VIDEO: Ring Them Bells! A Kander & Ebb Celebration

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Ring Them Bells! A Kander & Ebb Celebration
Free | PBS
Length: 54:16
Aired: 2/15/2013

Salute to the music of John Kander and Fred Ebb, the team behind 'Cabaret' and 'Chicago.' watch

Videos

Guest Programmer
Buffalo Bill And The Indians Or Sittin
Oz: Season 5
Oz: Season 1

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Choke (2001)
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Choke
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Choke [HD]

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Keep Calm and Carry On
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The Sky's The Limit [HD]
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Ring Them Bells! A Kander & Ebb Celebration
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Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy

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Credits

Year Title Description
2008 Choke Movie, Actor - Phil
2001 Armistead Maupin's 'Further Tales of the City' TV Show Series, Actor - Guido
2000 Dancer In The Dark Movie, Actor - Oldrich Novy
2000 The Fantasticks Movie, Actor - Bellamy
1999 The Empty Mirror Movie, Actor - Josef Goebbels

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News

Nurse Jackie First Look: Jackie Needs a Little Help From Her Friends

After giving her husband the boot, Jackie is going to need a little help from her friends in the fourth season of Showtime's hit drama Nurse Jackie and that is exactly what she'll get based on the new key art for the series returning Sunday, April 8 at 9/8c.

This season, Jackie (Edie Falco) will finally confront her addiction, but she'll be further tested by... read more

A Note from the Author

So, before I talk about this week's episode, I thought I might catch you all up on the goings on at Stages 6 & 7 at Disney. It's been a while since I wrote an episode. Sunday night's "Love is Difficult" (co-written with humor and grace by Ms. Molly Newman) represents my first writing on Brothers & Sisters since "Mistakes Were Made, Pt 1." Also, today I finished co-writing episode 18 with Marc Guggenheim, and Greg Berlanti and I are going to pen the season finale together, which I am looking forward to. His hand is on all the scripts, and I freely acknowledge that we would not be here had it been left to me alone — Greg understands the delicate and sophisticated balance of dark and light, escapism and truth-telling that works here. I honestly believe that my episodes would have been a miasma of angst without his gentle touch, and we'd be off the air. Not that I don't have a sense of humor — I mean, I know my way around a joke — but somehow, I tend to gravitate ... read more

September 20, 2006: To Live and Die in Princeton (Again)

Since my earlier post suffered at the hands of the Technical Difficulty gods I'm re-submitting. Here's hoping the second time's a charm?I'm no fan of the rat but the opening scene on tonight's show was just gross. I'm not usually squeamish but I had just finished dinner. Was it really necessary to see Ezra Powell (Joel Grey) cut into a live animal and then later learn that the remaining rodents had gnawed on him? Despite that, I liked this episode directed by Laura Innes of ER (and might I add that I am anxiously awaiting that hospital show's premiere on Thursday).This week, famed Dr. Powell, the man who wrote the medical textbook, is the team's patient and he is suffering what he knows will be an incurable affliction. His wish? To die. So, why come to Dr. House, a physician known for going to incredible lengths the cure his patients? Because as House knows, people may accept death but no one really wants to experience it. With this in mind and up against a self-imposed diagnosis... read more

September 20, 2006: To Live and Die in Princeton

I'm no fan of the rat, but the opening scene on tonight's show was just gross. I'm not usually squeamish but I had just finished dinner. Was it really necessary to see Ezra Powell (Joel Grey) cut into a live animal and then later learn that the remaining rodents had gnawed on him? Despite that, I liked this episode directed by Laura Innes of ER (and might I add that I am anxiously awaiting that hospital show's premiere on Thursday).[Editor's Note: Due to a technical difficulty the rest of this column is currently unavailable. Please check back later. Thank you for your patience.] read more

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