Cariou

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Tony Award For Best Performance By A Leading Actor In A Musical - Award Winners - 1970s
1970 Cleavon Little – Purlie as Purlie Len Cariou – Applause as Bill Sampson Robert Weede – Cry for Us All as Edward Quinn 1971 Hal Linden – The Rothschilds as Mayer Rothschild ... as Proteus 1973 Ben Vereen – Pippin as The Leading Player Len Cariou – A Little Night Music as Frederick Egerman Robert Morse – Sugar as Jerry Brock Peters – Lost in the Stars as Stephen Kumalo 1974 ... Act as Dan Conners Gilbert Price – Timbuktu! as The Mansa of Mali 1979 Len Cariou – Sweeney Todd as Sweeney Todd Vincent Gardenia – Ballroom as Alfred ...
Warren Cariou - Biography
... Warren Cariou received a B.A ... In 2005 Cariou served on the jury for the prestigious Scotiabank Giller Prize ... Cariou was one of three featured authors in Coming Attractions '95, and has had short stories appear in Stag Line Stories by Men and Due West, both published by Coteau Books ...
France At The 1912 Summer Olympics - Equestrian
... Dressage Rider Horse Event Final Penalties Rank Jean Cariou Mignon Individual 14 ... Michel Dufort Castibalza Individual 109 ... Albert Seigner Dignité Individual 10 ... Eventing Rider Horse ...
Len Cariou - Career
... Cariou started acting in Winnipeg at the Manitoba Theatre Centre and later at the Stratford, Ontario, tackling classical roles like King Lear, Macbeth, Prospero, Coriolanus, Brutus, Petruchio, Iago, Oberon ... Cariou also became a lead actor at the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis in the 1960s, where he played Orlando in As You Like It, and Agamemnon in Tyrone ... In 1968, Cariou made his Broadway debut in The House of Atreus ...