Bob Stillman

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Bob Stillman (born December 2, 1954, New York City) is an American actor, singer, and songwriter.

He studied piano at Juilliard, and made his broadway debut in Grand Hotel as Erik; was a replacement cast member in Kiss of the Spider Woman; gave a Tony nominated performance as a pianist and actor in Broadway's Dirty Blonde, played a dying songwriter in The Last Session, and appeared as George Gould Strong in Grey Gardens off- and on-Broadway.

One of his songs, "Long Hard Day", was featured in Urban Cowboy; he was a standby for the role of Cosmé McMoon in Souvenir.

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  • Come Down Angel, 2003

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