J. Anthony Crane
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|J. Anthony Crane|
October 19, 1972 |
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Film, stage, television actor|
J. Anthony Crane, aka Tony Crane (born October 19, 1972) is an American film, television, and stage actor.
He is known for his portrayal of Remy McSwain in the television series The Big Easy, a small screen adaptation of the 1987 movie (starring Dennis Quaid). He made his Broadway debut in Sight Unseen Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Donald Margulies, understudying Ben Shenkman. He appeared in that show in 2008 at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. He appeared as Lancelot in the Las Vegas production of the musical Spamalot. In 2010, he has taken on the role of Scar in Disney's musical production of The Lion King, currently touring across the US and Canada.
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