|Born||March 11, 1954|
Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.
Stephen Bogardus (born March 11, 1954) is an American actor.
He made his first New York City appearance in a stage adaptation of the film The Umbrellas of Cherbourg at Joseph Papp's Public Theater in 1979. His additional off-Broadway credits include March of the Falsettos (1981), In Trousers (1985), Falsettoland (1990), and Love! Valour! Compassion! (1997), which transferred to Broadway the following year, and Man of La Mancha (2002). He received both Obie and Tony Award nominations for his performance in Love! Valour! Compassion!, and reprised his role in the 1997 film. He was featured in the City Center concert series Encores! in Sweet Adeline (1997) and Allegro as Joseph Taylor Jr. (1994).
His Broadway work includes West Side Story (1980), Les Misérables, November 1987 - June 1988 as Grantaire, in addition to other roles, Safe Sex (1987), The Grapes of Wrath, King David (Concert, 1997), High Society (1998), James Joyce's The Dead (April 4, 2000 to April 16, 2000 as Gabriel Conroy), Man of La Mancha (2002, Dr. Carrasco), and Old Acquaintance (2007).
In regional theatre, Bogardus appeared in M. Butterfly at the Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.; William Finn's, Elegies, Canon Theatre, Los Angeles; and James Joyce's The Dead at the Ahmanson Theater, Los Angeles and the Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.
Bogardus' extensive television credits include small roles on the daytime soaps Another World, All My Children and Guiding Light; and numerous guest appearances on prime time series, including Cagney and Lacey, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Ed, Monk and Conviction.
Bogardus is married to dancer Dana Moore. In 1998, they appeared opposite each other in Chicago, with Bogardus as lawyer Billy Flynn and Moore as Velma Kelly. In 2002, they appeared together in Damn Yankees as Lola and Mr. Applegate at the Boston Center for The Arts, Boston, Massachusetts. They have an adopted son, Jackson Bogardus.
- West Side Story (1980)
- Les Misérables (1987)
- The Grapes of Wrath (1990)
- Falsettos (1992)
- King David (1997)
- Love! Valour! Compassion! (1998),
- High Society (1998)
- James Joyce's The Dead (2000)
- Man of La Mancha (2002 revival)
- Old Acquaintance (2007)
- White Christmas (2008)
- Bright Star (2016)
Awards and nominations
|1995||Tony Award||Best Featured Actor in a Play||Love! Valour! Compassion!||Nominated|
|2013||Drama Desk Award||Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical||Passion||Nominated|
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