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Tony Sheldon, Jeremy Stanford & Daniel Scott


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Tony Sheldon: Tony most recently featured as the demented Roger De Bris in Mel Brooks’ The Producers, winning the Helpmann Award, the Mo Award and the Sydney Theatre Award as Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, as well as the Glugs Award for Most Versatile Performer of 2005. A third generation show business veteran, Tony made his professional television debut at the age of seven on Graham Kennedy’s In Melbourne Tonight, before appearing onstage in J.C. Williamson’s production of Oliver!. After leaving school Tony appeared in a diverse range of shows including The Legend of King O’Malley, Dracula, Wild Honey, Deathtrap, The Floating World, Bedfellows, The Glass Menagerie and Equus.

Tony was invited by John Bell to join the Nimrod Theatre where he created the role of Joe Cassidy in the original production of the classic Australian drama, A Hard God, later televised by ABC-TV. Tony’s other credits at Nimrod include Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, Henry IV, Candide and Inner Voices for which he won the National Theatre Award as Best Actor of 1977. His long association with Marian Street Theatre includes performances in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Odd Couple, Dames at Sea, Long Day’s Journey Into Night and A Poor Student (Norman Kessell Award – Outstanding Performance, 2001).

He was acclaimed for his portrayal of John Barrymore opposite Cameron Daddo in I Hate Hamlet, a role he later repeated for Melbourne Theatre Company opposite Guy Pearce.

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