He portrayed the character John Carrington in Part III of the miniseries Roots (1977). Il meurt le 11 octobre 1989 à West Hollywood, Californie, de complications liées au SIDA, Nicholas Stern Leiser, died Dec. 11, 1992, at age 38. The Marin County resident, a graduate of Redwood High School and UC Berkeley, was on leave from the New York Times, writing his second novel, when he died. Performed locally and taught "Lessons in the Art of Flying.". Antonio Mendes, died Feb. 7, 1991, at age 41. Paul Shenar has been died on Oct 11, 1989 ( age 53). Performed with the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company. | Zack Thompson, died Sept. 8, 1996, at age 61. After seeing Jenner's character design, he requested to re-record some of his dialogue so that he could get the "performance" just right. Shenar's performance in The Secret of NIMH so impressed producer Don Bluth he had wanted to hire Shenar to also voice the villain Borf in the game Space Ace, but was unable to do so due to budget issues (a role that ultimately went to Bluth himself). Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Playwright. Paul was gay, it was well-known. Filmography Edit. Randy Shilts, died Feb. 17, 1994, at age 42. --126.96.36.199 10:53, 11 July 2010 (UTC) It is my opinion that Paul Shenar probably was gay but until we have some real proof I strongly agree that we leave that out here. Robert Chesley, died Dec. 5, 1990, at age 47. Drag performer. « Paul Shenar, died Oct. 11, 1989, at age 53. Mais c'est en 1983 qu'il se fait connaître avec le rôle du mafieux Alejandro Sosa dans le film culte Scarface de Brian De Palma. The roster of Bay Area artists who have died from AIDS over the past 25 years carries a poignant double message. Former owner and publisher of the San Francisco Sentinel, Morris co-founded two AIDS hospice programs in California. Cruz Luna, died April 29, 1988, at age 50. Dancer and choreographer. Frank Banks, died Jan. 20, 1993, at age 46. Soon after he received more for his portrayal of another famous celebrity, as Florenz Ziegfeld in Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women (1978). Choreographed Noel Coward revue "Champagne in a Cardboard Cup. David Anthony Keith, died Sept. 22, 1988, at age 35. John Ponyman, died Feb. 4, 1984, at age 41. Musical director. Part of the American Conservatory Theater's founding acting company, Shenar appeared in more than 40 plays with ACT in the 1970s, including appearances as Hamlet, Oedipus and in "Tiny Alice. Designer. Actor. Albert Paul Shenar (February 12, 1936 − October 11, 1989) was an American actor. Carl T. Daddio, died Oct. 30, 1994, at age 46. Paul Shenar in 'Raw Deal' Paul Shenar (1936 - 1989) . He was 53 years old. Leland Moss, died Jan. 24, 1990, at age 41. Dancer and choreographer. Publicity Listings A drum major for the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Marching Band, Watson acted in local productions. He portrayed the character John Carrington in Part I`I of the miniseries Roots (1977). The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue. He voiced the evil rat Jenner in the animated feature The Secret of NIMH (1982). Dancer. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Director. Jefé Guimaraes, died Nov. 22, 1993, at age 43. West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA, View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro. Founded and led the men's chorus Chanticleer. Lar Roberson, died June 24, 1995, at age 48. Albert Paul Shenar (February 12, 1936 − October 11, 1989) was an American actor and theatre director, known for portraying the Bolivian drug lord Alejandro Sosa, in Scarface (1983). The first in-house costume designer for "Beach Blanket Babylon," he also designed for Charles Pierce and the San Francisco Opera. Yurii Cachero, died Sept. 25, 1991, at age 40. Tracy Allen Rhoades, died Jan. 13, 1993, at age 31. The author of several plays at Theatre Rhinoceros, Turner was one of the earliest men diagnosed with "gay cancer" in 1982 and was one of the longest-living known people with AIDS by the time of his death. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 3 novembre 2020 à 12:08. It is a testament to the acting style of Paul Shenar that early in his career he was chosen to play two of the largest personalities in show business history. One of the creators of Theatre Rhinoceros' groundbreaking "The AIDS Show," Moss is also best known for his play "Quisbies.". Contents . Dancer and choreographer. After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force. Worked with Sara Shelton Mann, Jess Curtis, Julia McCamy, Kim Epifano and Anah-K Coates. En 1975, il incarne Orson Welles dans La Nuit qui terrifia l'Amérique, puis trois ans plus tard il est Floren Ziegfield dans Ziegfield: The Man and His Women. Dancer, dance teacher and choreographer. Part of the American Conservatory Theater's founding acting company, Shenar appeared in more than 40 plays with ACT in the 1970s, including appearances as Hamlet, Oedipus and in "Tiny Alice.". Taught piano and voice in San Francisco public schools. Directed more than 200 productions for the Marin Opera, West Bay Opera, Oakland Opera, Sacramento Opera and the Lamplighters. Dance teacher and choreographer. Sean O'Neill, died July 2, 1987, at age 29. Performed with Oakland Symphony, San Jose Symphony, Midsummer Mozart Festival and other Bay Area organizations. Voice teacher, singer and conductor. A stage director for Donald Pippen's Pocket Opera, Fleming appeared in productions at the Magic and Eureka Theatres and Theatre Rhinoceros and was a member of the San Francisco and Oakland Symphony choruses. Shenar became involved in theatre at an early age, working in Milwaukee playhouse productions. Music teacher. Né à Milwaukee d'une famille de quatre enfants, Paul Shenar se découvre une passion pour le théâtre. Il est apparu aussi dans des films comme Deadly Force, Le Contrat, Pacte avec un tueur et Le Grand bleu de Luc Besson, qui est son dernier film. Performed principal roles in San Francisco Ballet productions of "Filling Station," "La Fille Mal Gardee," "Romeo and Juliet," "Swan Lake" and "Nutcracker." Performed at the Mint on Market Street. Opera conductor. San Franciscans report robocalls instructing them to... 3 arrested after missing Calif. girl found hiding... Only one newspaper in California endorsed Trump for... For Trump to win, polls will have to be more wrong... What you need to know today about voting in the Bay... Here’s how Calif. has voted in the past 15... 2020 Latest: Biden campaign willing to fight Trump in court, 3 arrested after missing California girl found hiding under trapdoor, Here’s how California has voted in the past 15 presidential elections, Maps show disparity in polling locations between SF and major cities in Texas, Georgia and Arizona, Weary from political strife and a pandemic, some Americans are fleeing the country, Owner of beloved SF Mission creperie dies at 60, How 'Emily in Paris' gets cast iron skillets wrong, Walmart just announced that 'Black Friday' starts Nov. 4. Après sa carrière militaire, Paul Shenar se lance dans une carrière d'acteur, notamment à la télévision comme dans Columbo, Mannix et Kojak. Wrote one of the earliest novels about AIDS, "Facing It: A Novel of AIDS," in 1984. Charles Lee Morris, died Jan. 6, 1986, at age 42. Was one of four brothers. Collaborated with Stephen Pelton. He died from complications of AIDS on October 11, 1989. Concert pianist. Rodney Price, died Aug. 15, 1988, at age 38. He was of Polish, Slovenian, Turkish, Greek and Jewish descent. Dancer. Following his military career he began acting again. Aaron Osborne, died Dec. 13, 1995, at age 48. Peter Kadyk (born Peter Overton), died April 17, 2001, at age 32. Actor. It reminds us of all the light these men and women brought and how much more they had to give when the shadow fell. A veteran Broadway and Shakespearean actor, he was one of the twenty-seven founding members of … Anthony Herschel Perles, died Sept. 22, 1986, at age 50. Producer. Ben Carter, died April 1, 1996, at age 34. Actor. Tenor. Craig Innes, died Oct. 28, 1995, at age 35. Performed with the San Francisco Opera Ballet. And then feature films came calling. », Droit d'auteur : les textes des articles sont disponibles sous, Paul Shenar, died Oct. 11, 1989, at age 53. Actor. David Lungren, died July 30, 1993, at age 46. Shenar gained attention playing larger-than-life entertainment legends in 1970s television films—Orson Welles in The Night That Panicked America(1975) and Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr., in Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women (1978). Il est notamment connu pour avoir incarné le personnage d'Alejandro Sosa dans le film Scarface (1983) de Brian De Palma . Paul Shenar, died Oct. 11, 1989, at age 53. Made his Broadway debut as 'Brother Julian' in the production of "Tiny Alice" circa 1965. Shenar made a splash, portraying Orson Welles in The Night That Panicked America (1975). Scott Champlain, died May 8, 1990, at age 32. Performed as principal dancer or guest artist with Pacific Ballet, San Francisco Opera Ballet, Marin Civic Ballet and the National Ballet of Portugal. Dancer and choreographer. Shenar contracted the AIDS virus and died at the age of 53. Bequeathed his comics collection to the University of Michigan. Il est notamment connu pour avoir incarné le personnage d'Alejandro Sosa dans le film Scarface (1983) de Brian De Palma. Dancer and club owner. Duden performed with a wide variety of local amateur and professional theaters ranging from San Francisco Actors Ensemble and Family Classic Theatre to Berkeley Jewish Theatre and Theatre Rhinoceros. Actor. Paul Shenar, died Oct. 11, 1989, at age 53. C.D. Dans les années 1970, Paul Shenar a entretenu une relation, qui aurait duré cinq ans, avec l'acteur Jeremy Brett,. A founding member, actor, director and teacher of the American Conservatory Theatre (ACT) in San Francisco, he played more than forty roles there, including Hamlet, Oedipus Rex and Brother Julian in Tiny Alice.