Gary is a versatile theatre, television and film actor, singer, and voice-over specialist with extensive experience and credits. In Los Angeles theatre he starred in the West Coast Premier of Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins and in the West Coast Premier of the long-running hit, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change for which he then went on to join the original company in New York City at the Westside Theatre. He also appeared in A Patriot for Me with Alan Bates and in Hal Prince’s 3HREE, both at the Ahmanson Theatre, in Elizabeth Swados’ The Beautiful Lady with Joanne Worley at the Mark Taper Forum, and won a Dramalogue Award for his work in the West Coast Premier of Personals. Most recently, Gary starred in Building It Together, a benefit for Camelot Artists Productions, directed by Mr. Galligan and choreographed by Ms. Martino. Gary originally became a professional actor by joining the Boston company of Godspell and then went on to join the original New York production. While in New York, Gary also starred in Fight Song, in Sherlock Holmes, and in the Broadway-bound Snoopy! where he originated the role of Charlie Brown.
Gary has guest starred in over 30 television productions and pilots spanning from HBO’s Carnivale, Monk and Buffy the Vampire Slayer to now famous classic episodes of Barney Miller and Taxi. He recurred as Curtis Estabrook on the long-running hit series Falcon Crest, guest starred in many different roles in numerous episodes of Eight Is Enough, as well as The Waltons, One Day At A Time, The Powers of Matthew Starr, How The West Was Won - to name a few. Gary had the extraordinary pleasure of starring opposite two of televisions greats, Lucille Ball in the NBC special Lucy Moves to NBC and Milton Berle in the television pilot Moscow and Vine.
In film, Gary starred opposite another legend, Don Adams in The Return of Maxwell Smart, the only film ever made from the Get Smart series. He has also appeared in such films as The Green Mile with Tom Hanks, in The Wager as “Babayama” the East Indian Guru, as well as in Angel In Training, Lessons of the Assassin, Skyscraper, Rage and I Crave Rock ‘N’ Roll.
As a voice-over specialist, Gary stars in the animated series Spiderman as both Harry Osborn and The Green Goblin, and in the Don Bluth animated film, Thumbelina as the lead voice of Prince Cornelius and sings the film’s love theme “Let Me Be Your Wings” written and produced by Barry Manilow. He is also the singing voice of Timon in the Disney animated series, The Lion King.
As a singer in addition to his Broadway and musical theatre experience, Gary has recently performed to sold-out audience at Masquers in Los Angeles and debuted his full-length Cabaret act at Feinstein’s at the Cinegrill, a part of the renowned Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
Gary has years of experience as a preeminent acting teacher and coach at the Beverly Hills Playhouse where he also created the unique Musical Theatre Workshop to expand the Playhouse’s acting approach to include Musical Theatre, Cabaret, pop music,opera . . . really anything musical. He is a long-time student of Milton Katselas in his Master Class at the Playhouse.
Currently Gary is co-writing two feature films, which he will direct in 2007. Scottish Dreams is slated to shoot in the spring and Wildflower in which he will also act will shoot in the fall.
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|Spider-Man: Season 5||Sep 12, 1997||Harry Osborn||10|
|Spider-Man: Season 4||Feb 1, 1997||Harry Osborn||10|
|Spider-Man: Season 3||Apr 27, 1996||Harry Osborn||10|
|Spider-Man: Season 2||Sep 9, 1995||Harry Osborn||10|
|Spider-Man: Season 1||Nov 19, 1994||Harry Osborn||8.3|
|Falcon Crest: Season 5||Oct 4, 1985||Curtis Estabrook||5.0|