John Cullum Anecdote

ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

When John Cullum wanted to audition for On the Twentieth Century, Harold Prince said that he was the most boring actor on Broadway. And Cullum agreed. It’s a great story. I don’t think anybody can doubt Cullum’s status as one of the great singer-actors. However, I feel absolutely neutral about him.

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2 Responses to John Cullum Anecdote

  1. Dawn says:

    I don’t see how you can be neutral about the most brilliant leading man the musical stage ever produced: exciting, captivating, charming, deep, funny and with the best male voice heard since Alfred Drake.

  2. Keleka says:

    I agree with Dawn!
    Have to wonder why Cullum thought himself boring.

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