David Garrison
Actor
David Garrison
David Earl Garrison is an American actor. His primary venue is live theatre, but he may be more widely known for his numerous television roles, particularly that of Steve Rhoades on Married... with Children. Prior to that role, he had also starred with Jason Bateman on the sitcom It's Your Move.
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Stage Door: <i>Dead Poets Society</i>
Huffington Post - 3 months
It's 1959 Eisenhower America, a fancy prep school in New England. The headmaster is smug, the kids range between privileged and awkward -- and authority rules. Then a small miracle happens. English teacher Mr. Keating (a wonderful Jason Sudelkis) arrives, proof that words elevate and ideas can change the world. He reminds the boys to "gather ye rose-buds while ye may," captivating them with the power and passion of poetry. And suddenly, the spark ignites. Dead Poets Society, now off-Broadway at CSC, is a beautifully rendered production, deftly directed with elegance -- and without sentimentality -- by John Doyle. The boys come alive -- and despite their adolescent angst -- discover beauty and depth; which sounds ideal -- if their world wasn't run by pompous, authoritarian figures. Culture and sensibility are anathema to them. And a clash is inevitable. Keating pushes the boys to open their minds and hearts in an era when conformity and anti-intellectualism rule. O ...
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First Nighter: <i>Little Me</i> Big and Christian Borle Even Bigger
Huffington Post - about 3 years
When Little Me opened in November 1962, its major pluses were Sid Caesar, the Carolyn Leigh-Cy Coleman score and the rarely-miss Neil Simon gags. Revived at City Center this weekend in an Encores! staged reading (but with only one cast member relying on a script), the lively musical can still pound its chest over the outstandingly tuneful score and the sterling-silver laugh lines. It can also crow about--in place of Caesar's genius at lovable silliness--what could be called a breakout performance by Christian Borle. It probably shouldn't be called that, though, since Borle has already proved himself in Spamalot and for his Tony-snatching supporting role as Captain Hook in Peter and the Starcatcher. Yet, here he is, easily demonstrating he can carry a show on his broad shoulders. As Caesar before him, he's called on to play six characters, ranging from the blazingly heroic Noble Eggelston to the clumsily near-sighted Fred Poitrine, from the self-absorbed French chanteur Val ...
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More Amazon Warehouse Workers Sue Retailer Over Unpaid Security Waits
Huffington Post - over 3 years
A growing number of Amazon.com warehouse workers are suing the online retail giant and its contractors for requiring them to undergo time-consuming and unpaid security screenings in order to do their jobs. In recent weeks, current and former workers at distribution centers in Kentucky, Tennessee and Washington state have filed four lawsuits claiming Amazon effectively shorted them on pay through warehouse security policies. In their proposed class-action suits, workers say they spent at least 40 minutes a week and often more being screened for stolen goods or contraband -- time for which they were not compensated. The most recent complaint was filed Tuesday in Kentucky. The lawsuits come on the heels of a similar proposed class-action suit filed by Amazon warehouse temporary workers in Nevada, which HuffPost reported on earlier this year. Unlike in the Nevada case, the Seattle-based retailer is named as a defendant in the Kentucky, Tennessee and Washington lawsuits. Collectively, ...
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Mike Ryan: Remember This? Jason Bateman's Big 'Move'
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"Remember This?" is a recurring feature on HuffPost Entertainment, resurrecting pop-cultural artifacts that haven't enjoyed the spotlight for quite some time. Today, Mike Ryan writes about the Jason Bateman sitcom, It's Your Move. If there's a topic you want us to cover, let us know in the comments. First, before even starting, I'm going to openly admit that the following statement is kind of sad: Growing up as an only child (actually, an only grandchild, somehow, which I'm not even sure is possible) who moved around quite a bit due to my father's job, I latched on to television characters in a way that probably wasn't particularly healthy. One in particular was Derek Taylor, Jason Bateman's character on Silver Spoons. So much so that when he left the show, I actually cried. (Give me a break, I was 8.) Luckily, along came It's Your Move. It's not lost on me that to say that "Silver Spoons was never the same after Derek Taylor left the show" is ridiculous hyperbole. (R ...
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Monday’s Highlights: 'Hart Of Dixie' on KTLA
LATimes - almost 5 years
Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 22 - 28 in PDF format TV listings for the week of April 22 - 28 in PDF format are also available here This week's TV Movies “HART OF DIXIE’S” Rachel Bilson and Scott Porter star in a new episode of this fish-out-of-water drama set in the South, at 9 p.m. on KTLA. SERIES How I Met Your Mother: The friends start to notice resemblances between their significant others and their parents. Wayne Brady guest stars in this repeat (8 p.m. CBS). The Voice:  Adam and CeeLo perform with their teams in this new episode (8 p.m. NBC). Gossip Girl: Blair (Leighton Meester) comes up with a plan to keep her status on the Upper East Side from slipping while Lily (Kelly Rutherford) has concerns about her family unity and throws a gathering for William, Carol and Lola (Billy Baldwin, Sheila Kelly, Ella Rae Peck) in this new episode (8 p.m. KTLA). 2 Broke Girls:  Earl (Garrett Morris) suffers a heart attack when he sees Sophie (Jennifer C ...
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David Garrison
My Fox- New York - about 5 years
A new musical that turns a dark thriller into a parody is so popular that two extensions of the show have been sold out. 'Silence' (a parody of 'Silence of the Lambs's) stars <a class="fplink fp-60055" href="/david+garrison">David Garrison</a> as 'Hannibal Lecter.'  The show, playing at the 9th Space Theater is quickly becoming an off-Broadway hit. We'll talk with Garrison about the success of the show on Monday.
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Gospel's prospects called hopeful after Libya moves beyond violent instability - BP News
Google News - over 5 years
&quot;We were denied visas to Libya [more than a decade ago] when we tried to get them, but we were always bumping into Libyans in neighboring countries,&quot; said David Garrison, the International Mission Board&#39;s global strategist who formerly worked in North
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The mirror has two faces — and one ghost - The Villager
Google News - over 5 years
As the queer couple cohabitating on the other side of the paper-thin wall, Robert (David Garrison) and Trey (Dan Butler) give Olive a run for her money when it comes to picking fights. Enter the peacemaker — Richard Masur as Sylvan (father to the co
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BWW TV: OLIVE AND THE BITTER HERBS Celebrates Opening Night! - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
The five-me mber cast features Dan Butler as Trey, David Garrison as Robert, Julie Halston as Wendy, Marcia Jean Kurtz as Olive and Richard Masur as Sylvan. Performances run through Saturday, September 3, 2011 at Primary Stages at 59E59 Theaters (59
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The New Creatives - Chico News & Review
Google News - over 5 years
David Garrison grew up in the theater—he appeared in his first production when he was only 6—and spent most of his youth acting and directing. He even won a 2007 Education Play Elly Award for his direction on Steel Magnolias, which incidentally,
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Co-Op's Old Crank Finds a Fresh Spirit - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
From left, David Garrison, Dan Butler, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Richard Masur and Julie Halston in &quot;Olive and the Bitter Herbs.&quot; By CHARLES ISHERWOOD To live is to kvetch, to kvetch to live, for the cranky title character in “Olive and the Bitter Herbs,” the ...&nbsp;-&nbsp;-
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Garrison Family holds its annual reunion - Today's Sunbeam - NJ.com
Google News - over 5 years
Landon David Garrison at 39-days old was the youngest present and received a $10 gift card to Toys &#39;R Us. Alice Nelson was the eldest at 95 years of age and received a $10 gift card to Walmart. Clyde, Glenn, and John Learn of E. Stroudsburg,
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The Listings
NYTimes - over 5 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and ticket information: nytimes.com/theater. Previews And Openings 'Bluebird' (in previews; opens on Aug. 22) If you haven't got a reservation, you'll have to be industrious or lucky
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The Listings
NYTimes - over 5 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and ticket information: nytimes.com/theater. Previews And Openings 'Bluebird' (previews begin on Tuesday; opens on Aug. 22) If you haven't got a reservation, you'll have to be
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The Listings
NYTimes - over 5 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theater are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and ticket information: nytimes.com/theater. Previews And Openings 'HotelMotel' (previews start on Thursday; opens on Aug. 10) The Amoralists, an actor-driven downtown ensemble that
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Garrison
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2013
    Age 60
    Garrison most recently played Fagin in the Paper Mill Playhouse production of Oliver!, which lasted from November 21 through December 29, 2013.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 2011
    Age 58
    Garrison also starred in Second Stage Theatre's By The Way, Meet Vera Stark by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage co-starring Stephanie J. Block, and Sanaa Lathan which closed June 12, 2011.
    More Details Hide Details He recently starred in Silence! The Musical by Jon and Al Kaplan as Hannibal Lecter, co-starring Jenn Harris.
  • 2009
    Age 56
    Garrison recently starred in a new play, Red Remembers, which played at the Berkshire Theatre Festival in Stockbridge, Massachusetts from September 11 – November 1, 2009.
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    He played his final performance with the production on May 31, 2009 in order to pursue his role in a new play.
    More Details Hide Details He was replaced by Lee Wilkof.
    More recently he played the role in the San Francisco production which officially opened on February 6, 2009.
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    However, he was not interviewed nor present at the 2009 TV Land Award show when the entire cast was honored.
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  • 2008
    Age 55
    Then he starred in the Los Angeles company beginning August 26, 2008 replacing John Rubinstein, until its closure on January 11, 2009.
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  • 2007
    Age 54
    Then he temporarily starred in the Chicago company from September 30 – October 28, 2007 while Peter Kevoian was on medical leave.
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    After 15 months in the role he played his final performance on July 8, 2007 and was replaced by Lenny Wolpe.
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  • 2006
    Age 53
    Later he starred again as the Wizard in the Broadway company from April 4, 2006 replacing Ben Vereen.
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    He finished his year-long run on March 6, 2006 and was replaced by PJ Benjamin.
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  • 2005
    Age 52
    He originated the role of the The Wizard in the original touring company of Wicked when it began on March 8, 2005.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1990
    Age 37
    Garrison enjoyed his years playing Steve Rhoades, but he missed performing in live theater, and asked to be let out of his contract. Despite this, he was a regular on a short-lived NBC sitcom, Working It Out, in 1990 shortly after his exit from Married... with Children.
    More Details Hide Details A going-away present from the producers of Married... with Children was a blown-up police mug shot of himself as Rhoades, with the caption "Gotta sing, gotta dance, gotta fucking starve to death." Nonetheless, Garrison parted on good terms, returning four times in subsequent seasons (and the reunion special) detailing the career Rhoades had pursued since he'd last been seen.
  • 1988
    Age 35
    Garrison also participated in several installments of The $25,000 Pyramid as the celebrity guest in 1988.
    More Details Hide Details David Garrison also appeared in the George Romero film Creepshow, in "The Crate" segment where he plays a college dean.
  • 1987
    Age 34
    That show lasted for only one season, but in 1987, Garrison landed his best-known role, portraying Steve Rhoades, next door neighbor to the Bundy family on the popular sitcom Married... with Children.
    More Details Hide Details He remained with the show for 3½ seasons, until episode 15 of season 4 (Rock and Roll Girl).
  • 1984
    Age 31
    Garrison has also appeared in numerous roles on television. In 1984–85, he starred as Norman Lamb on the sitcom It's Your Move.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1952
    Born
    Born on June 30, 1952.
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