Russell Nype
Russell Nype
Russell Nype is an American actor and singer. Born in Zion, Illinois, Nype made his Broadway debut in Marc Blitzstein's opera Regina in 1949. The following year he won critical acclaim and both the Tony and Theatre World Awards for his performance opposite Ethel Merman in Call Me Madam. The two were reunited in 1970 when, late in the run of the original production of Hello, Dolly!, Merman joined the show in the title role and Nype was cast as Cornelius Hackl.
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FILM; The Disease: Fatal. The Treatment: Mockery
NYTimes - over 6 years
''WHAT can you say about a 25-year-old girl who died?'' That she was ugly! ''That she was beautiful and brilliant?'' No, that she was ugly! You won't hear those reactions to the infamous opening narration of ''Love Story'' on any DVD commentary track. But later this month, when Harvard undergraduates present the movie in a cherished annual ritual,
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WEDDINGS; Judy Munroe, Russell Nype
NYTimes - over 15 years
Judy Lee Munroe and Russell Lawrence Nype were married on Tuesday by Judge Bruce W. Kauffman of the Federal District Court in Philadelphia, who officiated in his chambers. Judge Kauffman also led a celebration of the wedding yesterday at the Lotos Club in New York. Mrs. Nype is the chief executive of Munroe Creative Partners, a graphic design
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING -- ADDENDA; Quick & Reilly Selects Grey Direct
NYTimes - over 22 years
Quick & Reilly Inc., the discount brokerage firm in New York, has selected Grey Direct in New York to handle its account, which was at Kirshenbaum & Bond in New York for 19 months until that agency resigned earlier this year. Billings were estimated at $7 million. Russell Nype, director of acquisition marketing for Quick & Reilly, confirmed a
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THEATER; Purchase to Hartford: What's Left of the Season
NYTimes - over 24 years
BEYOND the expected breeziness of summer theater fare, much of the remainder of the season offers the state's theatergoers the contrast of darkness and a measure of substance. Take "Laughing Wild" at Theater Works in Hartford. "Amid severest woe" is the rest of a line from Samuel Beckett who, in turn, took the words from Thomas Gray where "moody
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THE LIVELY ARTSTHEATER REVIEW; FAMILY PORTRAIT PAINTED WITH FLAIR
NYTimes - about 30 years
''PAINT us? Paint us?'' Fanny Church shrieks at her artist daughter, Margaret. ''Open your eyes and see us as we really are!'' So, as Margaret begins a portrait of her parents in Tina Howe's tender family drama ''Painting Churches,'' now being presented by the Long Island Stage in Rockville Centre, she struggles to see not idealized parents but the
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'THE STUFF,' A HORROR SPOOF
NYTimes - over 31 years
IT takes a little while to see how ''The Stuff'' is going to tackle the business of selling the public junk food that may be lethal. This horror film spoof, written and directed by Larry Cohen and opening today at Loews Astor Plaza and other theaters, plays it as comedy, such straight comedy that at moments it is in danger of becoming tendentiously
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STAGE: 'TALLULAH,' REVUE
NYTimes - over 33 years
-comedy performers like Helen Gallagher anymore. Now in the fourth decade of her career, this song-and- dance woman can still belt out a number with the brash, unmiked clout that has all but vanished since the heyday of Ethel Merman. But if Miss Gallagher is a rarity these days, so are new musicals suitable to her robust professionalism. She must
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IT'S A BUSY SEASON ON THE SUMMER-THEATER CIRCUIT
NYTimes - over 35 years
IT is getting chilly on the Hampton beaches early in the morning; it is cool in the Berkshires late at night. The summer is waning, although some of its entertainments are still intact. One of them is summer theater, which this season is rich, as always, in comedies, musicals and classics, and short, as always, in straight plays, especially somber
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PLAY: 'LIGHT UP THE SKY' IN LONG ISLAND REVIVAL
NYTimes - over 35 years
EAST HAMPTON, L.I. MOSS HART'S ''Light Up the Sky'' is imbued with a healthy cynicism about the inanities of the Broadway theater. In revival at the John Drew Theater, 32 years after it first entertained New York audiences, this summer theater perennial retains its impertinence. The cast of conniving Broadway characters is still recognizable and
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On the Isle; CAN YOU CANOE?
NYTimes - over 35 years
This is the week when telling someone to go paddle his canoe may be quite the thing to do - if he, or she, likes to wield a competitive paddle, that is. Today from 9:30 A.M. to 3 P.M., the seventh annual Freeport Great Canoe Races will be held. The ideal vantage points for landlubbers will be from the foot of Woodcleft Avenue or Waterfront Park at
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R.L. NYPE FIANCE OF MARTHA FOLEY
NYTimes - over 35 years
Mrs. David Carey MacNichol of Cumberland, Me., and Frederick Joseph Foley Jr. of Cape Elizabeth, Me., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Martha Elizabeth Foley, to Russell Lawrence Nype, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nype of New York. The wedding is planned for September 12 in Falmouth, Me. Miss Foley, the assistant health and beauty
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    TWENTIES
  • 1949
    Age 24
    Born in Zion, Illinois, Nype made his Broadway debut in Marc Blitzstein's opera Regina in 1949.
    More Details Hide Details The following year he won critical acclaim and both the Tony and Theatre World Awards for his performance opposite Ethel Merman in Call Me Madam. The two were reunited in 1970 when, late in the run of the original production of Hello, Dolly! Merman joined the show in the title role and Nype was cast as Cornelius Hackl. He also appeared in revivals of Carousel, Brigadoon, and Morning's at Seven, and opposite Elaine Stritch in the short-lived musical Goldilocks, for which he won his second Tony. Nype's feature film credits include Love Story and Can't Stop the Music. On television he appeared in Studio One, Fantasy Island, One Day at a Time, The Cosby Show, Murder, She Wrote, Who's the Boss?, and productions of One Touch of Venus, Kiss Me, Kate and Morning's at Seven. Nype currently lives in New York City.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1924
    Born
    Born on April 26, 1924.
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