Stephen Caffrey
American actor
Stephen Caffrey
Not to be mistaken with Stephen Caffrey, an Irish footballer. Stephen Edwin Caffrey is an American television, film and stage actor. He is the fifth of seven children born to an Irish-American family in Cleveland. His year of birth has been mistakenly cited as 1961, but he is two years older. At the age of 17 he and his family permanently settled in Chicago, Illinois.
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The Life of Galileo Begins Dawn of New Age for Cleveland Play House - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
A cast of 22 features renowned guest artist Paul Whitworth portraying Galileo Galilei; additional guest artists include Sheldon Best, Stephen Caffrey, Philip Goodwin, Alex Hernandez and Myra Lucretia Taylor. The cast also features some of the finest
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THEATER; For One Night, the Dreams Are Back
NYTimes - over 15 years
THE all-star concert performance of Michael Bennett's landmark ''Dreamgirls,'' scheduled tomorrow evening at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts, did not come about in any of the usual ways. It was not the result of a producers' meeting or an informal reading or a suggestion from one of the show's creators. No, it all began with a single
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THEATER REVIEW; How Base Instincts Can Corrupt Noble Intentions
NYTimes - almost 17 years
As a conceit for a drama, an architectural derby to design the first monument on the moon carries a pleasant-to-ponder and satiric set of metaphorical implications: the attempt to give shape and substance to dreams, perhaps, or the desire to stake a claim in the universe of ideas -- grand human urges rendered tacky by the element of competition.
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New Date, A Dentist And Yada Yada Yada
NYTimes - almost 20 years
''Frasier'' and ''Third Rock From the Sun'' come mighty close at times, but ''Seinfeld'' remains the most inventive, utterly delicious sitcom on network prime time. The NBC series about four quintessential New Yorkers has had an occasional dry stretch, but then, taking a deep comedic breath, it goes on a roll of what have come to be known as
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A 90's Kind of Predator, Via Robin Cook
NYTimes - almost 22 years
The plot of the average television movie is rarely demanding, but occasionally one surfaces that is so harebrained it commands a kind of perverse attention. How inane can a story get? Try watching "Robin Cook's 'Virus,' " tonight's NBC World Premiere Movie. Viruses are now up there with nuclear weapons when it comes to nightmares and fantasies of
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SUNDAY VIEW; The Caribbean Flavors a Homeric 'Odyssey'
NYTimes - over 22 years
DEREK WALCOTT, THE POET and 1992 Nobel laureate for literature, has always been bewitched by theater. This much is clear in "The Odyssey," his new, lusty, Caribbean-flavored stage adaptation of the Homeric epic, now at the Fichandler Theater at the Arena Stage in Washington. It's also clear that when you have a text as vividly descriptive as Mr.
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THEATER REVIEW; Magnifying Metaphors in a Work Rich in Them
NYTimes - over 22 years
"Let me tell you about metaphor," a 17th-century witch says to the child of an adulterous liaison in Phyllis Nagy's perversely breezy adaptation of "The Scarlet Letter" at the Classic Stage Company. The instructions probably aren't necessary, since the witch is talking to a living metaphor. The little girl, Pearl, is played by an indisputably adult
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CONNECTICUT GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: WORLD CUP SOCCER WORLD CUP SOCCER Today's 4 P.M. soccer match at the Yale Bowl between the United States national team and the Partizan team from Yugoslavia will give fans an opportunity to preview the all-star American squad before it competes in the World Cup Tournament in Italy beginning on June 8. For the first time in 40 years, the
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Review/Theater; The Ties Binding a Man to His Money
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: For Harpagon, the title character in ''The Miser,'' greed is not only good but it is also essential for his well-being. In Mark Lamos's production of the play at Hartford Stage, Gerry Bamman makes it self-evident that the miser is as obsessive as he is egomaniacal, and, in so doing, the actor carries comedy to diabolical lengths. For
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THEATER; Hartford Director Makes Screen Debut
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: ALMOST a year after accepting a special Tony Award for the Hartford Stage Company as outstanding regional theater, Mark Lamos is in the spotlight once more, celebrating 10 years as the theater's artistic director and making his screen debut as an actor. ALMOST a year after accepting a special Tony Award for the Hartford Stage Company as
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Review/Film; Manhattan's Privileged and the Plague of AIDS
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: Possibly because it is the first mainstream American film about AIDS, ''Longtime Companion'' is a lot gentler and even more upbeat than it need be. It is instructional, mannerly and, with the exception of a couple of scenes and performances, insipid. It's as if it didn't want to offend people who don't want to think about the plague (but who
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STAGE: 'THE FOX,' AN ADAPTION OF LAWRENCE TALE
NYTimes - about 30 years
D.H. LAWRENCE was a hunter of symbols, and his story ''The Fox'' exhibits a prize specimen. In Allen Miller's intelligent adaptation now at the Westbeth Theater, the title applies both to the animal that has been raiding the henhouse and the soldier who enters through the front door. The farm is run, not very well, by two 30-year-old women who have
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    FORTIES
  • 2004
    Age 44
    In 2004 he appeared as Torvald in a production of A Doll's House and in David Mamet's play Oleanna two years later.
    More Details Hide Details He has performed regularly at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1961
    Age 1
    His year of birth has been mistakenly cited as 1961, but he is two years older.
    More Details Hide Details At the age of 17 he and his family permanently settled in Chicago, Illinois. Pursuing acting after graduation, he and a close knit group of acting friends founded the Immediate Theatre in Chicago. He has appeared on such TV series as CSI: Miami, Touched by an Angel, Judging Amy, Providence, Profiler, The Practice, Seinfeld, Chicago Hope, Murder, She Wrote, Columbo, Diagnosis Murder. His longest stints, for which he is best-known are as Lt. Myron Goldman on CBS's drama about the Vietnam War, Tour of Duty, co-starring with Terence Knox, Kim Delaney, and Tony Becker, and as Andrew Preston Cortlandt on ABC's All My Children. He appeared in such films as the AIDS drama Longtime Companion (1990), The Babe (1992; starring John Goodman), Buried Alive II (1997; starring Ally Sheedy) and Blowback (2000; with Mario Van Peebles).
  • 1959
    Born
    Born on September 27, 1959.
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