Jerry Orbach - Quotes

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Now I take the summer off, relax, and I know that at the end of July we're gonna start another season.

Now I take the summer off, relax, and I know that at the end of July we're gonna start another season.

It's a lot more fun for actors to cry and rant and rave, or have a drug problem or a drinking problem. ---->>>

I like to work fast. ---->>>

'Home Alone' was a movie, not an alibi.

'Home Alone' was a movie, not an alibi.

I think the choice of actors that we have is a little more varied and rich here in New York than in L.A. ---->>>

There's a pace in TV I like. ---->>>

All my life, since I was 16, I've been wondering where that next job was gonna come from. ---->>>

Big feature films are another world.

Big feature films are another world.

I don't like to dwell all day over one scene as you do in a big feature. ---->>>

I used to say when I was working in the theater that if I ever had five seasons of a hit TV show I'd never have to worry about money and wouldn't have to do anything I didn't want to do. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 10-20, 1935
Birthplace: The Bronx, New York City, U.S.
Die: 12-28, 2004
Occupation: Actor
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Jerome Bernard "Jerry" Orbach (October 20, 1935 – December 28, 2004) was an American actor and singer, described at the time of his death as "one of the last bona fide leading men of the Broadway musical and global celebrity on television" and a "versatile stage and film actor". Orbach's professional career began on the New York stage, both on and off-Broadway, where he created roles such as El Gallo in the original off-Broadway run of The Fantasticks (1960) and became the first performer to sing that show's standard "Try To Remember"; Billy Flynn in the original Chicago (1975–1977), and Julian Marsh in the original 42nd Street (1980–1985) (wikipedia)