Joel Grey, Best Supporting Actor 1972: MovieMonday.com

CABARET

(Musical - PG)

Joel Grey won his Supporting Oscar for playing the white-faced M.C. of the Kit Kat Club.


Joel Grey (1932 - )

Born in Ohio, is real name was Joe Katz. Mainly a broadway preformer, Joel Grey won his Supporting Oscar for recreating his Tony winning role in Carbaret for the film version. From then on he proved himself a talented actor in several other films. He is the father of actress Jennifer Grey.

Joel Grey's other films include:

ABOUT FACE
COME SEPTEMBER
MAN ON A SWING
BUFFALO BILL & THE INDIANS
THE SEVEN PER CENT SOLUTION
REMO WILLIAMS...THE ADVENTURE BEGINS
KAFKA
THE PLAYER
THE MUSIC OF CHANCE
THE DANGEROUS
THE FANTASTICKS
MY FRIEND JOE
THE EMPTY MIRROR
REACHING NORMAL
DANCER IN THE DARK

His television credits include:

LITTLE WOMEN
MATLOCK (guest star)
QUEENIE
MARILYN AND ME
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
JUST DESERTS
FURTHER TALES OF THE CITY (TV Mini-Series)
COLUMBO: THE MAN WHO MURDERED HIMSELF
OZ (TV Series)
ON THE EDGE (TV)
LAW AND ORDER, CRIMINAL INTENT (Guest Star: "Cuba Libre," Season 2)

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