Vivian Blaine

Stage & Film

Performance

Hello, Dolly!
North Shore Music Theatre Production (1985)
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  • Dolly Gallagher Levi
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Zorba
Broadway Revival (1983)
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  • Madame Hortense (replacement)
Follies
Stock Tour (1973)
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  • Phyllis Rogers Stone
Company
Stock Tour (1972)
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  • Joanne
Company
Original Broadway Production (1970)
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  • Joanne (replacement)
Company
National Tour (1971)
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  • Joanne (replacement)
Company
Original Broadway Production (1970)
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  • Joanne (replacement)
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Zorbá
Bus and Truck Tour (1970)
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  • Hortense
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Take Me Along
Kenley Players Production (1968)
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  • Lily Miller
Guys and Dolls
City Center Revival (1966)
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  • Miss Adelaide
Guys and Dolls
Paper Mill Playhouse Production (1965)
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  • Miss Adelaide
Guys and Dolls
Regional Revival (1965)
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  • Miss Adelaide
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1963 Tony Awards
New York Production (1963)
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  • Presenter
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Say, Darling
Original Broadway Production (1958)
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  • Irene Lovelle
Guys and Dolls
Film Version (1955)
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  • Miss Adelaide
Guys and Dolls
London Production (1953)
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  • Miss Adelaide
Guys and Dolls
Original Broadway Production (1950)
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  • Miss Adelaide

Commercial Audio

Performance

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Pal Joey
Studio Cast (1963)
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  • Cast
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Annie Get Your Gun
Studio Cast (1963)
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  • Cast
Say, Darling
Original Broadway Cast (1958)
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  • Cast
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Guys and Dolls
Soundtrack (1955)
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  • Miss Adelaide
Guys and Dolls
Original Broadway Cast (1950)
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  • Cast
More audio recordings

Commercial Video

Performance

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Guys and Dolls
Home Video (1955)
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  • Miss Adelaide

Other Names

  • Vivian Stapleton (birth name)

Marriage & Family

Spouses/Partners

  • Stuart Clark (Husband)
    1974 - 1995; her death

Family

  • No family listed.

Notes

in addition to her many musical-theatre credits, Vivian Blaine appeared on Broadway in two nonmusicals. She replaced Shelley Winters in the role of Celia Pope in the original production of Michael V. Gazzo's A Hatful of Rain, appearing opposite Steve McQueen (billed as Stephen McQueen), who had replaced Ben Gazzara as Johnny Pope. After the Broadway production, she played the role on tour opposite Gazzara. In 1962, she created the role of Angela in Joseph Stein's hit comedy Enter Laughing. 

She also appeared in nonmusicals outside New York, including a tour as Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire for the Kenley Circuit, opposite John Ericson as Stanley Kowalski, and a national tour in Woody Allen's Don't Drink the Water.

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