LEN CARIOU (Ray)
is a two-time Tony Award-nominee for Best Actor in the Broadway musicals Applause
and A Little Night Music. He also won the Drama Desk and Tony Awards
for Best Actor with his lead role in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet
Street, co-starring Angela Lansbury.
His film work has earned him a Genie
Award for Best Actor for his role in One Man. Other feature films include
Thirteen Days, Executive Decision, A Little Night Music with Elizabeth
Taylor, The Four Seasons, Getting In, Lady In White and Never
Talk To Strangers.
He has had numerous starring roles in
movies for television and is especially proud of his work as an Alzheimer's
victim in There Were Times Dear for PBS, which helped raise millions of
dollars for Alzheimer's research and education.
Mr. Cariou has served as the Associate
Director of the Guthrie Theater where he was noted for his productions of The
Crucible and Of Mice and Men. He was Artistic Director of his
"home" theater, the Manitoba Theater Center for one season and is an
Honorary Lifetime Member of that company. He also directed James Whitmore in an
award-winning production of Death of a Salesman at Canada's Citadel
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