VICTOR GARBER (Ken Taylor) has been seen in some of the most memorable film,
television and theatre projects of the past four decades. He has shared in two
Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award nominations for Outstanding Motion Picture
Cast, the latest for Gus Van Sant's award-winning biopic "Milk," in which he
portrayed San Francisco Mayor George Moscone. The cast of "Milk" also won a
Critics' Choice Award for Best Acting Ensemble. Garber was previously nominated
for a SAG Award as a
member of the cast of James Cameron's Oscar -winning blockbuster "Titanic." His
additional film credits include "Kung Fu Panda 2," "You Again," "Legally
Blonde," "The First Wives Club," "Sleepless in Seattle," "Life with Mikey," and
the screen adaptation of the musical "Godspell."
A six-time Emmy nominee, Garber received three of his Emmy nods for his role on
the hit ABC drama "Alias," in which he starred opposite Jennifer Garner. He has
also earned Emmy nominations for his portrayal of Sid Luft in the telefilm "Life
with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows," and his guest roles on the comedy series
"Frasier" and "Will & Grace." In addition, Garber starred on the series "Web
Therapy," "Eli Stone" and "Justice," and has guest starred on numerous shows,
most recently including "Damages," "30 Rock," "The Big C," "Glee" and "Nurse
Jackie." He has also starred in such longform projects as "The Last Templar,"
"Meredith Willson's The Music Man," "Call Me Claus," "Laughter on the 23rd
Floor," "Annie," "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella," "Dieppe" and "The First
Circle," to name only a few.
Garber is also an accomplished stage actor, whose extensive credits encompass
lead roles in both plays and musicals. He has earned four Tony Award
nominations, for his work in "Damn Yankees," "Lend Me a Tenor," "Little Me" and
"Deathtrap." He also starred in the Tony Award-winning play "Art" and the
original Broadway productions of "Arcadia," "The Devil's Disciple," "Noises Off"
and Stephen Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street," and
performed in the workshops of Sondheim's "Wise Guys," as well as "Assassins." He
has since garnered rave reviews in Sondheim's "Follies," for City Center
Encores, and "Present Laughter," directed by Nicholas Martin at the Huntington
Theatre. The latter moved to Broadway in January 2010, with Garber reprising his
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