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Leonard, Robert Sean, 1969-

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Personal name headingLeonard, Robert Sean, 1969-
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Variant(s)Leonard, R. S. (Robert Sean), 1969-
Leonard, Robert (Robert Sean), 1969-
Leonard, Robert S. (Robert Sean), 1969-
Leonard, Robert Lawrence, 1969-
Leonard, R. L. (Robert Lawrence), 1969-
Leonard, Robert (Robert Lawrence), 1969-
Leonard, Robert L. (Robert Lawrence), 1969-
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeRidgewood (N.J.) (New York, N.Y.)
Birth date1969-02-28
Place of birthWestwood (N.J.)
Field of activityActing
AffiliationHB Studio
Columbia University
Fordham University
Ridgewood High School (Ridgewood, N.J.)
Profession or occupationActors
Found inMuch ado about nothing, c1993: credits (Robert Sean Leonard)
Leonard Maltin's movie ency., c1994: (Leonard, Robert Sean; b. Feb. 28, 1969, Westwood N.J.)
Wikipedia, viewed July 1, 2022: Robert Sean Leonard (Robert Lawrence Leonard (born February 28, 1969), known by his stage name Robert Sean Leonard, is an American actor. He is best known for playing Dr. James Wilson in the television series House (2004-2012) and Neil Perry in the film Dead Poets Society. Leonard grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey, where he graduated from Ridgewood High School. He studied at Fordham University and later the Columbia University School of General Studies. He studied theater at HB Studio. Because he shares his birth name with another actor, Leonard modified his name for his Screen Actors Guild membership, using "Sean", the name of his brother, as a middle name. Leonard is a three-time Tony Award nominee, and won Best Featured Actor in a Play in 2001 for his role as A. E. Housman in Tom Stoppard's The Invention of Love. He had previously played the role of Valentine in the New York premiere of Stoppard's Arcadia at Lincoln Center in 1995. He was nominated for a Tony in 2003 for his portrayal of Edmund Tyrone in a well-received revival of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night; it co-starred Philip Seymour Hoffman, Brian Dennehy, and Vanessa Redgrave. Leonard has also appeared in Broadway musical productions, in 2001 replacing Craig Bierko as the lead performer in a revival of The Music Man. Leonard co-starred as Paul Verrall in the 2011 Broadway revival of Born Yesterday.)
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