Name: John Rubinstein
Profession: TV Actor
Gender: Male
Height: 173 cm
Age: 76
Birth Place: Los Angeles - California
Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius

John Rubinstein

John Rubinstein is a TV Actor, and he was born on 8 December - 1946(76 years old) in California. John Rubinstein zodiac sign is Sagittarius. More detailed information about John Rubinstein given below.

About John Rubinstein

Actor best known for his appearances as Principal Hobson on Desperate Housewives and Dr. Charles Taylor on The Young and the Restless on television.

John Rubinstein before fame

He made his Broadway debut in the musical Pippin, directed by Bob Fosse, as the lead character.

Achievement of John Rubinstein

He also appeared in RoboCop, Matlock, The Practice, and Angel in recurring roles.

Salary 2020

Not known

Net Worth 2020


John Rubinstein family life

He has five children, including actor Michael Weston, who he married three times.

Associations of John Rubinstein

He starred alongside Sean Penn in the film 21 Grams.

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John Rubinstein Timeline

  • 1972

    He made his Broadway acting debut in 1972 and received a Theatre World Award for creating the title role in the musical Pippin, directed by Bob Fosse. In 1980 he won the Tony, Drama Desk, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, and Drama-Logue Awards for his portrayal of James Leeds in Mark Medoffu0027s Children of a Lesser God, directed by Gordon Davidson.

  • 1985

    In 1985 he starred in Merrily We Roll Along at the La Jolla Playhouse, in a version newly re-written by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth, directed by James Lapine. He was the original Andrew Ladd III in A. R. Gurneyu0027s Love Letters at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, opened the play in New York off-Broadway, and later performed it on Broadway, in San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and on the QE II. He created the role of Molina in Kiss Of The Spider Woman, and the role of Kenneth Hoyle in Jon Robin Baitzu0027s Three Hotels. In 1997, he played Tateh in the American premiere run of the musical Ragtime, by Terrence McNally, Stephen Flaherty, and Lynn Ahrens, at the Shubert Theater, Los Angeles, receiving both an L.A. Drama Critics Circle nomination and a Drama-Logue Award as Best Actor in a Musical, and continued in the show both in Vancouver and on Broadway. He appeared opposite Donald Sutherland in u00c9ric-Emmanuel Schmittu0027s Enigmatic Variations at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto, and at the Savoy Theatre in Londonu0027s West End. He played the Wizard of Oz in Wicked at the Pantages Theatre for 18 months; and co-starred in the world premiere of the musical version of the film Grumpy Old Men at the Manitoba Theatre Centre.

  • 1987

    In 1987, he made his off-Broadway debut at the Roundabout Theater as Guildenstern in Tom Stoppardu0027s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, with Stephen Lang and John Wood, and subsequently performed in Urban Blight and Cabaret Verboten. In 2005, he received the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Lead Actor in a Play, as well as nominations for both the Outer Criticsu0027 and Drama League Awards, for his portrayal of George Simon in Elmer Riceu0027s Counsellor at Law.In 1987, Rubinstein made his directorial debut at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, staging Aphra Behnu0027s The Rover, with Christopher Reeve and Kate Burton; the following season he directed the first American-cast production of Christopher Hamptonu0027s Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Off-Broadway, he directed the New York premieres of Phantasie (by Sybille Pearson) and Nightingale (by Elizabeth Diggs), and the world premiere of A. R. Gurneyu0027s The Old Boy. At the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts, he staged Wait Until Dark. For NYU, he directed productions of The Three Sisters and Macbeth; for UCLA, Company; and for USC, Brigadoon, Into the Woods, On The Town, City of Angels, The Most Happy Fella, and Grand Hotel.

  • 1990

    In Los Angeles, at Interact Theatre Company, of which he has been a member since 1992, he co-directed and starred in the revival of Elmer Riceu0027s Counsellor at Law, winning the Dramalogue and L.A. Drama Critics Circle awards in both categories, as well as Ovation Awards for Ensemble Acting and Sound Design; the production itself won 22 awards; he also directed and acted in Sondheim and Lapineu0027s Into the Woods and A Little Night Music, and in Meredith Willsonu0027s The Music Man. He also directed Sheridanu0027s The Rivals and Frank Loesseru0027s Guys and Dolls. For television, he directed A Matter Of Conscience, which won the Emmy Award for Best Childrenu0027s Special in 1990. He currently teaches a course in musical theater audition techniques at the University of Southern California, and directs their spring musicals.

  • 2011

    In 2011, he provided commentary for the online broadcasting of the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition, a classical music competition held in Moscow, Russia. Twice, in 2013 and 2015, Rubinstein appeared in a performance of The Defiant Requiem at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center.

  • 2014

    Other Broadway appearances were in Neil Simonu0027s Fools, directed by Mike Nichols, and Herman Wouku0027s The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, which earned him a Drama Desk nomination; he replaced William Hurt as Eddie in David Rabeu0027s Hurlyburly, replaced David Dukes in David Henry Hwangu0027s M. Butterfly, and starred in Getting Away with Murder, by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth, directed by Jack Ou0027Brien, and Ragtime, by Terrence McNally, Stephen Flaherty, and Lynn Ahrens. In 2014, he joined the Broadway cast of the hit revival of Pippin, directed by Diane Paulus, this time playing Pippinu0027s father, Charlemagne; and subsequently repeated that role on the national tour throughout the United States and Japan in 2014-15.

  • 2016

    In 2016, it was announced that he would join fellow Tony-winner Christian Borle in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as Grandpa Joe, directed by Jack Ou0027Brien.

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John Rubinstein was born on 8 December, 1946.

John Rubinstein is from Los Angeles - California.

John Rubinstein is 76 year old.

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