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VEANNE COX  Francine

Most recently seen in "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," "New Amsterdam," "Tommy," "Bull," "Bluff City Law," "NCIS New Orleans;" and two web series: "Indoor Boys" and "Cady Did." Broadway: An American in Paris, La Cage Aux Folles, A Free Man of ColorCaroline or Change, The Dinner Party, Company, and Smile. She has worked extensively Off-Broadway and Regionally and is an Afilliated Artist at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC. She has received a Special Drama Desk Award and Nominations, an Obie Award for Sustained Excellence, Tony, Helen Hayes, Lucille Lortel, Drama League, Ovation, and Indie Series Award Nominations. Other film/TV includes Erin Brockovich, You've Got Mail, Marci X, Big

Eden, Beethoven's 4th, "Odd Mom Out," "Smash," "Pan Am," "Louie," "Two Broke Girls," "Law and Orders," "Seinfeld," and "Cinderella."


Jesse Manocherian delights in returning to Marry Harry, having created a Voice in the York Theatre Co. production. Other favorite credits include: Cabaret, Parade, A New Brain (NYIT Nomination), Marry Harry, Marry Me a Little, ...Charlie Brown, Insomnia, The Hidden Sky, Seussical, The Baker’s Wife, Opa!, Falsettos, The Wild Party. Readings, workshops, and

concerts with the York, Yale Rep, The Director’s Co., the New York Theatre Barn, the Cell Theatre, and the ADL, among others. Proud member of Actor’s Equity and graduate of Northwestern University, founding member of the Brass Tacks Theatre Collective, and

represented by SW Artists.

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TONY MELSON  Village Voice

Tony's acting career began in Portland, Oregon at the tender age of 7 when he was cast in the children's video Wee Sing Together.  After that auspicious beginning he attended the Jefferson High School for Performing Arts. and earned a theatre degree from Yale University then quickly made his way to NYC to chase his dreams of being a working actor. The pursuit of this dream has led him to performing in some amazing projects and Marry Harry is no exception and is beyond thankful for having had this opportunity.  You never know where a dream will lead you! Follow me on Instagram @tonymelson. IT’s TONY TIME! Nam Myoho Renge Kyo!


Diane Phelan is an actor, director and activist based in New York City. Broadway/NewYork: School of Rock (Winter Garden), The King & I (Lincoln Center), Here Lies Love (The Public), Bernada Alba (Lincoln Center), On This Side of the World (Prospect Theatre). Other Favorites: West Side Story (Maria, 50th Anniversary Tour), Oklahoma (Laurey, BTG) Pirates of Penzance (Mabel, CRT) Carousel (Julie Jordan, NAAP).  Diane dedicates this to any POC

who dreams of seeing a face like their own on a movie poster. Founder of Broadway Diversity Project and the #RacismIsAVirus campaign. 2018 SDCF Observership Class.  For more visit  Instagram: @RacismIsAVirus + @Dianicaphelan

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Paul is delighted to be a part of this phenomenal Marry Harry cast!  Broadway:  A Bronx Tale: The Musical. Off-Broadway: Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding. TV: “Ray Donovan” (Showtime), “Iron Fist” (Netflix). Regional: A Bronx Tale: The Musical (Paper Mill Playhouse). Favorite roles include Chicago (Billy Flynn), Sweeney Todd (Sweeney), A Little Night Music (Carl Magnus), The Fantasticks (El Gallo), The Producers (Max Bialystock), Taming of the

Shrew (Petruchio).


David Spadora is an actor-musician, film editor and creative director based in New York City. Between originating his role in the critically-acclaimed productions of “America Is Hard To See” in both NYC and the UK, and touring France in a Corsican band, he pursues collaboration and developing new works with artists across all disciplines. Most recently, Rio Uphill (ASCAP/York) workshop with Stephen Schwartz. NY Theatre: Marry Harry (York), Mirror Mirror (w/ Alice Ripley), ValueVille (NYMF). Music: Diana Saliceti, music by DARK. Select TV/Film: “The Americans,” “SVU,” “Unforgettable,” “The Wonder Pets,” Big Demon Promise, MidnightersUpcoming: February., @davidspadora

KIM STEELE Village Voice

Broadway: HadestownSummerMy Fair Lady (Lincoln Center). Off-Broadway: Only HumanJerry Springer: The Opera. National Tour: Motown (u/s Diana Ross). Select regional: Hair (Hollywood Bowl), Carrie (Los Angeles Theatre). Proud UCLA alum. Follow along @therealkimsteele