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  2. Nathan Lane - IMDb

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    Nathan Lane is an American actor and singer from New Jersey who is known for playing Timon from The Lion King, Spot Helperman/Scott Leadready II from Teacher's Pet, Max Bialystock from The Producers, Snowball from Stuart Little, Hamegg from Astro Boy and Ernie Smuntz from Mouse Hunt. He is married to his husband Devlin Elliott since 2015.

  3. Nathan Lane - Wikipedia

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    Nathan Lane (born Joseph Lane; February 3, 1956) is an American actor. In a career spanning over 40 years he has been seen on stage and screen in roles both comedic and dramatic. Lane has received numerous awards including three Tony Awards, an Olivier Award, three Emmy Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award and a People's Choice Award.

  4. Nathan Lane - Biography - IMDb

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    Nathan Lane is an American actor and singer from New Jersey who is known for playing Timon from The Lion King, Spot Helperman/Scott Leadready II from Teacher's Pet, Max Bialystock from The Producers, Snowball from Stuart Little, Hamegg from Astro Boy and Ernie Smuntz from Mouse Hunt. He is married to his husband Devlin Elliott since 2015.

  5. Nathan Lane, original name Joseph Lane, (born February 3, 1956, Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S.), American stage, film, and television actor, best known for his work in musical comedies, notably the Broadway production of The Producers. Lane discovered his flair for musical comedy when he appeared in a high-school production of No, No, Nanette, and after graduation he embarked on a career in theatre.

  6. Nathan Lane on screen and stage - Wikipedia

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    Nathan Lane on screen and stage. Add languages. Read. Edit. View history. Lane at the 1998 Primetime Emmy Awards. Nathan Lane is an American actor, comedian and writer known for his performances in film, television and theatre. He is most known for his theatre roles on and off Broadway including his Tony Award winning performances as Pseudolus in the 1996 revival of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1996), as Max Bialystock in the original production of The Producers (2001 ...

  7. 'Pictures From Home' with Nathan Lane 2023: We found tickets

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    For the first time in nearly four years, three-time Tony Award winner Nathan Lane is back on Broadway. All the way up until April 30, the “Lion King” and “Only Murders In The Building Star” will...

  8. Who's Nathan Lane's Husband? Meet Devlin Elliott

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    Actor Nathan Lane — famous for his role as Albert (starring alongside Robin Williams) in The Birdcage, voicing Timon in The Lion King, starring in Broadway musicals like The Producers and Guys and Dolls, as well as appearing in more recent endeavors such as TV series Penny Dreadful: City of Angels and Modern Family — lives a pretty private life with his husband, Devlin Elliott.

  9. Nathan Lane’s 007 Joke Would Actually Be A Perfect (But...

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    Lane is a remarkably versatile performer, and such a movie would give him a chance to get the credit he always deserved. Even if he never slips on Bond's tuxedo, however, Nathan Lane's gag on The Late Show about playing an older, geriatric 007 could actually work. RELATED: Requirements For The Next James Bond Actor Block Several 007 Fancasts

  10. Nathan Lane to Return to Broadway This Winter in ‘Pictures From...

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    Lane, who last appeared on Broadway in 2019, said he had been unfamiliar with Sultan’s work before reading the play, but that he “thought it was a beautiful piece of writing — very funny and very...

  11. The Birdcage (1996) - IMDb

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    The Birdcage: Directed by Mike Nichols. With Robin Williams, Gene Hackman, Nathan Lane, Dianne Wiest. A gay cabaret owner and his drag queen companion agree to put up a false straight front so that their son can introduce them to his fiancée's right-wing moralistic parents.