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Randy Graff

Tony Award Winner

Randy Graff received the Tony and Drama Desk Awards for her role in “City Of
Angels,” as well as an Outer Critics, Drama Desk and Tony Award nomination for her
work in “A Class Act.” She most recently starred opposite Billy Crystal in

“Mr.Saturday Night.”

Ms. Graff has the distinction of creating the role of Fantine in the original Broadway
production of “Les Misérables” for which she received a Helen Hayes Award
nomination. Her work for playwright Neil Simon includes “Laughter On The 23 rd
Floor” on Broadway and “Hotel Suite” for the Roundabout Theater Company.


Other Broadway starring roles include “Falsettos,” “High Society” and sharing the stage
with Carol Burnett in ”Moon Over Buffalo.” She co- starred with Alfred Molina in the
2004 Broadway revival of “Fiddler On The Roof and received a Best Actress Drama
League nomination and Outer Critic’s Circle nomination. Her Off Broadway work
includes Richard Greenberg’s “The Babylon Line” for Lincoln Center (Lucille Lortel
Award for Best Featured Actress and Drama Desk nomination), Paula Vogel’s “The
Long Christmas Ride Home” at the Vineyard Theater (Drama League nomination),
“Motherhood Out Loud” for Primary Stages, “Do Re Mi” starring Nathan Lane for City
Center Encores, “Damn Yankees” with Sean Hayes for Encores Summer Stars, and the
original production of “A…My Name Is Alice” at the Village Gate.


She has performed from coast to coast in regional theaters including Hartford
Stage, McCarter Theater, San Diego’s Old Globe where she portrayed legendary
columnist Ann Landers as “The Lady With All The Answers” (a one woman show)
and at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., where she proudly portrayed the
Countess in “A Little Night Music” for the renowned Sondheim festival in 2002.


Ms. Graff has served on the Musical Theatre faculties at NYU Tisch/New Studio On
Broadway and the Manhattan School of Music where she has taught “Acting Through
Song” and “Audition Techniques.” Ms. Graff holds an honorary doctorate in the
Performing Arts from Wagner College.

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