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Clyde Alves

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Nom de naissance Clyde Alves
Nationalité Canada

Clyde Alves is a Canadian dancer, actor and singer. Alves appeared on Broadway in The Music Man in the Susan Stroman revival (2000) as Tommy Djilas, winning the Fred Astaire Award for Best Male Dancer. He repeated his role in the ABC television special of The Music Man which aired in 2003.

He has also appeared on Broadway in Wicked, Hairspray, Oklahoma! as Jess (2002) and as Mike in the 2008-09 tour of A Chorus Line. Alves also appeared in the Off-Broadway musical Boobs! The Musical and Altar Boyz as Juan. Alves was in the Tony winning revival of Anything Goes with Sutton Foster and Joel Grey. Currently, he is in the 2014 Broadway revival of On The Town. He is married to Robyn Hurder.

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Filmographie de Clyde Alves (1 films)

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The Music Man, 2h30
Réalisé par Jeff Bleckner
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Comédie, Musical, Romance
Thèmes La musique, Musique, Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre, Adaptation d'une comédie musicale
Acteurs Matthew Broderick, Kristin Chenoweth, Debra Monk, Cameron Monaghan, Clyde Alves, David Aaron Baker
Rôle Tommy Djilas
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Professor Harold Hill (Matthew Broderick), a confidence artist who makes a living by selling instruments and uniforms to aspiring musicians he fails to teach once they are delivered, sets his sights on the naive citizens of River City, Iowa as his latest targets. Hill is sitting on a train in the first scene, playing cards while listening to the passengers on the train talk about him and his cons (Rock Island). Before getting off at River City, an anvil salesman named Charlie realizes who Hill is, but fails to catch him when he gets off the train. Charlie yells out the window of the train "I won't forget your face, Hill!" before the train travels on, while Hill is stepping on to the fresh soil of Iowa.