Frank Langella
Biographical Information
Born January 1st, 1938
Bayonne, New Jersey, United States
Productions A Christmas Carol as Ebenezer Scrooge
Vocal Type Baritone

Frank Langella is an American actor.


Born in Bayonne, New Jersey, Langella studied at Syracuse University and appeared in a number of off-Broadway plays before appearing in such films as Twelve Chairs and Diary of a Mad Housewife. He gained early success for the role of Dracula both on Broadway and onscreen, and earned several Tony Awards for Seascape, Fortune's Fool and Frost/Nixon.

Throughout his career, he frequently juggled roles both on screen and stage. Langella also appeared as the villainous Skeletor in Masters of the Universe, and reprised his role as President Richard Nixon for the film adaptation, which earned him an Academy Award nomination.



Langella appeared in the 2000 annual production of A Christmas Carol playing the leading role of Ebenezer Scrooge.

A Christmas Carol (2000)Edit

  • Jolly, Rich and Fat (Jolly Good Time)(contains solo lines)
  • Nothing to Do With Me (contains solo lines)
  • A Place Called Home (contains solo lines)
  • Mr. Fezziwig's Annual Christmas Ball (contains solo lines)
  • Dancing on Your Grave (contains solo lines)
  • Yesterday, Tomorrow and Today (solo)
  • Nothing to Do With Me (reprise)
  • Christmas Together (reprise)
  • God Bless Us Everyone

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