Emilio Delgado

Emilio Delgado previously appeared in the Huntington's production of Quixote Nuevo (2019). Broadway: Two Gentlemen of Verona. Off Broadway: Retrospective: Georgia O’Keefe (Manhattan Theatre Source); Night Over Taos (Theater for a New City). Regional: Quixote Nuevo (Cal Shakes); Hamlet: Prince of Cuba (Asolo Repertory Theatre); How the García Girls Lost their Accents (Round House Theatre); A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings (The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey). Film: iGilbert (2020), Luz Marina, A Case of You, Montauk, Peeples, Elmo in Grouchland, Follow that Bird, I Will Fight No More Forever. Television: “The Bravest Knight,” “The Get Down,” “House of Cards,” “Sesame Street” (1971-2015), “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” “Michael J. Fox Show,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: CI,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Lou Grant,” “Quincy.” Education: California Institute of the Arts, 1971; Misner Technique, New York. Other: Guest singer with Pink Martini at Carnegie Hall, Hollywood Bowl, New York Town Hall, Montreal, and recorded the song “Sing” with band. Emilio was honored by New York Mayor Bill de Blasio for his more than five decades of artistic achievements and proclaimed October 15, 2019 as “Emilio Delgado Day!”

(As of October 2019)

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