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Jerry Zaks

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Jerry Zaks

Born

9/7/1946, Stuttgart, Germany

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Male

Also Known As

Jerry Zacks, Jerry Saks
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    • Zaks has won Broadway's Tony Award four times: in 1986, as Best Director (Play) for "The House of Blue Leaves;" in 1989, as Best Director (Play) for "Lend Me a Tenor;" in 1991, as Best Director (Play), for "Six Degrees of Separation;" and in 1992, as Best Director (Musical), for a revival of "Guys and Dolls." He was also Tony-nominated three other times: in 1988, as Best Director (Musical), for a revival of "Anything Goes;" in 1995, as Best Director (Musical) for "Smokey Joe's Cafe;" and in 1996, as Best Director (Musical), for a revival of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum."

    • Awarded a Tony in 1986 for his direction in "The House of Blue Leaves."

    • The child of Holocaust/concentration-camp survivors, Jerry is now one of the most successful, respected comedy directors in Broadway history.

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