Delores Hall

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Delores Hall is an American stage and television actress who made her Broadway debut as a replacement in the ensemble of Hair.

Musical theatre career[edit]

Starting in 1968 and through at least the summer of 1969 she was an original member of the Los Angeles production of Hair. Wearing signature pigtails she opened the show, singing "Age of Aquarius".

She played "Bread" in the 1972 musical Dude and performed in the original musical revues Inner City, The Night That Made America Famous and Your Arms Too Short to Box with God, for which she won a Tony Award.[1] Her debut LP was released in 1973 by RCA Records titled "Hall-Mark" produced by Billy Jackson. She went on to star as "Jewel" in the original New York production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.[2]

Film[edit]

She played a female cop named Delores in the 1992 movie Lethal Weapon 3.

Television[edit]

On television she was a regular on the first two seasons of Diagnosis: Murder, playing the character of Delores Mitchell.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1977 Tony Award Winners". Retrieved 09-03-2011. 
  2. ^ "Biography - Delores Hall". American Theater Wing. Retrieved 09-03-2011. 

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