Grey will discuss the important role television has played in his career, from his earliest appearances in the 1950's on series with Steve Allen and Eddie Cantor, to his Emmy-nominated turn on CBS's Brooklyn Bridge to more recent performances on Oz, House, and Grey's Anatomy. The evening will feature a video retrospective of the actor's most memorable (and some rarely seen) television work. A private dinner with Mr. Grey will immediately follow the presentation.
Grey won a Tony for the original Broadway production of Cabaret, and an Academy Award for its film version. He was also Tony-nominated for his work in George M!, Goodtime Charley, and The Grand Tour. His additional Broadway credits include Wicked, Chicago, and Half a Sixpence.
Tickets are $35 ($25 for Paley Center Members) and available by calling 866-811-4111 or online at www.paleycenter.org.