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Hector Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac (b. Savinien de Cyrano, 1619-1655) was a French dramatist, best remembered from fictional accounts of his life story (the most famous being a play by Edmond Rostand), and is known more commonly as Cyrano de Bergerac. Cyrano de Bergerac, however, is a fictional character. One of the few common traits between the fictional Bergerac and his flesh and blood inspiration is that both have a large nose.

References

  • In an episode of the French version of Fraggle Rock, Doc is rehearsing for his upcoming stage performance as a swashbuckling Cyrano de Bergerac.

Connections

  • Plácido Domingo played Cyrano de Bergerac in the operatic version at the Metropolitan Opera in 2005, in a 2008 filmed version, and in subsequent tours
  • José Ferrer played Cyrano de Bergerac many times, including on Broadway (1946, 1953), film (1950), television (Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse in 1949, Producer's Showcase in 1955), in the 1964 French film Cyrano et d'Artagnan, in the 1974 Hanna-Barbera special Cyrano, and other theater versions (some of which he produced or staged)
  • Jennifer Garner played Roxanne in the 2007 Broadway revival
  • Derek Jacobi played Cyrano in the 1984/1985 Royal Shakespeare production
  • Kevin Kline played Cyrano in the 2007 Broadway version
  • James Mason played Cyrano on radio's The General Electric Theatre (1953)
  • Jerry Mayer played ensemble roles in the 1968 Broadway version and was a replacement in the 1993 Cyrano - The Musical
  • Pete Postlethwaite played Ragueneau in the 1984/1985 Royal Shakespeare production
  • David Shaw Parker played Bellerose and a Gascony cadet in the 1984/1985 Royal Shakespeare production
  • John Stephenson voiced Richelieu in the 1974 special Cyrano
  • Bill Van Dijk played Cyrano in the 1993 Broadway show Cyrano - The Musical
  • William Woodson played Le Bret in the 1946 Broadway version and the 1949 TV version
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