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Brian Sullivan was created about August 9, 1912 in Oakland, California, USA as Joseph Sullivan. He was an acting professional, known for Cavalcade of Celebrities (1949), The Ed Sullivan Display (1948) and Musical Humor Period (1950). He passed away on June 17, 1969 in Geneva, Switzerland.
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|1||Versatile, boyishly good-looking (in his younger days) tenor, who came from Broadway to spend fourteen seasons with the Metropolitan Opera, beginning with the title role in Benjamin Britten's "Peter Grimes" in 1948. Other frequent roles with the company included Alfred in Johann Strauss II's "Die Fledermaus," Tamino in Mozart's "The Magic Flute," Grigori on Mussorgsky's "Boris Gudanov," and the title role in Wagner's "Lohengrin.".|
|2||Took the name of Brian Sullivan to avoid confusion with another Broadway actor named Joseph Sullivan.|
|Musical Comedy Time||1951||TV Series||Etienne de Bouvray|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1952||TV Series||Himself|
|Cavalcade of Stars||1950||TV Series||Himself - Guest Stage Vocalist|