Bruce Kimmel
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Bruce Kimmel


Adam Stephens


December 8, 1947


Los Angeles, California, United States

Bruce Kimmel played warlock Adam Stephens in the original Tabatha Pilot. (1976).

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Bruce Stewart Kimmel is an American producer and actor. Since 1993, Mr. Kimmel has been one of the leading producers of theater music on CD, having produced over one hundred and thirty albums. He was nominated for a Grammy for producing the revival cast album of "Hello, Dolly!" and his album with jazz pianist Fred Hersch, "I Never Told You", was also nominated for a Grammy. He created the critically acclaimed "Lost In Boston" and "Unsung Musicals" series, has produced solo albums for Petula Clark, Helen Reddy, Liz Callaway, Laurie Beechman, Paige O'Hara, Christiane Noll, Judy Kaye, Judy Kuhn, Brent Barrett, Jason Graae, Randy Graff, Emily Skinner and Alice Ripley, and has worked with such legends as Lauren Bacall, Elaine Stritch and Dorothy Loudon. He has also produced many off-Broadway and Broadway cast albums, including the hit revival of "The King and I", starring Lou Diamond Philips and Donna Murphy, "The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas" starring Ann-Margret and "Bells Are Ringing" starring Faith Prince.

Mr. Kimmel has written four novels, a trilogy, comprised of Benjamin Kritzer, Kritzerland, and Kritzer Time, Writer's Block and Rewind. He has a new novel coming out this fall and recently launched a new record label Kritzerland.

On many of the albums he produces, he records as Guy Haines. Guy Haines was the name of the character played by Farley Granger in the classic Alfred Hitchcock film, "Strangers on a Train".

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Bruce Kimmel on the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on November 20, 2019.

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