Larry Bryggman

Soap Opera Actor

Larry Bryggman was born in Concord, California, United States on December 21st, 1938 and is the Soap Opera Actor. At the age of 84, Larry Bryggman biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
December 21, 1938
United States
Place of Birth
Concord, California, United States
84 years old
Zodiac Sign
Film Actor, Stage Actor, Television Actor
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Jacqueline Schultz, ​ ​(m. 1992; div. 1997)​, Tracey Hanley, (m. 199?)
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Larry Bryggman Career

Bryggman is known for his role as Dr. John Dixon in the soap opera As the World Turns (ATWT), a role he played from July 18, 1969, to December 14, 2004. Originally the role was a minor background part, which only required Bryggman to work two episodes, but he was later hired to a contract in 1970. For his role as Dr. Dixon, Bryggman received two Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Drama, in 1984 and 1987.

He has also made several notable appearances in major films, most notably ...And Justice for All, Die Hard with a Vengeance and Spy Game.

In December 2004, Bryggman's picture suddenly stopped appearing in the opening credits of As the World Turns. Although many actors were rarely seen on the show, ATWT had a history of keeping its veteran actors under contract. After a few weeks of not appearing in the opening credits, it was revealed that Bryggman decided to quit after being offered a large pay cut. Though no onscreen attempt was made to explain the character's absence—his character simply stopped appearing—vintage clips of Bryggman were featured in ATWT's fiftieth anniversary show in April 2006. Beginning on August 27, 2010, Bryggman returned to ATWT for 12 of the final 16 episodes, as the show finished its run on September 17, 2010. For these final episodes of the series, it was explained that Dixon had been working at Johns Hopkins for an undisclosed period of time, but had been asked by Dr. Reid Oliver to return to Oakdale Memorial to consult on the ailing Christopher Hughes.

In 2005, Bryggman starred as the Judge in the Atlantic Theater Company's off-Broadway and Los Angeles productions of the David Mamet farce Romance, for which he received universal rave reviews and a nomination for the 2005 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play. James C. Taylor of the Los Angeles Times called Bryggman's performance "one of the finest comedic performances seen on an American stage this decade".

Bryggman has twice been nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play; in 1994 for Picnic, and in 2001 for Proof. He also appeared in the original 1976 Broadway cast of Checking Out.