Victor Garber (left) as 'Phil Donnelly'
Victor Garber (Phil Donnelly) has been seen in some of the most memorable works of film, television and stage; his career to date includes six Emmy® and four Tony® nominations for a wide range of acclaimed performances.
Garber co-starred in Ben Affleck’s Academy Award®-winning film, Argo. He also portrayed San Francisco Mayor George Moscone in Gus Van Sant’s Academy Award®-nominated film Milk. His additional film credits include The First Wives Club, Sleepless in Seattle, Legally Blonde and the multiple Academy Award®-winning film, Titanic. Garber has been seen co- starring with Ryan Reynolds in Self-Less and with Emily Blunt in Sicario.
For his work on television, Garber has been nominated for six Emmy® Awards, including three for the ABC drama “Alias,” two for comedic guest-star roles on “Frasier” and “Will & Grace,” and a nomination for his portrayal of Sid Luft in the television movie “Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows.”
He currently recurs on “Power” on Starz; “The Orville” on Fox; and “The Flash” on CW. He has guest-starred on Showtime’s Lisa Kudrow comedy, “Web Therapy”; “The Big C”; “Nurse Jackie”; “Damages”; and “Glee”. He has had starring roles on CW’s “Legends of Tomorrow”; NBC’s drama “Deception”; ABC’s “Eli Stone”; and “Justice” on Fox. Other credits include the televised musicals “Annie,” “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” and Meredith Willson’s “The Music Man.”
Garber’s earned four Tony nominations for his work in Damn Yankees, Lend Me a Tenor, Deathtrap and Little Me. He performed in the workshops of Sondheim’s Assassins and Wiseguys, as well as in the Tony Award–winning play Art. His stage credits also include the original Broadway productions of Arcadia, The Devil’s Disciple, Noises Off and Sweeney Todd. Additionally, Garber garnered rave reviews in Sondheim’s Follies for City Center Encores, as well as Present Laughter, directed by the late Nicholas Martin. He was most recently seen in the Broadway hit Hello, Dolly! co-starring opposite Bernadette Peters.