Jerry Adler


Jerry Adler is an American theatre producer, director, actor, production supervisor, and stage manager. . His stage management credits include Seventeen, Of Thee I Sing, Lunatics and Lovers, My Fair Lady, The Jack Benny Show and Oh, What A Lovely War among others. His production supervising credits include Mark Twain Tonight!, The Apple Tree,Black Comedy/White Lies, Dear World starringAngela Lansbury,  Coco starringKatharine Hepburn, 6 Rms Riv Vu, I Remember Mama, Annie and both of Marlene Dietrich’s special Broadway concerts.

Mr. Adler directed seven Broadway productions including the Tony Award winning play Good Evening. He was a Drama Desk Award nominee for “Outstanding Director of a Musical” in 1976 for the Tony Award winning revival of My Fair Lady. On Broadway, he has produced Moby Dick and Drat! The Cat!.

Adler's television/film acting credits include Public Eye, Brooklyn Bridge, True Colors, Quantum Leap, Exclusive, The Odd Couple: Together Again, Law & Order, Spin City, The West Wing, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Manhattan Murder Mystery. He also had recurring roles on Northern Exposure, One Life to Live, Hudson Street, Mad About You, Alright Already and Rescue Me.  

Mr. Adler is currently a regular on The Good Wife. Aside from acting, Adler dedicated his time to teaching Dramatic Arts at the University of Connecticut


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