Gerald Fitzgerald

Gerald Fitzgerald has participated in more than 80 stage productions as an Actor, Director,

Playwright and Stage Manager.

 

Jerry is the author of Journey To The Center Of The Earth, which was produced at Pegasus Theatre and Pocket Sandwich Theatre in Dallas. He is a member of Dallas Screenwriters Association and the Dramatists Guild, and has recently finished a melodrama The Incorruptibles. His one-act The Microwave was performed in 2017 by Sundown Collaborative Theatre in Denton. He is also working on several screenplays, including B-27, Pizzaman, Solitary Man, and Strange Fascination, portions of which have been performed in DSA Scene Reads. In 1999, Roger Ebert quoted Jerry in his Little Movie Glossary. As an actor, Jerry has appeared in It’s A Wonderful Life, Julius Caesar, On Golden Pond, Taming Of The Shrew, Ten Little Indians, The Great Gatsby, Play It Again Sam, The Merchant of Venice, The Nerd, and You Can’t Take It With You. He has portrayed Humphrey Bogart and Sigmund Freud onstage.

Awards

  • 2016 – nominated for Best Supporting Actor in The Great Gatsby and Bonnie & Clyde
    [Broadway World Dallas Awards]

  • 2015 – member in nominated for Best Ensemble in You Can’t Take It With You
    [Broadway World Dallas Awards]

  • 1990 – Best Entertainment Program for Fritz Finger’s Frivolous Flotilla Of Fun
    [Crystal Award (Cable Access Of Dallas)]

  • 1989 – Best Performing Arts Program for To The Newlyweds
    [Crystal Award (Cable Access Of Dallas)]

Listed in

  • Who's Who In America, 2000

  • 5000 Personalities Of The World, 1996

  • International Who's Who Of Professionals, 1995

  • Who's Who Among Young American Professionals, 1990

  • Who's Who In Entertainment, 1989

Generes

Drama, Comedy, Adventure/Action, Sci-Fi, Psychological

Formats

Short Screenplay, Feature Length Screenplay, Television