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Being Bella? Harvey Fierstein Doesn’t Need a Dress to Try
Outspokenly homosexual, Fierstein has successfully smashed previous "gay" stereotypes with his deep, ratchety voice and his engaging "You got a problem with that? In , Fierstein wrote and starred in the stage play Torch Song Trilogy, a bittersweet three-part comedy concerning the homosexual experience in the AIDS era; the play won two Tony Awards and became one of the longest-running Broadway productions in history, toting up 1, performances. Fierstein repeated his stage characterization of Arnold Beckoff for the heavily rewritten and severely shortened movie version of Torch Song Trilogy. The actor's crossover performances in mainstream roles have often been quite successful, notably his appearance as the likable cosmetician brother of Robin Williams in Mrs. Doubtfire
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He is best known for his roles as Frank Hillard in Mrs. He was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame in Fierstein occasionally writes columns about gay issues. He was openly gay at a time when very few celebrities were. Fierstein resides in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Fierstein's signature gravelly voice is a result of an overdeveloped vestibular fold in his vocal cords, essentially giving him a "double voice" when he speaks. Prior to puberty, Fierstein was a soprano in a professional boys' choir. Legs Diamond , his collaboration with Peter Allen , was a critical and commercial failure, closing after 72 previews and 64 performances. In , Fierstein wrote the book to the musical A Catered Affair in which he also starred. Fierstein wrote the book for the stage musical Newsies , along with Alan Menken music and Jack Feldman lyrics.
He often spoke out about gay rights issues. Fierstein was born into a strict Jewish family. He graduated from the Pratt Institute , Brooklyn , with a bachelor of fine arts degree and soon made a career in New York theatre and playwriting.