Harvey Evans Death, an actor, singer and dancer Harvey Evans has died – Obituary

By | December 27, 2021

Harvey Evans Death – Obituary: Harvey Evans, an actor, singer and dancer who had a knack for landing roles in the original Broadway productions of such classics as “West Side Story,” “Follies,” “Hello, Dolly!” and “Gypsy,” has died. He was 80. Evans was rarely cast in leading Broadway roles but found a place in timeless shows. He starred opposite Angela Lansbury in “Anyone Can Whistle” and played Barnaby in “Hello, Dolly!” opposite Carol Channing, then Betty Grable and then Eve Arden.

Evans died Christmas Eve at the Actors Fund Home in Englewood, N.J., said Lawrence Leritz, a friend and Broadway actor, dancer, singer, producer and director. He changed his name while filming a small role in 1962’s “Experiment in Terror,” directed by Blake Edwards and starring Glenn Ford and Lee Remick. He and fellow actress Taffy Paul decided to remake themselves — he became Evans and she became Stefanie Powers.

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