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Camden Harbour Inn announces Internationally acclaimed actor for leading role Mommie Queerest

Posted Oct. 17, 2012, at 5:41 p.m.

Camden Harbour Inn announces that Danny Pintauro will play one of the lead characters in the comedy Mommie Queerest.

Danny Pintauro gained internationally fame for his role as Jonathan Bower on the hit series Who’s The Boss? Pintauro began his professional career at the age of two as a model and commercial actor. At age three the young Danny Pintauro signed a 5 year contract with CBS-TV’s daytime drama As The World Turns.

His talent did not go unnoticed and daytime drama was soon followed by his first acting job with his acclaimed film debut as Tad in Stephen King’s “Cujo” and his role in the The Bennker Gang with Andrew McCarthy.

You also might have seen Danny Pintauro in CBS-TV’s Timestalkers and two part season opener on Highway to Heaven with Michael Landon.

A graduate of Stanford University with a degree in Drama Pintauro’s theater credits include Paula Vogel’s ” Hot n’ Throbbing” at Arena Stage, “Gross Indecency: The Trials of Oscar Wilde at Charlotte Repertory and Puck in Hangar Theater’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. In Manhattan Danny Pintauro played the role of Allen Ginsberg in the acclaimed “Beat” at the New York International Fringe Festival and most recent Danny played the lead role of Tony Whitcomb in the longest running play in US history- “Shear Madness”. Danny Pintauro made his professional New York debut at The Duplex in the one man show “The Velocity Of Gary (Not His Real Name)”, where is also made headlines with the hilarious “A Queer Carol”.

“I am truly excited that we are able to get such an internationally acclaimed cast for an equally exceptional funny comedy. Comedy is perhaps the most difficult form of theatrical arts and with Danny Pintauro we have one of the best comedy actors in the industry” says Raymond Brunyanszki co-owner of Camden Harbour Inn. Brunyanszki continues: “This evening is for an important cause, but also to bring a ‘Broadway Experience’ to the Camden Opera House. It is a one time performance and I hope many members of our local community will take the opportunity to see this hilarious show!”

For more information on Mommie Queerest, please visit camdenoperahouse.com or call Camden Harbour Inn at 207 236 4200

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