TV Star Bill Pullman Will Return To The Broadway Stage To Briefly Replace Daniel Stern For The Final Few Weeks Of Performances Of The Other Place

Bill Pullman Takes Over For Daniel Stern On Broadway In "The Other Place"

Bill Pullman

Film, TV, and sometime Broadway actor Bill Pullman will be returning to the Broadway stage for a brief time when he takes over for Daniel Stern in the Manhattan Theatre Club production of The Other Place at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.

Stern, who is currently co-starring alongside Laurie Metcalf, will be leaving the production on February 3 due to a family situation, and Pullman will replace him starting February 5. The Other Place is currently scheduled to conclude its extended Broadway engagement on March 3.

Pullman's Impressive Career

Bill Pullman is currently being seen regularly by television audiences in the new NBC sitcom 1600 Penn, in which he portrays the President of the United States (Josh Gad, formerly of Broadway's The Book of Mormon, co-stars as his son).

Pullman has previously appeared on Broadway in productions of David Mamet's Oleanna and Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?