Bradley Cooper, Will Ferrell, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Carole King are among the names scheduled to appear at this year’s Tony Awards ceremony, it was announced Tuesday.
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Cooper and Gyellenhaal are both scheduled to appear on the Main Stem next fall, in revivals of, respectively, The Elephant Man and The Real Thing. Ferrell parodied George W. Bush in his 2009 Broadway show You’re Welcome America, and King is the subject of this season’s Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, which garnered several nominations.
Also expected to join host Hugh J. Jackman when CBS broadcasts the Tonys presentation live from New York on June 8: Clint Eastwood, director of the upcoming film adaptation of Jersey Boys; Patricia Clarkson, Cooper’s co-star in Elephant Man; Zachary Quinto, who appeared in the Tony-nominated revival of The Glass Menagerie; Audra McDonald, up for best leading actress in a play for Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill; Leighton Meester, featured in the current revival of Of MIce And Men; Bullets Over Broadway star Zach Braff; Kenneth Branagh, Zachary Levi, Lucy Liu, Ethan Hawke, Liev Shreiber, Emmy Rossum, Wayne Brady, Emilio Estefan, Tony Goldwyn, Vera Farmiga and Alessandro Nivola.