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Sedgwick hails from one of New England’s most prominent families, whose numbers include statesmen who played a vital role in freeing Massachusetts from British control and the creation of the American Republic.Kline began his career on stage in 1972 with The Acting Company.He also appeared in a Lincoln Center production that combined the two parts of Henry IV on Broadway at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre in 2003 as Falstaff.Kline was nominated for the 2004 Tony Award, Actor in a Play.In 1972, he joined with fellow Juilliard graduates, including Patti Lu Pone and David Ogden Stiers, and formed the City Center Acting Company (now The Acting Company), under the aegis of John Houseman. At Juilliard, he studied singing with Beverley Peck Johnson.In 1976, Kline left The Acting Company and settled in New York City, doing a brief appearance as the character "Woody Reed" in the now-defunct soap opera Search for Tomorrow.“That we all, essentially, kind of climbed out of the same swamp.
He began studying composing and conducting music, but switched to a theater and speech major for his last two years, graduating in 1970.
In 1981, Kline appeared with rock diva Linda Ronstadt and singer Rex Smith in the New York Shakespeare Festival's Central Park production of The Pirates of Penzance, winning another Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical, for his comically dashing portrayal of the Pirate King.
A videotape of the 1990 production has aired on PBS.
So, I didn’t look at it as a badge of honour.” Since capitalising on the supposed connectedness of the entire human race in a television advert for the phone brand, EE, he has softened.
“It’s a beautiful concept that we are connected,” he said.