Theater Bernadette PetersInto The Woods, Broadway. I created the nose, boil and hands for the wonderful Bernadette Peters. Don Quixote, Man of La Mancha 1996Man of La Mancha 1996 Cogsworth FaginOliver! 1995 An Englishman came up to me after a performance and told me that he didn't want to offend me, but he had seen Ron Moody in London and that I reminded him of Mr. Moody. I took it as a great compliment! (Although I was basing my portrayal on Sir Alec Guinness) Fagin F.C. Carr GommElephant Man 1985 I really went overboard with the make-up on this one. I had my hair bleached and died gray. (The bleach burned my scalp.) I also did an elaborate prosthetic mask when regular make-up would have been enough. It was good practice though, because I was to end up doing make-up on Broadway a year later. Geoffrey ThorntonThis character is in The Dresser. I was one of the youngest members of the cast and played the oldest character. I won Best Supporting Actor for this role from the theater. Geoffrey Thornton’s MaskHere is how I looked without the make-up back when I was 27. This was the first prosthetic mask I made and I think the best - beginner's luck. I'm adding the eyebrows in this photo. I’m Not RappaportI'm Not Rappaport, Broadway. I did Hal Linden's make-up for this Tony Award-winning play. It also starred the wonderful Ossie Davis. Marley’s GhostHere's a photo of me in a production called Marley's Ghost. It is a prequel to A Christmas Carol that gives the back story of Marley's death, trial and how he got permission to visit Scrooge to try to save him. 2007 Jeff Raum as GandalfHalloween 1983. Gandalf is my old stand-by for Halloween and I've dressed-up as him many times; trying different costumes, hair and noses. This photo turned out the best. Some of the other versions I forgot to get photographed at all. Old JoeThis is the pawn shop owner in A Christmas Carol. Usually, when I play the ghost of Jacob Marley in Act 1, I'll play Old Joe in Act 2. Then I have to put Marley's make-up back on just for the curtain call! Jesus, Godspell December 1984Godspell December 1984 ScroogeScrooge is my favorite role to play and I've portrayed him in five different productions. This particular one was from a musical in 1993. Malvolio1983 Twelfth Night Here I am getting ready to play Malvolio. I still have to slick my hair straight back. Merlin Monk Creon, Medea 1983Medea 1983 Obi-Wan Kenobi1983 I sent this photo and some artwork of Obi-Wan to Sir Alec Guinness. He was kind enough to send me a thank you note: "Dear Jeff Raum, Thank you for the pictures. You look as if you make a good Obi-Wan Kenobi, perhaps you had better take over from me. All good wishes, Alec Guinness" Officer Haggerty1984 Nuts Here I am as Officer Haggerty in the courtroom drama. This character's appearance is based on my father. Robert Westenberg SantaPossibly the best role ever, I had two non-believing 10 year old boys believing by the time I left. They ran out of the house after me to see the flying reindeer. Luckily I was too fast for them and had disappeared. Mr. Sowerberry1995 The undertaker, Mr. Sowerberry, in the musical Oliver! Sir GuilliamCamelot. I changed into this character after Merlin and then had to switch back into the Merlin make-up for the curtain call. Jacob MarleyI've played Marley in five productions.