LARRY BLUM returns to the stage in his one man show, "BLINK & YOU MIGHT MISS ME" after many years of working in television and the movies. His initial foray into show business was stock productions of "I Married An Angel" with Phyllis Newman, "Bye Bye Birdie" with Lucie Arnaz and "How To Succeed" with Van Johnson. Then he landed the big time playing Greg in the International company of "A Chorus Line" and was honored to be on stage in New York when it became the longest running musical in 1983. After moving west he danced on "The 3rd Barry Manilow Special," "The Bea Arthur Special," "The Tonight Show," "The Opening Ceremony of the '84 Summer Olympics," "The Peoples Choice Awards" and the cult classic "Solid Gold." His film credits included "Xanadu" and "18 Again" with George Burns. He has had the pleasure of working with Lillian Roth, Fanne Foxe, Alexis Smith and Lily Tomlin in nightclubs and his prime time TV credits include "Roseanne," "The Golden Girls," "The Jeffersons" and "The Garry Shandling Show."
He has happily worked on every Daytime Drama and can be seen regularly on "The Young and the Restless," "The Bold and the Beautiful," "General Hospital," and "Days of Our Lives." He has appeared on every major award show as a performer and stand-in and on reality shows such as "American Idol," "Dancing With the Stars," "The Voice" and
"America's Got Talent" for the
Larry has helped prevent some major casualties on live TV by escorting the beautifully dressed female award winners to the stage to accept their trophies. He has had the exhilarating
honor of sharing that moment with such luminaries as Meryl Streep, Helen Mirren, Madonna, and Susan Lucci on her historical win at the Daytime Emmys.