Guest Starred as Second Young Man
Guest Starred as Worker
Guest Starred as Staff Sgt.
Guest Starred as Sgt. Don Woods
Howard McGillian (November 5, 1953 - ) started his career in television during the mid-1970s. He played various characters on daytime soap operas, including The Young and the Restless (1981 - 1982), Search for Tomorrow (1986), As the World Turns (1987), and One Life to Live (1999). McGillin has also lent his voice to several animated feature films.
In 1985, McGillin was featured in Broadway's The Mystery of Edwin Drood, for which he earned a Tony Award nomination for "Best Featured Actor in a Musical". He continued to star on Broadway with Anything Goes, for which he earned a Tony Award nomination in 1988 for "Best Actor in a Musical".
McGillin is currently portraying "The Phantom" in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. He earned the title of the "Longest-Running Broadway Phantom" after his 1,500th appearance in August 2006.