Although best known as an actor, David Ogden Stiers has had an active secondary career as a conductor. He has guest conducted more than thirty American orchestras in such cities as San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Honolulu, and Chicago. Stiers’ acting credits include Broadway appearances in Ulysses in Nighttown and The Magic Show, and has toured in The Three Sisters, Measure for Measure, and The Beggar’s Opera. His film credits include Oh God!, The Accidental Tourist, Beauty and the Beast, and Mighty Aphrodite. On television he has played major roles in MASH, The Innocents Abroad, and Murder She Wrote. He narrated the PBS miniseries on Ronald Reagan and New York City. He has been nominated three times for Emmy awards.