Photos: See Sardi's Portrait Unveiled for The Notebook Star Dorian Harewood | Playbill

Photos Photos: See Sardi's Portrait Unveiled for The Notebook Star Dorian Harewood

Harewood plays Older Noah in the new musical, marking his first return to Broadway in over 45 years.

Dorian Harewood Heather Gershonowitz

Dorian Harewood, who is currently playing Older Noah in The Notebook on Broadway, was honored with a Sardi's caricature March 22. See photos from the portrait's unveiling at the famed Manhattan restaurant below. 

The Notebook marks Harewood's return to the Broadway stage for the first time in over 45 years. The veteran performer's credits also include The Mighty GentsStreamers, and Don't Call Back. Harewood has also been seen in national tours of Kiss of the Spider WomanMadame Lily, and Miss Moffat.

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Harewood's wife Nancy; his co-stars from The Notebook, including Joy Woods, Ryan Vasquez, and John Cardoza; and more joined the actor to celebrate his portrait unveiling.

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On screen, Harewood has appeared in films including GothikaLevity, and Pacific Heights; as well as TV shows including Criminal MindsI'll Fly AwayPrivate Practice, and more. Harewood was honored with the 1994 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of Clarence "Cool Papa" Charleston in I'll Fly Away

Harewood also received an Emmy nomination for his narration in Hank Aaron: Chasing a Dream, as well as a second NAACP Image Award nomination for his work in The Hoop Life

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