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Joel Grey fractures foot, cancels 'Anything Goes' Broadway dates

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Joel Grey has been forced drop out of several performances of Broadway's Anything Goes after fracturing his left foot.

The actor suffered the injury while he was walking in New York City.

His understudy Robert Creighton will now replace Grey as Anything Goes' gangster Moonface Martin for the next two weeks.

The producers of Anything Goes said in a statement: "[Grey's] doctors expect him to make a full recovery in two weeks, and he looks forward to returning to Anything Goes as soon as he can."

Grey won a Tony Award in 1966 for Cabaret and has since received nominations for his roles in George M!, Goodtime Charley and The Grand Tour.

His daughter Jennifer Grey impressed the judges and audiences on Dancing with the Stars in 2010 by winning the mirrorball.

> Jennifer Grey: 'DWTS was a challenge'

Watch Joel Grey in a scene from the film version of Cabaret below:

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