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Aaron Tveit On NYC, Proudest Achievements & Relationships

October 3
6:46 PM 2013

Aaron Tveit On NYC, Proudest Achievements & RelationshipsPopular Broadway headliner and rising screen star Aaron Tveit discusses his favorite New York City locations as well as his proudest career achievements thus far as part of a new interview.

Tveit says of his current creative trajectory - which includes a TV series, an album and a film currently in production - in answer to the question "What's new?", "Finishing the first season of GRACELAND, working on a couple of really exciting film projects, and releasing my first album."

As for his "Favorite New York moment", Tveit says, "Performing on a Broadway stage for the first time in HAIRSPRAY in 2006."

And, what about his favorite NYC neighborhood? "Union Square - it's a slice of the city," Tveit asserts.

Most importantly, Tveit imparts his proudest achievements to date: "Seeing two shows I worked on in development for years succeed on Broadway [NEXT TO NORMAL and CATCH ME IF YOU CAN]; fulfilling a lifelong dream to sing "God Bless America" at Yankee Stadium during a play-off game; and finally finishing my college degree last summer - 11 years after I started."

Plus, Tveit even offers relationship advice, opining that what makes a relationship really work is, "Honesty and the ability to laugh together, and often."

Check out the original article on the matter here.

Photo Credit: Walter McBride

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