Roger Bart Biography

 
Date Of Birth:
September 29, 1962 (54)
Birth Place:
Norwalk, CT, USA
Gender: Male
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    Roger Bart Biography

    Date of Birth: September 29, 1962 (54)
    Birth Place: Norwalk, CT, USA
    Gender: Male
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    Broadway credits include The Producers, where he originated the role of Carmen Ghia (Tony and Drama Desk nominations) and went on to play Leo Bloom. He was Snoopy in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Tony and Drama Desk Awards); in The Frogs opposite Nathan Lane; Triumph of Love; and Big River. Film credits include the upcoming American Gangster and Harold & Kumar 2, the sequel to the cult hit. Past films include the big-screen adaptation of The Producers, The Stepford Wives, Hostel: Part II, The Insider and the Disney animated features Hercules (singing voice of Hercules) and Lady and the Tramp II (singing voice of Scamp). On television, Bart starred in "Desperate Housewives" as George, the scheming pharmacist (SAG Award). Additional credits include the sci-fi miniseries "The Lost Room," "Bram and Alice" and "Law & Order."

    Roger Bart Awards and Nominations

    (winners are in red)

     
    Outer Critics Circle Awards - 2016 - Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical
    Roger Bart, Disaster
     
    Outer Critics Circle Awards - 2008 - Outstanding Actor in a Musical
    Roger Bart, Young Frankenstein
     
    Drama Desk Awards - 2001 - Outstanding Featured Actor - Musical
    Roger Bart, The Producers
     
    Tony Awards - 2001 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical
    Roger Bart, The Producers
     
    Outer Critics Circle Awards - 1999 - Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical
    Roger Bart, You're a Good Man
     
    Tony Awards - 1999 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical
    Roger Bart, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown