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Jaime Camil, is a Mexican actor, singer and television personality. He is best known for his roles as Fernando Mendiola in La Fea Más Bella and Rogelio de la Vega in Jane the Virgin, the latter of which brought him two nominations for the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

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[Los Angeles]
Hollywood Bowl Production, 2017
Sam Carmichael

Broadway Revival, 1996
Billy Flynn [Replacement]

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The Emmys Deny Apple's SCHMIGADOON! Award Category Move

The Television Academy has denied Apple's petition to move Schmigadoon! to the scripted variety category for the 2023 Emmy Awards. Apple had submitted Schmigadoon's second season in the scripted variety series category, after previously being placed in comedy series for season one.

Jaime Camil to Host LOTERÍA LOCA Game Show For CBS

CBS has announced the new series order for LOTERÍA LOCA, a wildly entertaining, action-packed series hosted by Jaime Camil, who also serves as executive producer. Full of unexpected surprises, the new series is based on the Latin game of chance popularly known now as Lotería.

Video: Watch Ariana DeBose Perform the DREAMGIRLS-Inspired 'It's Over' in SCHMIGADOON!

Ariana DeBose kicked off the final episode of Schmigadoon! season two by belting out 'It's Over.' The song is heavily inspired by 'Hard to Say Goodbye, My Love' from Dreamgirls. The seond season of Schmigadoon! also featured references to Chicago, Pippin, Cabaret, Sweeney Todd, and more. Watch the video of the performance now!

Wake Up With BWW 5/4: THE WHO'S TOMMY in Chicago, Plus a Message From Casey Nicholaw!

Top stories: The Who's Tommy will have a reimagined production in Chicago, Lin-Manuel Miranda has teased a Hamilton/Sweeney Todd Ham4Ham performance, plus watch an exclusive video message from Casey Nicholaw in honor of BroadwayWorld's 20th anniversary!

Interview: Kristin Chenoweth & Alan Cumming Breakdown Their SWEENEY TODD-Inspired SCHMIGADOON! Characters

Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming are back together for season two of Schmigadoon, teaming up for a bloody-good parody of Sweeney Todd and Mrs. Lovett. BroadwayWorld sat down with Cumming and Chenoweth, who spilled on filming their big musical number, wanting to play their Sweeney Todd roles IRL, the Schmigadoon groupchat, and more!

Listen: Hear the SCHMIGADOON! Season 2 Soundtrack With Kristin Chenoweth, Dove Cameron & More

The album’s 26 vocal tracks are performed throughout the series’ 6 episodes by returning stars Cecily Strong, Keegan-Michael Key, Ariana DeBose, Martin Short, Dove Cameron, Jaime Camil, Kristin Chenoweth, Alan Cumming, Ann Harada, Jane Krakowski, and Aaron Tveit as well as season two newcomers Tituss Burgess and Patrick Page.

Video: First Look at the SCHMIGADOON! Season Finale With Aaron Tveit & Dove Cameron

Apple TV+ has shared a new sneak peek for the final episode of Schmigadoon!, which is set to be released on Wednesday, May 3. In episode six, “Over and Done,” Will there be a happy ending? Josh and Melissa are presented with a life-changing choice. Watch the new sneak peek video with Aaron Tveit and Dove Cameron now!

Video: Watch Cecily Strong Belt Out 'It's My Turn Now' in SCHMIGADOON!

In the latest episode of Schmigadoon!, Melissa (Cecily Strong) took to the stage to belt out 'It's My Turn Now,' a reference to 'Maybe This Time' from Cabaret. The latest episode of Schmigadoon also parodied songs from Jesus Christ Superstar, Promises Promises, Little Shop of Horrors, and more. Watch the video of the performance now!

SCHMIGADOON Moves Emmy Categories From Comedy Series to Scripted Variety Series

Apple TV+'s musical series Schmigadoon! has changed Emmy categories. The streaming service as submitted Schmigadoon's second season in the scripted variety series category, after previously being placed in comedy series for season one. However, actors like Jane Krakowski, Kristin Chenoweth, and more will still compete in comedy serues categories.

Video: Watch SCHMIGADOON! Reference JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR in Sneak Peek of Penultimate Episode

A video clip from the penultimate episode of Schmigadoon! has been released. The clip features a first look at a new musical number from the upcoming episode inspired by music from Jesus Christ Superstar. Watch Tituss Burgess, Keegan-Michael Key, Cecily Strong, Patrick Page, Dove Cameron, Aaron Tveit, and more in action in the new episode!

Video: Watch Kristin Chenoweth & Alan Cumming Perform 'Good Enough to Eat' in SCHMIGADOON! Parodying ANNIE, SWEENEY TODD & More

In the latest episode of Schmigadoon, Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming joined forces for a big musical number, continuing to channel their Sweeney Todd-inspired characters. The performance also features references to Annie, Bye Bye Birdie, and more. Watch the video of the performance now!

Video: Tituss Burgess Sings in SCHMIGADOON! Sneak Peek With Cecily Strong & Keegan-Michael Key

Watch a sneak peek video from the fourth episode of season two of Schmigadoon! In the sneak peek, Josh (Keegan-Michael Key) and Melissa (Cecily Strong) realize they are still stuck in Schmicago after trying to escape. The are joined by the show's narrator, played by Tituss Burgess, who serenades them with a song.

Video: Watch Jane Krakowski's Full 'Bells & Whistles' Musical Number in SCHMIGADOON!

Apple TV+ has shared the full performance video of Jane Krakowski's 'Bells & Whistles' in the new episode of Schmigadoon! The music in the song is inspired by 'Dance: 10; Looks: 3' from A Chorus Line, 'I'm Not Getting Married Today' from Company, and 'I Can't Do It Alone' from Chicago. Watch the performance video now!

Video: Watch Kristin Chenoweth Perform the SWEENEY TODD-Inspired 'Worst Brats in Town' in SCHMIGADOON!

In the latest episode of Schmigadoon, Kristin Chenoweth made her return as Miss Codwell, a new character inspired by Mrs. Lovett from Sweeney Todd and Miss Hannigan from Annie. Watch a video of Chenoweth singing 'Worst Brats in Town,' a takeoff on 'Worst Pies in London' from Sweeney Todd, below!

Photos: Kristin Chenoweth, Tituss Burgess & the SCHMIGADOON! Cast Gather in NYC

Last Friday, the cast of Schmigadoon! gathered for an event at the Apple store to discuss the new season. Creator Cinco Paul and cast members Ann Harada, Cecily Strong, Jane Krakowski, Keegan-Michael Key, Tituss Burgess, Alan Cumming, Aaron Tveit, and Kristin Chenoweth discussed the new episodes of the hit musical series. Check out photos now!

Video: Watch Jane Krakowski Perform in a SCHMIGADOON! Sneak Peek Inspired By CHICAGO & COMPANY

Apple TV+ has released a video preview of Jane Krakowski's big number in the next episode of Schmigadoon! The clip begins with an homage to 'I'm Not Getting Married Today' from Company. Krakowski then dives into a Chicago-inspired musical number, complete with a 'Hot Honey Rag' choreography, trapeeze, cartwheels, and sparklers.

Video: Watch Aaron Tveit Sing 'My Doorway to Where' From SCHMIGADOON

Apple TV has released a video of Aaron Tveit singing 'My Doorway to Where' in the second episode of Schmigadoon. The song is a reference to 'Corner of the Sky' from Pippin. Tveit's character also references musicals like Godspell and Hair. The new season of Schmigadoon! also features Kristin Chenoweth, Ariana DeBose, Dove Cameron, and more.

Interview: SCHMIGADOON Creator Cinco Paul Reveals His Writing Process For the New SCHMICAGO Season

This season of Schmigadoon, creator Cinco Paul is bringing audiences into the world of Schmigaco, parodying the musicals of the '60s and '70s like Hair, Cabaret, Pippin, Sweeney Todd, Annie, Chicago, and more! Watch a vdeo interview in which Paul discussed

Video: Watch SCHMIGADOON Parody SWEET CHARITY With 'Do We Shock You?'

Apple TV+ has shared a video clip from the first episode of Schimgadoon! season two. Watch the dancers of the Kratt Club perform 'Do We Shock You?,' a parody of 'Hey Big Spender' from Sweet Charity. The dancers of the Kratt Club are mostly named after the orphans in the classic musical Annie, with one being named after a Cabaret character.

Broadway Streaming Guide: April 2023 - Where to Watch SCHMIGADOON!, the GREASE Prequel Series & More!

This April, Broadway fans can keep busy with the premiere of two musical series, the return of Schmigadoon and the premiere of Paramount+'s new Grease prequel series, The Rise of the Pink Ladies, along with more exciting releases. Check out the April 2023 Broadway Streaming Guide below!


Jaime Camil has appeared on Broadway in 1 shows.

Jaime Camil has not appeared in the West End

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