Janet Aldrich Biography

 
Date Of Birth:
October 16, 1956 (62)
Birth Place:
Hinsdale, IL, USA
Bio:
Janet Aldrich has been featured in 6 Broadway shows including "Annie" as the Star To Be, "Me And My Girl" as the final Lady Jacqueline, and she created the role of Maligna in "Starmites" in the original Broadway production (cast recording). She originated the role of Mistress Dainty in the Off ... (read more)
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Date of Birth: October 16, 1956 (62)

Birth Place: Hinsdale, IL, USA

Bio:
Janet Aldrich has been featured in 6 Broadway shows including "Annie" as the Star To Be, "Me And My Girl" as the final Lady Jacqueline, and she created the role of Maligna in "Starmites" in the original Broadway production (cast recording). She originated the role of Mistress Dainty in the Off ... (read more)

Janet Aldrich has been featured in 6 Broadway shows including "Annie" as the Star To Be, "Me And My Girl" as the final Lady Jacqueline, and she created the role of Maligna in "Starmites" in the original Broadway production (cast recording). She originated the role of Mistress Dainty in the Off Broadway production of the West End hit, "Lust." Miss Aldrich has also appeared on Saturday Night Live and Guiding Light, and in the indy sensation, "Jails Hospitals and Hip Hop" by the talented Danny Hoch. Her greatest role was playing Sally Bowles in the all-French production of "Cabaret" in Paris and all over Europe for which she received a Victoire de la Musique. Other awards and nominations include a Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical for "Forbidden Broadway" (Washington, 1986-1987) and 2 People's Choice awards for "Song of Singapore" and "Into The Woods."



Credits include:

Me And My Girl

Philadelphia, PA, Walnut Street Theater

1994



"Annie" Olney Theatre,

Olney, MD

Frances Perkins, Mrs. Greer

Miss Hannigan Understudy



Into The Woods

Philadelphia, PA Walnut St Theater

Baker's Wife

1993



Cabaret

Sally Bowles

Paris, France Theatre Mogador/Theatre de Lyons

1987-1988

Janet Aldrich Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

 
Helen Hayes Awards - 1986 - Outstanding Actress, Resident Musical Gold Star
Janet AldrichForbidden Broadway