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Karl Warden Biography

 
Birth Place:
Ohio
Bio:
Karl is a former champion diver who competed for the University of Tennessee. He is the son of 1968 Detroit Tigers World Series Champion relief pitcher Jon Warden and National Champion Synchronized Swimmer Karol Warden. Now successfully working in the fields of Broadway, Film, TV and Choreography. ... (read complete bio)
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@KarlWarden - 12/9/21 12:54am Ok so Simone says the real problem with USAG isn’t Tom so I’ll back off of him.


@KarlWarden - 11/29/21 03:13pm You’d think that #12DatesofChristmas on @hbomax would get leads who are good conversationalists. Markelle and Danny… https://


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Birth Place: Ohio

Bio:
Karl is a former champion diver who competed for the University of Tennessee. He is the son of 1968 Detroit Tigers World Series Champion relief pitcher Jon Warden and National Champion Synchronized Swimmer Karol Warden. Now successfully working in the fields of Broadway, Film, TV and Choreography. ... (read complete bio)

Karl is a former champion diver who competed for the University of Tennessee. He is the son of 1968 Detroit Tigers World Series Champion relief pitcher Jon Warden and National Champion Synchronized Swimmer Karol Warden. Now successfully working in the fields of Broadway, Film, TV and Choreography. He won the 2014 Craig Noel San Diego Critics Circle award for outstanding choreography for his all new production of Catch Me If You Can the Musical. As a performer he has performed in two award winning revivals of La Cage Aux Folles as Hanna and How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying starring Nick Jonas as well as the star studded Encores! production of Merrily We Roll Along. His national tour credits include CATS (Macavity), CHICAGO, FOSSE starring Ben Vereen and Ruthie Henshall, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (Daniel) and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Karl also got to share the small screen with Carrie Underwood in NBC's The Sound Of Music LIVE and with Allison Williams and Christopher Walken in NBC's Peter Pan LIVE. On the big screen he's been in The Producers Movie alongside Uma Thurman and TED2's Fred & Ginger inspired opening spectale.