Cheyenne David Jackson is an American actor and singer. Her credit includes leading roles in musical and theatrical roles on Broadway, as well as roles in film and television, singing in concerts and recording music. After starting his acting career at the Seattle Regional Theater, Jackson moved to New York City and worked as an employee of Thoroughly Modern Millie and Aida. He then played the role of Matthew in the Altar Boyz studio for the New York Musical Theater Festival, and was replaced by Scott Porter in the Off-Broadway performance. Jackson's first leading Broadway role was in All Shook Up, which won him the World Stage Award for "Outstanding Broadway Theater Debut". Since then, on the New York scene, he has appeared in The Agony & the Agony, Xanadu, Dam Yankees, Finian's Rainbow, 8, The Heart of the Matter and The Performers.
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Actor and singer who starred in the Broadway musicals All Shook Up and Xanadu. His other New York credits include Finian's Rainbow, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Damn Yankees.
Prior to becoming a Broadway star, he worked as an advertising executive.
His film and television credits include roles in United 93, Glee, and 30 Rock.
He was married to Monte Lapka from 2011 to 2013. He then married fellow actor Jason Landau on September 13, 2014. He and Jason became parents to twins in 2017.
He appeared with Sean Hayes in a 2008 production of Damn Yankees.
- LGBT Culture in New York City - New York City has one of the largest LGBTQ populations in the world and is the largest.
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- The male actor is from Idaho
- Male actor from Washington (state)
- LGBT people in Washington (state)
- World Theater Award Winner
Latest information about Cheyenne Jackson updated on June 07 2021.