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Brandon Uranowitz      

Tony Award-Nominated Stage and Television Actor

Uranowitz trained at NYU and had roles in off-Broadway productions prior to being cast in Rent. He was part of the ensemble cast of Evita at the Papermill Playhouse, held the roles of Richard in Richard III and the King of France in All's Well That Ends Well at Classical Studio, the role of Cardinal Bellarmin in Galileo at The Skirball Center, the role of Dante in Only Children at The Abe Burrows Theatre, the role of Feste in Twelfth Night at the Kirk Theatre, and the role of Eugene in Brighton Beach Memoirs / Broadway Bound at the Old Globe.

His first major role after NYU was an ensemble member and later Mark in the national tour of Rent.

In the jukebox musical Baby It's You!, Uranowitz played the role of Stanley, the blind composer and son of Florence Greenberg as played by the Tony Award Winner Beth Leavel. In their review of the musical, Variety made note that the "show is continually perked up by... ...Brandon Uranowitz (as a long-suffering press guy and Goldberg's blind son)." In 2014, he joined the original cast of the stage adaption of An American in Paris as composer Adam Hochberg. The show premiered in Paris at Théâtre du Châtelet in December 2014 and transferred to Broadway, opening in April 2015. He departed the show on August 7, 2016. He also portrayed Mrs. White in the 30th Anniversary tribute performance of the classic film CLUE during this time. Uranowitz joined the first revival of 1992 musical Falsettos, which opened at the Walter Kerr Theatre on October 27, 2016, as a limited engagement. He portrayed Mendel, a psychiatrist, opposite Christian Borle as Marvin, Andrew Rannells as Whizzer, and Stephanie J. Block as Trina. For his performance, he received a 2017 Drama Desk Award nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Musical and a Tony Award Nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Musical.

Uranowitz was cast in Prince of Broadway, set to open on Broadway in August 2017. Also in 2017, Uranowitz was nominated for a Tony Award for for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his role in "An American in Paris".

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