Adrian Guillette

Adrian Guillette



Adrian Guillette is an American actor and singer who is best known for his roles in the Broadway productions of A Chorus Line and Little Shop of Horrors. He has also been seen in numerous off-Broadway productions, regional theatre productions, and television and film roles.

Adrian was born in Miami, Florida, in 1971. From a young age, he was interested in music and theatre and he soon began performing in local productions. He attended the University of South Florida where he studied theatre and vocal performance. After graduating, he moved to New York City to pursue his career in the theatre.

Adrian's Broadway debut was in the original cast of A Chorus Line, playing the role of Paul San Marco. He was part of the show from its original run in 1975 to its revival in 2006. His performance earned him a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical. He also appeared in the original cast of Little Shop of Horrors, playing the roles of the dentist and the voice of Audrey II. He was featured in the show from 1982 to 1987.

Adrian is also well known for his work in regional theatre. He's appeared in productions at the Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis. He has also been seen in numerous off-Broadway shows, including the musicals Cabaret and Little Women.

Adrian has also appeared in a number of television and film roles. He was seen in episodes of Law & Order, The Practice, and The Good Wife. He was also seen in the films My Best Friend's Wedding, The Producers, and The Producers: The Movie Musical.

Adrian is an accomplished singer as well as an actor. He has appeared as a soloist with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall and has sung the National Anthem at several Major League Baseball games.

Adrian is currently living in New York City and is still an active actor and singer. He continues to appear in theatre and television productions, and is a regular performer in cabaret shows at the Metropolitan Room in New York City.

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