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Brandon Uranowitz Biography
Brandon Uranowitz is an American stage and television actor. He is best known for his roles as Adam Hochberg in An American in Paris and Mendel in the 2016 Broadway revival of Falsettos.
Brandon was a 2015 Tony Award nominee for his featured performance in An American in Paris. In 2015 he received his second Tony Award nomination for his featured performance in Falsettos.
Brandon Uranowitz Age
Brandon was born on July 9, 1986 in Livingston, New Jersey. He is 32 years old as of 2018.
Brandon Uranowitz Parents
Brandon grew up in West Orange, New Jersey in a Jewish family. At the age of 13 he had a Bar Mitzvah. There is no much information about his parents but he once said in an interview that he grew up listening to Gershwin, and his dad was a Gershwin fanatic. He said that his father took him to see Crazy For You when he was a kid six times. Six times! His father still gets speechless when he talk to him about [An American in Paris].”
His father traveled to Paris, where the show received its world premiere at the Theatre Du Chatelet. The experience, Uranowitz said, was emotional.
“I very rarely see my dad cry,” Brandon continued, “I think once when my dog died. The last time I remember my dad crying was when he came to Paris to see this show. This is a big moment for all of us — me and my dad. It’s been nice to see his influence sort of come to a head in my career and to feel that. It sort of helps me also connect to the piece a little bit.”
It was a three-act production with swimming, dancing, and towels that said “I had a splash at Brandon’s bar mitzvah.” He attended Montclair Kimberley Academy. He graduated from New York University with a degree in theater arts from their Tisch School of the Arts. In his youth, he studied at Performers Theatre Workshop.
Brandon Uranowitz Gay
Brandon is openly gay. He has been in a relationship with actor Zachary Prince as of July 2016 . The pair met at the audition for Baby It’s You! and Prince was subsequently cast as Brandon’s understudy.
Brandon Uranowitz Career
Brandon has had minor appearances in the television series Law & Order: CI, Inside Amy Schumer, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and horror-musical film Stage Fright.
After NYU his first major role after was an ensemble member and later Mark in the national tour of Rent.
Brandon 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 one time tribute performance of the classic film Clue in December 2015.
Brandon joined the first revival of 1992 musical Falsettos, which opened on Broadway 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.
Brandon appeared in the revue Prince of Broadway, which opened on Broadway in August 2017 and closed in October 2017. The revue featured the work of the director and producer Harold Prince.
Brandon Uranowitz Net Worth
Brandon’s net worth is under review.