|Born||c. 1976/1977 (age 37–38)
Cherry Hill, New Jersey, U.S.
Aaron Lazar (born c. 1976/1977) is an American stage, film and television actor.
Early life and education
Lazar was born in Cherry Hill, New Jersey to a Jewish family. He graduated from Cherry Hill High School West in 1994. Lazar attended Duke University where he earned a BA in music in 1998, while completing the prerequisite classes for medical school and taking the MCAT. He then studied at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), where he earned an MFA in musical theater in 2000.
After landing the role of understudy to the lead in the Broadway National Tour of The Scarlet Pimpernel only months after moving to New York City, Lazar abandoned his aspirations of being a medical doctor. He received a Drama Desk Award Nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical for his performance as Enjolras in Les Misérables.
- Mamma Mia! (2013)
- The Last Ship (2014)
- "Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm" in Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music (2009-2010 Broadway Revival)
- "Ben Joplin" in Impressionism on Broadway (2009) with Joan Allen, Jeremy Irons, and Marsha Mason
- "Charles Darnay" in A Tale of Two Cities (Broadway 2008)
- "Enjolras" in Les Misérables (Broadway Revival 2006)
- "Fabrizio Nacarelli" in The Light in the Piazza (broadcast live from Lincoln Center on PBS)
- This Is Where I Leave You as Barry Weissman (2014)
- The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
- Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar (2011)
- The Notorious Bettie Page (2005)
- One Man's Castle (2003)
- White Collar, episode "Book of Hours" (2009)
- All My Children, two episodes (2009)
- New Amsterdam, episode "Bad Amanda" (2008)
- Ugly Betty, episode "Honor" (2008)
- Guiding Light
- Onion News Network as O'Brady Shaw, recurring (2011)
- The Good Wife as William Sattmann in the episode "The Last Call" (2014)
- "That's their boy on Broadway". The Philadelphia Inquirer. May 14, 2002.
- "The New York Pops". Carnegie Hall. Retrieved April 28, 2008.
native of Cherry Hill, New Jersey
- Elkin, Michael (July 15, 2010). "More Than a Little Night Music". Philadelphia: The Jewish Exponent. Retrieved March 2, 2011.
- "Alumni News from Winter/Spring '11". Duke University. 2011.
- "UC alumni currently or recently on Broadway". UC Magazine. University of Cincinnati.
- 2006 - Drama Desk Awards - Press Releases
- Aaron Lazar at the Internet Movie Database