|Born||Sean Gregory Palmer
January 23, 1973 
Reno, Nevada, USA
|Occupation||Actor, singer, dancer|
|Years active||1995 - present|
Sean Palmer (born January 23, 1973) is an actor, singer, and dancer of both stage and screen. His most recognizable role on television is that of Stanford Blatch's boyfriend, Marcus on the HBO series Sex and the City. He recently played Prince Eric in the stage version of The Little Mermaid, which began on January 10, 2008.
Palmer can be heard on the Original Broadway Cast recording of The Little Mermaid and on the soundtrack of the motion picture Easy Virtue. In 2010, he appeared in a one-night only concert semi staged reading of Evening Primrose by Stephen Sondheim.
West End credits
- "On The Town" : (English National Opera 2007) Chip
- "Crazy For You" : (Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park 2011) Bobby Child
- "Phantom of the Opera" : (Her Majesty's Theatre 2013) Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny
- The Little Mermaid: Prince Eric
- The Apple Tree (Revival): Ensemble and Cover to Mr. Kudisch
- Saturday Night Fever(Original): Joey and later Tony Manero
- Fosse (Original): Original Cast
- Dream (Original): Swing
- "Crazy for You": Bobby Child
- The Boy Friend: Tony Brockhurst directed by Julie Andrews
- "Chicago": Dancer
- "Sex and The City": Marcus Adant
- "The Reagans": Tony
- "Grey's Anatomy": Intern
- Ernio Hernandez (January 22, 2008). "PLAYBILL.COM'S CUE & A: Sean Palmer". Playbill.
- Sean Palmer at the Internet Movie Database
- Whitney Spaner (January 11, 2008). "Fit For A Prince". Papermag.com.
- Campbell Robertson and Brooks Barnes (December 20, 2007). "Disney Wonders if a Mermaid Can Follow a Trail Blazed by a Lion". The New York Times. Retrieved 2007-12-28.
THE LITTLE MERMAID,’ which stars Sean Palmer and Sierra Boggess, opens Jan. 10 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater.
- Portantiere, Michael (2011). "Back into the light". The Sondheim Review (Sondheim Review, Inc.) XVII (3): 44. ISSN 1076-450X.
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