Alex Newell

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Alex Newell
Newell in 2015
Born
Alex Eugene Newell

(1992-08-20) August 20, 1992 (age 31)
Occupations
  • Actor
  • singer
Years active2011–present
Musical career
Genres
LabelsBig Beat Records
Websitewww.thealexnewell.com

Alex Eugene Newell (born August 20, 1992) is an American actor and singer. They[a] are known for their role as Unique Adams on the Fox musical series Glee and Mo on Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist. Newell also starred as Asaka in the Broadway revival of Once on This Island at the Circle in the Square Theatre in 2018.[1] For their role in Shucked, they won the 2023 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical. Along with J. Harrison Ghee, they became the first openly nonbinary performers to win a Tony Award in an acting category.

As a singer, Newell has released tracks with Clean Bandit, Blonde, and the Knocks.[2]

Early life[edit]

Newell was born on August 20, 1992, in Lynn, Massachusetts.[3][4] Their father, a deacon, died of cancer when they were six years old, at which point their mother raised them as a single parent.[5]

After four complete years of education in the first class of Kipp Lynn Academy, Newell moved on to and graduated from Bishop Fenwick High School in 2012,[6] where they were involved in their school's choir, improv club, and costume club; they were also a member of their church choir at Zion Baptist Church in Lynn, Massachusetts while later also directing the youth choir.[3] They never had any formal voice lessons before landing their part on Glee.[7] They have cited Donna Summer, Sylvester, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, and Beyoncé as their influences.[8]

Career[edit]

2011–2014: Glee[edit]

Newell was among 34,000 to submit an audition video in 2011 for the first season of Oxygen's The Glee Project.[7] Newell's self-taped audition earned them over one million MySpace views as well as a spot among the 12 participants who competed for a seven-episode arc on Glee. During the arc, they asserted themself as an out gay man.[9] Eventually, they became the series’ first runner-up.[10] Nevertheless, the producers were so impressed that they decided to bring them on Glee for two episodes.[11] Newell first appeared on Glee in the third season episode "Saturday Night Glee-ver". They were cast in the role of Wade "Unique" Adams, a transgender teenager who was assigned male at birth. The shy, outcast Wade expressed their female identity through music as the bold, brave alter ego, Unique. Wade broke ground by being one of the most visible transgender characters on television and one of the first on a network prime time show.[12] Newell's performance was described as "bold",[13] with "remarkable restraint and powerful vocals."[14]

On his nightly show, Bill O'Reilly expressed concern that children watching the show unsupervised might be encouraged to experiment with what he termed "alternative lifestyles," which he said the show glorified.[15] Newell commented, "My mother said, 'If Bill O'Reilly said something about you, you are doing something right.' He just showed the public and conservative viewers me. There are more people seeing me now... There are people like Wade and Unique, and [they're] being themselves. If kids want to go and do that, that is them expressing who they are."[6] They later appeared in two more episodes and completed their story arc that season.

Newell was accepted into the Berklee College of Music for fall 2012, but decided instead to move to Los Angeles to be on Glee when they were asked to rejoin the cast for the show's fourth season.[6] Unique returned as a Glee recurring cast member in the fourth season premiere, "The New Rachel". Newell, along with the rest of the cast, received a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series in 2012, but lost to Modern Family. For the fifth season, Newell was promoted to main cast because of the character's popularity.[16][17] In the sixth and final season, Newell was not a part of the regular cast, but did appear as a recurring guest star. A highlight of the sixth season was Newell singing "I Know Where I've Been" from Hairspray with the Transpersons Choir of 200 performers.[8]

2014–2016: Music career and Power EP[edit]

Over the years, Newell sang at numerous events, such as the Coachella Festival, but also at many LGBT events and pride festivals. They also performed at the Governors Ball Music Festival and BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend.[18][12][19][20]

Newell announced in October 2013 that they had been signed by Big Beat Records and that they were going to release Newell's debut album. It was also revealed that it was going to be produced by Adam Anders.[21] Their debut single, a cover of Sigma's "Nobody to Love", was released on June 3, 2014.[22]

In 2015, Newell embarked on a series of cover songs and collaborations. In March, they provided feature vocals for the re-issued version of "Stronger", a song by Clean Bandit.[23] Later in the same month, they produced a disco-house stylization of Robin S.'s single "Show Me Love" together with Russian DJ Matvey Emerson.[24] Over the summer, they worked with the British electro duo Blonde by featuring vocals in their single "All Cried Out". They then began to collaborate with the US electroduo the Knocks on the song "Collect My Love", "a soaring disco standout" where they reached "staggering heights."[25] The song, from the EP So Classic, will be included in The Knocks' debut album 55, scheduled to be released in March 2016. Finally, for Christmas, Newell released a cover of the song "O Come All Ye Faithful".

Their original song "This Ain't Over", released in January 2016, was warmly welcomed by the media. Out commented: "The vibrant dance-pop track flawlessly revives disco if only for a few short minutes. Without the gimmicks of manufactured radio pop, Newell manages to serve This Ain't Over with pure talent." Spin said: "Newell's unassailable voice is in full force on 'This Ain't Over,' shining out like a triumphant beacon over a thumping, glamorous dance-pop soundscape."[25] Vulture concluded: "This is just diva vocal acrobatics flexed with the swag of a queen."[26]

"This Ain't Over" was announced as the first track off their debut extended play called Power, featuring production from the pop artists Diane Warren, Nile Rodgers, MNEK and DJ Cassidy.[10] The EP will be released on February 19 via Big Beat.[25]

Newell supported fellow Glee alum Adam Lambert on tour from February 23[27] until the April 2 finale at Los Angeles’ Orpheum Theatre in 2016.[10] After the tour, Newell recorded a new single in collaboration with Power producers DJ Cassidy and Nile Rodgers, entitled "Kill the Lights", released on April 8, 2016, through Atlantic Records. It was expected to be one of a few tracks that Newell was making as part of the HBO TV series Vinyl. It was later revealed that the song had been recorded the previous year when Newell was working with Clean Bandit, Blonde and The Knocks, and inspired the producers to work with them on their debut extended play. Later that same month, the song was released again, featuring vocals from Jess Glynne.

2016–present: Debut album, Once on This Island, Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, and Shucked[edit]

In 2017, Newell made their Broadway debut playing the role of Asaka in the revival of Once on This Island.[28]

In 2019, Newell was cast in NBC's musical dramedy Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist in the role of Mo, a genderfluid DJ and the protagonist's next-door neighbor.[29] In June 2021, the series was canceled by NBC after two seasons. In December 2021, The Roku Channel released a two-hour holiday film, Zoey's Extraordinary Christmas, concluding the story of the NBC series. Newell reprised their role of Mo for the film.

In 2023, Newell premiered in the role of Lulu in the musical comedy Shucked on Broadway in the Nederlander Theatre. The show opened April 4, 2023, and is scheduled to run through January 14, 2024. In June 2023, they won a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for their performance in the role.[30][31][32] Newell and J. Harrison Ghee became the first openly nonbinary actors to win Tony Awards in the same year.[32][33]

Other work and awards[edit]

Newell played the title role in NBC's comedy pilot Imaginary Friend,[34] which was expected to air in 2016.[35] It was passed on and no other network wanted to make it into a series.[36] They contributed with music to the HBO TV series Vinyl on a track also featuring DJ Cassidy and Jess Glynne.[37]

They are committed to helping other LGBT youth and regularly performs at benefit concerts, most notably for The Trevor Project,[5] the Human Rights Campaign,[17] Jack Antonoff's Ally Coalition and other fundraisers.[13]

Newell was given a special recognition award at the 2015 GLAAD Media Awards, as part of the cast of Glee.[38]

Personal life[edit]

Newell identifies as gender nonconforming,[39][40] and in May 2020 said they relate to their character Mo in Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, who is genderfluid.[41] They have stated they go by all pronouns.[42][43] Newell also identifies as gay.[44]

Discography[edit]

Alex Newell discography
EPs1
Singles14
Soundtrack albums8

EPs[edit]

List of albums, with selected information
Title Album details Peak chart positions
US
Dance/
Electronic

[45]
US
Heat

[46]
Power 4 11

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Dance/
Electronic

[47]
US
Dance
Club

[48]
"Nobody to Love" 2014 Power
"Show Me Love"
(with Matvey Emerson)
2015 Non-album single
"O Come, All Ye Faithful" Tyler Oakley's Holiday Jams
"This Ain't Over" 2016 Power
"Basically Over You (B.O.Y.)"
"Kill the Lights"
(with DJ Cassidy and Jess Glynne featuring Nile Rogers)
15 1 Vinyl: The Essentials (Best of Season 1)
"Need Somebody" Non-album singles
"Keep It Moving"
"O Come All Ye Faithful" (Volac Remix)
"As I Am"
(with Bryan Adams featuring Matt Kelly)
2019
"Boy, You Can Keep It" 2020 41
"Mama Told Me"
"Attitude" 2022
"Independently Owned" 2023 Shucked (Original Broadway Cast Recording)

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
Dance/
Electronic

[47]
US
Dance
Club

[48]
BEL
(FL)

BEL
(Wa)

HUN
IRE
JAP
SCO
UK
UK
Dance
"Stronger"
(uncredited)
(Clean Bandit featuring Alex Newell and Sean Bass)[49]
2015 [b] 37 56 80 3 4 1 New Eyes (Special Edition)
"All Cried Out"
(Blonde featuring Alex Newell)
59 82 74 4 4 1 non-album single
"Collect My Love"
(The Knocks featuring Alex Newell)
55
"Hands"
(with various artists)
2016 Non-album singles
"Rescue Me"
(DJ D-Sol featuring Alex Newell)
2019 31 4
"Higher"
(Vincint and Princess Precious featuring Alex Newell)
2021 TBA

Soundtrack album appearances[edit]

Soundtrack EP appearances[edit]

  • Britney 2.0 (2012; 20th Century Fox, Columbia)
  • Glee: The Music Presents Glease (2012; 20th Century Fox, Columbia)
  • A Katy or a Gaga (Music from the Episode) (2013; 20th Century Fox, Columbia)
  • Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 4 (2013; 20th Century Fox, Columbia)
  • Glee: The Music, City of Angels (2013; 20th Century Fox, Columbia)
  • Glee: The Music, Transitioning (2014; 20th Century Fox, Columbia)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 1, Episode 4 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2020; Lionsgate, Republic)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 1, Episode 7 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2020; Lionsgate, Republic)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 1, Episode 11 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2020; Lionsgate, Republic)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 1, Episode 12 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2020; Lionsgate, Republic)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 2, Episode 2 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2021; Lionsgate)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 2, Episode 6 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2021; Lionsgate)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 2, Episode 9 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2021; Lionsgate)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 2, Episode 10 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2021; Lionsgate)
  • Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Season 2, Episode 12 (Music From the Original TV Series) (2021; Lionsgate)

Filmography[edit]

Films and television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 The Glee Project Contestant (Themself) Runner-up (with Lindsay Pearce)
2012–15 Glee Wade "Unique" Adams Series regular (season 5)
Recurring role (season 3–4, 6); 39 episodes
2013 Geography Club Ike Feature film
2015 Imaginary Friend Sam NBC television movie
2015 Resident Advisors Morgan Recurring role; 2 episodes
2019 Empire Hey Beautiful Episode: "Hot Blood, Hot Thoughts, Hot Deeds"
2020–2021 Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Mo Main role
2020 RuPaul's Secret Celebrity Drag Race Themself (Winner) Episode: "RuPaul Roast"
2021 Zoey's Extraordinary Christmas Mo The Roku Channel film
2022 Cheat Out Themself Episode: "Alex Newell"[51]
2023 Come and Learn with Pibby! Melira (voice) Main role
2024 Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Pebble (voice) Episode: "The Devil You Know"

Theater[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2017–2018 Once on This Island Asaka Broadway debut
2020 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Narrator Manhattan Concert Productions
2022 The Last Supper Jude South Orange Performing Arts Center
2022 Shucked Lulu Pioneer Theatre Company
2023 Broadway

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2019
Grammy Award Best Musical Theater Album Once on This Island Nominated
2021
Critics' Choice Television Award Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Nominated
2023
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Performance in a Musical Shucked Won
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Featured Performer in a Broadway Musical Won
Tony Awards Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical Won
2024
Grammy Awards Best Musical Theater Album Nominated

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Newell uses all pronouns. This article uses they/them pronouns for consistency.
  2. ^ "Stronger" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 79 on the Flemish Ultratip chart.

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