|Born||December 28, 1964|
Waukegan, Illinois, U.S.
|Education||University of Florida (BFA)|
Yale University (MFA)
Malcolm Gets (born December 28, 1964) is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Richard in the American television sitcom Caroline in the City. Gets is also a dancer, singer, composer, classically trained pianist, vocal director, and choreographer. He played Gould in the 2009 film Grey Gardens opposite Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore and his first solo album came out in 2009 from PS Classics.
Life and career
Gets was born in Waukegan, Illinois, the son of Lispbeth, an educator, and Terence Gets, a college textbook salesman. Both parents grew up in London, England. He moved with his family to New Jersey. He lived there until he was six, when his family moved to Gainesville, Florida. He has an older brother, Erik; an older sister, Alison; and a younger sister, Adrienne.
Gets started studying performing arts early in life. He started studying piano at age nine. This skill helped him pay his way through college. He began singing lessons at 14. He also danced with a studio in Gainesville as a teenager.
Gets skipped two years of K-12 education and graduated from Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Florida, aged 16. He then attended the University of Florida, where he won Best Newcomer's Award in acting and at age 24 earned a BFA in Theatre (1989). Following that, he completed an MFA at the Yale Drama School.
|1993||Law & Order||Lance Keys|
|1995–1999||Caroline in the City||Richard Karinsky|
|1997||Sparkle Lounge||Host||On VH-1|
|Remember WENN||Carter Dunlap|
|2012||The Good Wife||Dale Lamborn|
|Blue Bloods||Prof. Brian Devlin|
|2019||Tales of the City||Dinner party guest|
|1984||A Flash of Green||Jigger Loesser|
|1994||Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle||F. Scott Fitzgerald|
|2001||Thirteen Conversations About One Thing||The Architect|
|2002||Love in the Time of Money||Robert Walker|
|2005||Adam & Steve||Steve|
|Little Boy Blues||Michael|
|2008||Sex and the City||Building Agent|
|Grey Gardens||George "Gould" Strong|
- The Molière Comedies as Valère (1995)
- Dreamgirls as Film Executive (2001)
- Amour as Dusoleil (2002)
- Passion as Colonel Ricci (2004)
- The Story of My Life as Alvin (2009)
- Merrily We Roll Along as Franklin Shepard (1994 at the York Theatre)
- Hello Again as The Writer (1994 at Lincoln Center)
- A New Brain as Gordon Michael Schwinn (1998 at Lincoln Center)
- Boys and Girls as Jake (2002 at The Duke, 42nd Street)
- Vigil by [Morris Panych] as Kemp (2009 at the DR2 Theatre)
- Banished Children of Eve as Stephen Collins Foster (2010 at the Irish Repertory Theatre)
- "The Colorado Catechism" by Vincent J. Cardinal as TY (1990 premiere at Yale School of Drama)
- The Boys from Syracuse Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. New Book by Nicky Silver. Based on the Original Book by George Abbott. as Antipholus of Ephesus (1997 at City Center)
- Edward II by Christopher Marlowe (2000 at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, California)
- Finian's Rainbow with music by Burton Lane and lyrics by EY Harburg as Og
- Camelot at the Hollywood Bowl as Mordred (2005)
- Party Come Here at Williamstown Theatre Festival as Orlando (2007)
- Barbara Cook Sings Mostly Sondheim (2001) - singles and duets recorded with Barbara Cook, such as "Into the Woods" and "Not While I'm Around".
- Grey Gardens (2009) - two duets recorded with Jessica Lange, such as "I Won't Dance" and "We Belong Together".
- "The 2003 Tony Award Nominations". Los Angeles Times. 13 May 2003. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
- "New York Obies Theater Awards: 1995 Winners". The Village Voice. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
- Malcolm Gets Biography (1964-)
- Portantiere, Michael (February 18, 2009). "Blogging Broadway: Malcolm Gets lives the 'Life'". AfterElton.com. Retrieved August 4, 2016.
- Stockwell, Anne (4 May 2005). "Over the moon in Miami". The Advocate. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
- Gans, Andrew and Hetrick, Adam. }Gets Will Join Stenborg in Off-Broadway's 'Vigil'" Playbill, August 10, 2009
- Stasio, Marilyn. Review Vigil Variety, September 2009
- Voss, Brandon (16 November 2010). "Seat Filler: NYC Theater Guide for November 2010". The Advocate. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
- Giuliano, Charles (28 July 2007). "Party Come Here at Williamstown Theatre Festival". Berkshire Fine Arts. Retrieved 15 August 2014.