Nathan Lee Graham

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Nathan Lee Graham
Nathan Lee Graham with Kyle Brown and KIKI TWINS at Michael Musto 25th Anniversary Party, NYC.jpg
Nathan Lee Graham (far left) with fellow Priscilla Queen of the Desert castmate Kyle Brown and AC & LT - THE KIKI TWINS attending the Michael Musto 25th Anniversary Party in NYC.
Born (1968-09-09) September 9, 1968 (age 50)
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Occupation Actor, Singer
Years active 2000–present

Nathan Lee Graham (born September 9, 1968) is an American actor and singer. His roles in feature film include Todd in Zoolander, Frederick Montana in Sweet Home Alabama, Geoff in Hitch and Bernard on the Fox comedy series LA to Vegas. He has appeared in independent films like Confessions of an Action Star, Bad Actress and Trophy Kids. On the small screen he originated the role of Peter in The Comeback, and had guest starring roles on Scrubs, Absolutely Fabulous and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. His stage appearances include Phil D'armano in the original Broadway cast of the Tony Awards and Grammy Award nominated The Wild Party and as Miss Understanding in the original Broadway cast of the Tony Awards nominated Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. He received a Drama League Award nomination for the role of Rey Rey in the off-Broadway production of Wig Out and won an Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Feature Performer in a Musical in The Wild Party LA Premiere in 2006. More recently, he has appeared in the role of Carson in Hit the Wall at The Barrow Street Theatre and as Willy in The View UpStairs. He earned a 2005 Best Classical Album Grammy Award for Songs of Innocence and of Experience as a soloist.

Nathan Lee Graham is a graduate of Webster University in St. Louis, MO.

In 2017, Graham won the Jose Esteban Munoz Award from CLAGS: the Center for LGBTQ Studies (formerly known as Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies) at The Graduate Center, CUNY. The award is given to an LGBTQ Activist who promotes Queer Studies outside of academia.[1]

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  1. ^ "LGBTQ Pride Month: A Conversation with Broadway Artists-Activists". www.gc.cuny.edu.

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