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Andrew Scott Rannells born August 23, is an American actor, voice actor, and singer. Rannells received his second Tony nomination in for his performance as Whizzer in the Broadway revival of Falsettos. He is the fourth of five siblings, with three sisters and an older brother. His family has an Irish and Polish background. His family lived in the Hanscom Park neighborhood in Omaha. Rannells was 11 when he did his first play. He did community theater with Conor Oberst. Rannells also did voice-over work and commercials, including a Grease spoof with Amy Adams.
Andrew Scott Rannells born August 23, is an American actor, voice actor, and singer. He received his second Tony nomination in for his performance as Whizzer in the Broadway revival of Falsettos. Rannells was 11 when he acted in his first play. Rannells moved to New York City in after high school, studying theater at Marymount Manhattan College for two years before he started auditioning full-time and began landing roles. For about three years, from —04, he worked with 4Kids Entertainment , a New York City animation production company, where his Omaha voice-over work served him well. He also directed a small number of video games, "Kirby" and "Sonic the Hedgehog. Before winning his first Broadway role, Rannells had parts in a number of regional theater productions, including Hedwig and the Angry Inch , Miss Saigon , and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Iden Payne Awards in September , which honor outstanding achievements in Austin theater.
Andrew Rannells and I are watching the trailer for Fire Island — the new reality show that follows six gay men as they summer at the Pines — on my phone. He tells me he spent much of his summer on Fire Island last year, so as you might expect, he provides some expert commentary. Part of what he loved so much about Elijah on Girls — his first TV gig — was that he could play a messy, aimless something without having to worry about whether he was creating a positive representation of a gay man. During a visit to the New York offices, Rannells talks about competition among actors in the industry, the pressures of doing a network show, and teaching the Girls crew the mechanics of anal sex. How did that come about?