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Adam Kantor Bio, Age, Broadway, Wife, Height And Last Five Years

Adam Kantor Biography

Adam Kantor is an American actor and singer, best known for his roles on Broadway, most notably Mark Cohen in the closing cast of Rent, which was captured in Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway, Motel in the 2015 revival of Fiddler on the Roof, and as an original cast member in The Band’s Visit.

Adam Kantor Age

He was born in Great Neck, Long Island in New York, and is of Jewish descent from Eastern Europe.

Adam Kantor Background

He attended and graduated from John L. Miller Great Neck North High School and Northwestern University, where he majored in theatre, in 2008. Soon after college, he landed a starring role, portraying Mark Cohen in the closing cast of the Broadway musical Rent, with the last performance made into a film, Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway.

Adam Kantor Wife

There is no information about any of his relationships. He is possibly single.

He and Alexandra Silber are an onstage couple.

Adam Kantor Career

On Broadway, he has also appeared in the musical Next to Normal as an understudy and replacement for Henry.

He starred in the 2013 Off-Broadway revival of the musical The Last Five Years. He has also appeared Off-Broadway in the musicals Avenue Q and Falling for Eve. He portrayed Motel Kamzoil in the Broadway Revival of Fiddler on the Roof at the Broadway Theater.

In 2017, he joined the musical The Band’s Visit as Telephone Guy for its transfer to Broadway. In 2018, while still in The Band’s Visit, he and Brian Bordainick created Story Course, an interactive musical theater dinner in New York City that tells the stories of immigrants.

Adam Kantor Height

He has a height of around 5’7″

Adam Kantor Movies &TV Shows

Theater

2008: Rent as Mark Cohen
2010: Next to Normal as Henry (Understudy/Replacement)
2010: Falling for Eve as God (male)
2011: Avenue Q as Princeton/Rod
2012: Nobody Loves You as Jeff
2013: The Last Five Years as Jamie Wellerstein
2014: The Two Gentlemen of Verona as Proteus
2014-2015: Diner as Eddie
2015-2016: Fiddler on the Roof as Motel Kamzoil
2017-present: The Band’s Visit as Telephone Guy

Filmography

2008: Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway as Mark Cohen
2009: The Good Wife as Ezra
2011: A Novel Romance as Metro Employee
2017: Billions as Pununzio

Adam Kantor Broadway

He is a member of Broadway  as an actor and singer,

Adam Kantor Last Five Years

Betsy Wolfe and Adam Kantor to Reprise Roles in THE LAST FIVE YEARS in Concert in Miami

Miami New Drama (MiND) at Colony Theatre is presenting a one-night-only concert version of the beloved 2013 revival of Off-Broadway show, The Last Five Years.

The evening will showcase Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown’s composition of the celebrated musical. The leading Broadway stars, Betsy Wolfe and Adam Kantor, will sing on stage as they portray Cathy and Jamie, a young couple with a passion to find love, with a pianist alongside.

The praised show will have its concert showcase on Sunday, March 5, 2017, at 7 p.m.

“We feel very fortunate to be working with the talented Betsy Wolfe and Adam Kantor for The Last Five Years,” said Michel Hausmann, Artistic Director of MiND. “We can’t wait for Miami to experience this unique musical concert with Broadway stars.”

Kantor and Wolfe are both celebrated young Broadway stars who will both be making their Miami debut with this critically acclaimed and highly contemporary show, which they have toured with rapturous reception all over the U.S.

Ten years ago, Wolfe made her concert debut at Carnegie Hall as a headliner with the Cincinnati Pops and since then has been seen in Broadway favorites including Falsettos, Bullets Over Broadway, Everyday Rapture, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Kantor made his Broadway debut as Mark Cohen in Rent and has continued his work in Off-Broadway productions of Avenue Q, Falling for Eve, the revival of The Last Five Years and recently played the role of Motel Kamzoil on Broadway’s Fiddler on the Roof.

The Last Five Years follows two twenty-something New Yorkers that dive into a marriage fueled by their desire to find “the one.” In the musical, the couple finds navigating the waters of love and matrimony daunting in a city where professional and personal passions collide. Cathy and Jamie face their emotions on their own in a unique twist at one instant in time. While Cathy’s journey is told from end to beginning, Jamie expresses his love from beginning to end as the two share the same stage. This young couple’s hope that love endures the test of time will prove only the strongest relationships survive.

You can get the full article from: www.broadwayworld.com

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