Gregg Edelman (born September 12, 1958) is an American movie, television and theatre actor.
Edelman was born in Chicago, Illinois and was trained at Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois). He is married to actress Carolee Carmello, with whom he has a daughter Zoe age 14, and son Ethan and resides with his family in Leonia, New Jersey. He made his Broadway debut in the 1979 production of Evita and started attracting serious attention as Cliff in the 1987 Broadway revival of Cabaret.
- Camelot, Lancelot, 1980
- Evita, Ensemble, 1980–1981
- Oliver!, Londoner, 1984
- Cats, Bustopher Jones/Gus/Growltiger, 1986
- Cabaret, Clifford Bradshaw, 1987
- Anything Goes, Billy Crocker, 1988
- City of Angels, Stine, 1989
- Anna Karenina, Constantine Levin, 1992
- Falsettos, Marvin, 1993
- Greetings, Andy Gorski, 1993
- Passion, Colonel Ricci, 1994
- 1776, Edward Rutledge, 1997
- Les Misérables, Javert, 1999
- Thief River, Ray 2/Reese, 2001
- Reefer Madness, Lecturer, 2001
- Into the Woods, Wolf/Cinderella's Prince, 2002
- Wonderful Town, Robert Baker, 2003
- Opening Doors, Performer, 2004
- Flight, Charles Lindbergh, 2005
- Rags (World AIDS Day Concert), Nathan, 2006
- A Tale of Two Cities, Dr. Alexandre Manette, 2008.
Awards and nominations
"I started crying like a teenage girl." - Gregg Edelman on learning of his Into the Woods Tony nomination, to Broadway.com, May 2002.
- Feldberg, Robert. "My oh my oh, he's come a ways", The Record (Bergen County), November 23, 2003. Accessed May 27, 2008. "That's because Edelman, who lives with his family in Leonia, is a hardy perennial on Broadway."
- "Gregg Edelman, Star File". Broadway.com. 2004-04-18. Retrieved February 18, 2008.
- , Broadway.com, July 23, 2008
- Gregg Edelman at the Internet Broadway Database
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- Gregg Edelman at Broadway.com
- An interview, circa 2004
- A Tale of Two Cities
- Gregg Edelman on Facebook
- REDIRECT Template:DramaDesk MusicalFeaturedActor 1975–2000
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