Megan Hilty and Andrew Rannells pose for cameras on the red carpet at the 2013 TrevorLIVE LA event held at the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday (December 8) in Hollywood. The two actors were both featured on stage that evening alongside Cheyenne Jackson, Brant Daugherty with Naya Rivera, Hannah Simone, and Allison Janney. Megan‘s husband Brian [...]
Will Forte hits the red carpet at the premiere of his new movie Nebraska held during the closing night of the 2013 AFI Fest on Thursday (November 14) at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. The 43-year-old former Saturday Night Live actor was joined by his co-stars Bruce Dern and June Squibb, as well as [...]
Openly gay actor Andrew Rannells is set to make his return on Lena Dunham's HBO comedy series Girls next year. Via Deadline: The Tony-nominated actor is set to reprise his role as Elijah, Hannah's (Dunham) gay ex-boyfriend on the series'...
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From Rickey.org Elijah is on his way back to Manhattan! Tony nominated Book of Mormon actor Andrew Rannells is returning to HBO's Girls. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Rannells abruptly departed the show in the middle of its second season to pursue a lead role in NBC's The New Normal.
Should Girls be renewed for a fourth season, expect to see more Andrew Rannells: According to Deadline, he'd be bumped up to a series regular at that point. Rannells will be on the upcoming third season, too — which starts January 12 — but where there is more Girls, there is... More »
The Book Of Mormon actor Andrew Rannells appeared at the Tony Awards this year in a comedic number bemoaning the many cancelled TV series starring stage actors, along with Smash's Megan Hilty and Go On's Laura Benanti. But Rannells did...Show More Summary
Lena Dunham announced that actor Andrew Rannells will be returning to Season 3 on Girls and will take on a series regular role in (the presumed) Season 4 when Adam Driver is slated to depart. And this is nothing but...
EXCLUSIVE: There will be more of Andrew Rannells on Lena Dunham’s HBO comedy series Girls. The Tony nominated actor is set to reprise his role as Elijah, Hannah’s (Dunham) gay ex-boyfriend on the series’ upcoming third season afterShow More Summary
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During Sunday’s 2013 Tony Awards, Neil Patrick Harris was joined by a few special guests. Andrew Rannells (The New Normal), Megan Hilty (Smash) and Laura Benanti (Go On, The Playboy Club) joined their fellow TV star on stage to sing about their woes when it comes to starring (or not starring) on the little screen. [...]
Brandishing a bottle of booze, Benanti -- formerly of NBC's "Go On" -- declares: "Television sucks!" read more
Success on the Broadway stage doesn't automatically mean success on the small screen, as a number actors can attest. In fact, those actors took the stage with Neil Patrick Harris at last night's 67th Annual Tony Awards to lament their failed series. Show More Summary
Andrew Rannells poses for a photo with Laura Benanti and Megan Hilty backstage after performing at the 2013 Tony Awards held at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday (June 9) in New York City. The actors joined Neil Patrick Harris on stage to sing about their canceled television shows. Andrew starred on The New Normal, [...]
If NBC cancels your TV show, you know you’ll always have a home on the Tony Awards stage. Andrew Rannells,
Andrew Rannells, Megan Hilty, Laura Benanti – Tony Awards 2013 via Rickey.org Andrew Rannells, Megan Hilty and Laura Benanti join Neil Patrick Harris at the 2013 Tony Awards for a "failed TV career" medley. Omigosh. Watch the video here: The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
A roster of Hollywood’s brightest stars will appear