Aaron Lazar has one of the most versatile careers of any leading man. He has graced the stage in 11 Broadway productions originating roles alongside Sting in The Last Ship, Angela Lansbury and Catherine Zeta-Jones in A Little Night Music, and Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen in Impressionism after breaking out opposite Kelli O’Hara in The Light in the Piazza. Aaron garnered a Drama Desk Award nomination for his powerhouse performance as Enjolras in the first Broadway revival of Les Misérables and is also known for his work as Larry Murphy in the first national tour of Dear Evan Hansen. On-screen, Aaron has worked with some of Hollywood’s biggest directors including Martin Scorsese, Clint Eastwood and the Russo brothers, and recently starred opposite Kim Catrall as the charismatic Reverend Paul Thomas on Fox’s “Filthy Rich.” Aaron loves to connect with his fans and teach. BA Duke University. MFA Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Be sure to ask him about his new producing project, the album Broadway Lullabies and his series “NYC” in development with Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Nicholas Pileggi.