3-Time Tony-Award Nominee

Robin de Jesùs

Robin de Jesùs is one of the most versatile and beloved performers working on Broadway and television today. Robin began acting at an early age, and first gained fans for his performance in the popular independent film Camp, which also starred a young Anna Kendrick. Robin scored his first Tony Award nomination in 2008 for his performance as Sonny in the 2008 hit musical In The Heights. His second Tony Award nomination came for his star turn as Jacob in the 2010 Broadway revival of La Cage aux Folles, and in 2019 Robin nominated for a third time for playing Emory in The Boys in the Band, a role he also reprised in the Netflix feature film adaptation. Robin has also starred on Broadway as Boq in Wicked and Angel in Rent. Robin will soon be featured in Netflix’s adaptation of Tick Tick Boom, produced by his buddy Lin-Manuel Miranda. Robin loves to connect to his fans for meet-and-greets, coaching, and events.  Don’t forget to ask him about breaking into acting and what it’s like to be at the Tony Awards!

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Robin de Jesùs is one of the most versatile and beloved performers working on Broadway and television today. Robin began acting at an early age, and first gained fans for his performance in the popular independent film Camp, which also starred a young Anna Kendrick. Robin scored his first Tony Award nomination in 2008 for his performance as Sonny in the 2008 hit musical In The Heights. His second Tony Award nomination came for his star turn as Jacob in the 2010 Broadway revival of La Cage aux Folles, and in 2019 Robin nominated for a third time for playing Emory in The Boys in the Band, a role he also reprised in the Netflix feature film adaptation. Robin has also starred on Broadway as Boq in Wicked and Angel in Rent. Robin will soon be featured in Netflix’s adaptation of Tick Tick Boom, produced by his buddy Lin-Manuel Miranda. Robin loves to connect to his fans for meet-and-greets, coaching, and events.  Don’t forget to ask him about breaking into acting and what it’s like to be at the Tony Awards!