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Steve Kazee Biography
Steve Kazee is an American actor, musician, and singer, well known for his roles Nick Garrett in ‘Working Class’, Curtis Ballard in ‘Legends’, Gus Pfender in ‘Shameless’, Riff Bell in ‘Nashville’, Frank in ‘The Walking Dead’.Steve Kazee
Steve Kazee Age
Kazee was born on 30th of October 1975 in Ashland, Kentucky, United States. He is 43 years old as of 2018.
Steve Kazee Family | Young
Kazee has not shared any information about his family, there is also no information about his early life and how he was raised up. Steve was very close to his mother Kathy Kazee, he dedicated his 2012 Tony Award to his mother who was recently passed.
Steve Kazee Married | Wife
He is in a relationship with his new girlfriend Jenna Dewan. The pair began dating in October, months after the 37-year-old the World of Dance host Jenna’s split with husband Channing Tatum, whom she had married on July 11, 2009. He is officially filed for divorce after nine years of his marriage with Channing. The former couple shares one child, a daughter Everly Tatum, 5, together. Likewise, Steve was also in a short-term relationship with girlfriend Michelle Beadle.
Steve Kazee Education
Steve got enrolled and studied at Fairview High School, the public high school located in Westwood, Boyd County, Kentucky. Steve later joined Morehead State University where he studied for the Bachelor of Arts at the Morehead State University (MSU). After moving to New York he joined Tisch School of the Arts where he mastered in Fine Arts (MFA)
Steve Kazee Career
Kazee began his career in 2006 played Dumas Shepherd in an episode of the television series Conviction. In 2007, he later appeared as Michael Barlow in Medium and Mark Green in Numb3rs. In 2008, he appeared on NCIS as Michael Locke. In 2009, he played Dominic Humphreys on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Kazee had a starring role on the CMT’s Working Class (2011), in which he played Nick Garrett.
In 2013 he appeared on Elementary as Jeff Hines and on Drop Dead Diva as Dustin Wycott. In 2015, he played Gus Pfender in a recurring role in season 5 and 6 of Showtime’s series Shameless. He later appeared in the New York Shakespeare Festival’s As You Like It in June 2005. He appeared in Seascape on Broadway in November 2005 as the Leslie understudy. In January 2006, he appeared as Timmy Cleary in The Subject Was Roses, which played at the Kennedy Center.
He was later cast as a replacement for Sir Lancelot in Spamalot on Broadway in April 2006. In 2007, he starred as Bill Starbuck in the revival of 110 in the Shade on Broadway, In 2008, he played Sobinsky in To Be Or Not To Be, which ran from September 16 through November 16 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
Kazee starred as Guy in the stage adaptation of Once, He originated the role Off-Broadway when it opened at the New York Theatre Workshop on December 6, 2011. Once began previews on Broadway on February 28, 2012, and opened on March 18, 2012, at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. Kazee made several TV appearances promoting Once, including Late Show with David Letterman and Today Show.
Kazee won the 2012 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical. Kazee and the cast of Once won the Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards. He is featured on Christina Perri’s song “A Thousand Years, Pt. 2,” which appears on The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
In 2017 it was announced that Kazee would star in the stage adaptation of the 1990 film Pretty Woman, opposite Samantha Barks in her Broadway debut. The musical, titled Pretty Woman: The Musical, is directed by Jerry Mitchell and premiered in Chicago in March 2018 and later opened on Broadway in August 2018. After performing as Edward in the Chicago production, Kazee left Pretty Woman: The Musical due to “family reasons.” He was replaced by Andy Karl when the production transferred to Broadway.
Steve Kazee Net Worth
Steve has pretty much on the richer side. He has not revealed the net worth and the property empire he has built for himself. But considering the fact that he has appeared in a few popular TV shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2009), Working Class (2011), Once (2011-2013), Elementary (2013), his net worth is obvious to be huge.
Steve Kazee Tv Shows | Movies
- 2018–Pretty Woman:
- 2008- To Be or Not to Be
- 2006- The Subject Was Roses
- 2006- Monty Python’s Spamalot
- 2005–2006- Seascape
- 2005 As You Like It
- 2019- The Walking Dead
- 2018- Blindspot
- 2016- Nashville
- 2016- Drew
- 2015–2016- Shameless
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Steve Kazee Quotes
- I’m just gonna leave this right here. I have been saying this for years. You are your agent’s boss and not the other way around. This is what the WGA is standing for and I stand with the WGA.
- My mother always used to say before the shows- Stand up and show whose little boy you are.
- Bodega Cats are the only thing I miss about NYC
- Learn from the victories. Learn from the losses. Keep fighting for the America you want for you and for the next generation. Be strong. Be relentless.
- Just saw Kazee was the #2 trending topic on twitter and panicked that maybe I had died.
- My family was poor, one of my earliest memories was waiting for government hand out food, the area I grew up was an economically hard hit area.
- I never really liked school, I was just bored, there was just too much book, I just did not go to class, that is how I flunked out. When I went to High school, theatre program changed my life experience
- I don’t have to be miserable to act miserable, I know how miserable feels like, For example If I have to think of loss, I’ll think of my mother.
- Does anyone of us actually know who we are?
- I’m not afraid of emotions, I like emotions, I’m a crier.
- In the world right now, there is just not a lot of privacy, I think when you try to conceal everything, you just create a bigger issues, so I put it out there [on social media] Instead of concealing
- As a straight man, I love going to a) Drag shows (it is just an art form) b) Gay bars (he likes the music and dance)
- I’m a very vocal supporter of Gay rights, I’ll be till the end of time, I often think as a straight person that it is my duty to support LGBT because straight are the people who are oppressing LGBT
- I like many odd-ball actors
- I like doing Sitcoms, but it is not something I’d like to spend my time doing