Happy 43rd birthday to Randy Harrison!
Queer as Folk alum Randy Harrison turns 43 today.
Randy has had a thriving career on the stage since the beloved Showtime series about queer life in Pittsburgh how left the air 13 years ago after five seasons.
Randy starred in a production of Angels in America at Berkeley Rep in 2018 and a year earlier starred as George in the Guthrie Theatre production of Sunday in the Park With George. A few years ago, he led the national tour of the musical Cabaret as the Emcee – the role that won Joel Grey an Oscar, Alan Cumming a Tony and has also been played by Neil Patrick Harris, among others. He reprised the role last year for a run at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine.
He has appeared in productions on Broadway and off-Broadway, at the Public Theater and in productions at such regional theaters as Yale Repertory Theater, The Guthrie Theater, and Shakespeare Theatre DC.
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