Aaron Lazar is a Broadway, film and television star who most recently starred opposite Kim Catrall on Fox’s new tv series “Filthy Rich”. Other highlights include: Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: End Game, The Wolf of Wallstreet and This is Where I Leave You; recurring roles on FX’s “The Strain” and ABCs “Quantico,” and Larry Murphy in the national tour of Dear Evan Hansen. Aaron has starred in 11 Broadway productions and been a guest soloist with some of the worlds top symphonies. He produced the album Broadway Lullabies to soothe families in times of need, available on ITunes and streaming everywhere. @aaronscottlazar
On film, Aaron has worked with acclaimed directors Clint Eastwood (J.Edgar), Martin Scorsese (The Wolf of Wallstreet), Shawn Levy (This is Where I Leave You), Mary Harron (The Notorious Bettie Page) and The Russo Brothers (Avengers: Infinity War & Avengers: Endgame).
On television Aaron is one of the stars of “Filthy Rich”, a new series that premiered on FOX. Recurring roles include: “Quantico”, “The Strain”, “Girl Meets World,” and “The Onion News Network.” Guest star roles include ”The Blacklist,” “Blue Bloods,” “The Good Wife,” “Bull”, “The Good Fight”, “Unforgettable”,FOX’s “The Following,” and more.
Mr. Lazar has starred in 11 Broadway productions. He debuted in The Phantom of the Opera; originated roles in the world premieres of A Tale of Two Cities, Impressionism and The Last Ship; starred in the revivals of A Little Night Music and Les Miserables (Drama Desk Award nomination); and romanced audiences in The Light in the Piazza at Lincoln Center and Live from Lincoln Center on PBS. Last year he starred as Larry Murphy in the first national tour of the Tony Award-winning smash Dear Evan Hansen.
Aaron has also been a guest artist with some of the world’s top symphonies, including The New York Philharmonic, The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, The National Symphony Orchestra at The Kennedy Center, The Boston Pops, The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra at Masada, The English National Opera Orchestra and The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. His acclaimed solo concert from Broadway to Hollywood has played cabaret clubs and PACs around the US. www.aaronlazar.com @aaronscottlazar on IG.
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