Pop singer/songwriter and Broadway actor Cheyenne Jackson made a steady rise to recognition on both the stage and big screen during the 2000s. With television gigs on prominent shows like Glee and 30 Rock, roles in feature films such as 2014's Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks and a steady career on stage with staring roles in Broadway productions such as Zanadu, All Shook Up and Altar Boys, he has proven himself a versatile entertainer who transitions seamlessly between backdrops. As a pop singer in his own right, Jackson has sold out the iconic Carnegie Hall, most notably during his critically acclaimed concert series Music of the Mad Men Era, in 2011. Also known for his support of LGBT rights, he splits his time between performing and serving as the ambassador for the Foundation for AIDS Research as well as the The Hetrick-Martin Institute.
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