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Chris Colfer is an American actor, singer, author and producer known for his portrayal of Kurt Hummel on the television series Glee. Colfer’s portrayal of Kurt has received much critical praise, and he has been the recipient of several awards, including Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards.

He has way too garnered a lot of award nominations, which incorporate the 2010 and 2011 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. In April 2011, Colfer was named one of the 2011 Time 100, Time’s record of the 100 most influential men and women. He is also a New York Times number-one bestselling author and publisher of Struck by Lightning and The Land of Stories. At the age of eighteen, Colfer starred as Russel Fish in Russel Fish: The Sausage and Eggs Incident, a limited film where an awkward teenager must pass a Presidential Physical Fitness test or fail gym class and lose his admission to Harvard University.

Colfer’s 1st TV role came in 2009 when he was cast as Kurt Hummel on Fox’s Glee. Kurt is a fashionable gay countertenor who is routinely bullied at school, not only for being gay, but also for being part of the very unpopular Glee Club. Colfer auditioned for the part of Artie Abrams, who uses a wheelchair, a role which eventually went to Kevin McHale. The show’s creator, Ryan Murphy, was so impressed with Colfer that he designed the role of Kurt especially for him, and in the process, scrapped a planned character called Rajish so they could contribute Kurt.

NameChris Colfer
Height
NaionalityAmreican
Date of Birth27-May-1990
Place of BirthClovis, California, USA
Famous forActting

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