Groff booked his initial acting job in 2005 as a swing/dance captain for the musical “In My Life” by Joseph Brooks. The musical was about a boy with Tourette’s Syndrome, and Groff understudied the add element. He will not performed in the role. Groff originated the role of Melchior Gabor in the Broadway production of Spring Awakening. He played the role from the musical’s Broadway debut on December 10, 2006 through May 18, 2008. He way too played the very same role in the original Off Broadway production earlier during the summer of 2006. Groff also was in the National Tour of The Sound of Music as Rolf, and appeared in Fame at the North Shore Music Theater in Beverly, Massachusetts. In April 2007, he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his role in Spring Awakening. In May 2007, he was nominated for the Tony Award as Best Leading Actor in a Musical for his performance, with the award eventually likely to David Hyde Pierce.
In August 2010 he manufactured his West End debut in Deathtrap, at the Noel Coward Theatre in a production directed by Matthew Warchus. Groff returned to Glee at the end of the second season, where his character tried to ask Rachel for forgiveness. He returned to the show on May 10 to finish out the remainder of the second season. Despite leaving the show for the first part of its third season, Groff returned to Glee in Saturday Night Glee-ver as the coach of his former Glee club, Vocal Adrenaline.
|Day of Birth||26-March-1985|
|Place of Birth||Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States|