Anthony Rapper is an American artist, voice entertainer, theater artisan, creator, and entertainer best known for starting Mark Cohen’s creation of Broadway for Rent.
It has also been featured in numerous shows and films including Star Trek: Discovery, Kidnapped, Rent, The Beach Boys: An American Family, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Dazed and Confused, Assault at West Point: The Court-Martial of Johnson Whitaker, 13 Reasons Why, The Good Fight, Nick, Six Degrees of Separation, Adventures in Babysitting, A Beautiful Mind, The Passing of Winter, Let Them Tweet for a While, and The Other Woman.
Anthony uses the pronouns he/she. He spent his early childhood years in Joliet, Illinois. His family separated in 1974.
As a young man, he was involved in the local theater and earned honors for singing in middle school.
|Date of Birth||1971-10-26|
Actor, voice actor, author
|place of birth|
|birth nation||United States of America|
New York University (drop out)
|net value||6 million dollars|
|source of wealth|
|marital status||betrothed / engaged|
|sexual orientation||Like me|
|to rise||5 ft 8 in|
|body type||moderate build|
Anthony Rapp made his dramatic film debut as Daryl Coppersmith in the 1987 teen parody film, Adventures in Babysitting.
He conveyed a close attachment to his mother who passed away at the age of 55 from 1997.
He landed the role of Charlie Brown in the 1999 Broadway revival of You A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Anthony co-stars as Bender in the 2001 feature film A Beautiful Mind.
It is based on the presence of the American mathematician John Nash, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics and champion of the Abel Prize. In 2014, Lucas began working on the tune If / Then. This job won him the Broadway.com Audience Award for “Best Beloved Actor in a Musical”.
He’s a die-hard Chicago Cubs fan. Anthony Rapp was a dear companion with comedian, artist, artist, television and film director Andy Dick.
On September 9, 2020, Kevin Spacey is sued for sexual assault, battery, and willful punishment for inciting trouble under the Child Victims Act.