His last performance with the tour was on December 6, 2008, in Toronto.In January 2009, he reprised the role of Gaudio in the musical's Broadway production.Wikipedia is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization.
His acting debut came with his first film, 54, as a clubgoer.He wrote and directed a short film, Highs and Lows with Darrell M. It wasn’t a violent slap; it was more of a pissy slap. You don’t slap a girl.”I definitely had all those concerns. It’s a very aggressive move, so the only possible way into it, for me, was to consider it funny or reactionary. It wasn’t like he hit her very hard, but you don’t see a guy slap a girl like that on TV very often.Bartha starred as Max in the Broadway revival of the play Lend Me a Tenor by Ken Ludwig.
He performed alongside Tony Shalhoub, Anthony La Paglia, Brooke Adams, and Jan Maxwell.
He won the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album for his performance in the musical's Original Broadway Cast Recording. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License; additional terms may apply.
) plays Hannah's somewhat smug, fresh-out-of-the-closet ex-boyfriend Elijah, who memorably got the last word in when she accused him of giving her HPV ("It was nice to see you. Recently, he delivered a pissy little slap to Marnie's petulant, pink-cheeked face during a Bushwick warehouse party after she told him his voice sounded like "a bag of dying babies." Do we sense a pattern here? I sort of imagined it the way that dog trainers hit a dog, the way that they pop them on the mouth, and say “No! I mean, I live in the East Village, and I feel like that’s the demographic who watches that show — or at least a large pocket of them certainly live in my neighborhood. But then there are little pockets in Midtown where I’m recognized for doing The Book of Mormon but not so much for the Girls stuff.
Justin Lee Bartha (born July 21, 1978) is an American actor, known for his roles as Riley Poole in the National Treasure film series, Doug Billings in The Hangover trilogy, and David Sawyer in the NBC comedy series The New Normal.
Bartha began his film career behind the camera as a production assistant on the film Analyze This.
Rannells originated the role of Elder Price in The Book of Mormon, a musical written by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q composer Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx.