Howard McGillin, a strong tenor, has worked extensively in theatre, film and television. An accomplished professional, he has been nominated for Tony Awards for his appearances in "Anything Goes" and "The Mystery of Edwin Drood". McGillin, who is currently playing the role of the Phantom on Broadway, made history on January 9, 2006 as "The Phantom of the Opera" became the longest-running production in Broadway history. On that date, Phantom played performance number 7,486 breaking the previous record of 7,485 set by "Cats". A divorced Father of two sons, Howard McGillin holds the distinction of portraying the Phantom more than any other actor on Broadway with over 1,200 performances.
Howard McGillin and the People of South Park Lyrics
Lyrics for "La Resistance" as sung by the tenor playing the character of Gregory.
IBDb: Howard McGillin
Official Broadway credits for the tenor listing role, dates of production, nominations and awards.
IMDb: Howard McGillin
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The New York Times: Howard McGillin
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BWW TV: Howard McGillin: Unmasked
The star talks candidly about his career and performing in the record breaking performance in this video interview. (May 22, 2006)
The tenor discusses his role in "Peter Pan", the energy required for physically demanding stunts, and what it's like to work with the leading ladies of theater. (December 01, 2004)
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