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Brian Stokes Mitchell is a renowned movie, stage and television actor from the United States of America. Mitchell exhibits an impactful baritone and has successfully been amongst the leading male stage actors of the famous Broadway Theater since the decade of the early ‘90s. For his phenomenal performance in the musical called Kiss Me, Kate he won in the category of Best Actor in a Musical at the Tony Awards in 2000. If you are a fan of his work or would like to be a part of an amazing live entertaining show, then this is the ideal opportunity for you to get hold of your Brian Stokes Mitchell tickets and revel into a fantastic show that will be truly unforgettable.
He was born and raised in Seattle in Washington. His father was employed as a civilian engineer by the U.S. Navy, so he basically grew up travelling to several military bases throughout the world. When he was in his teens, he resided in San Diego in California. It was his stay in San Diego, where he embarked on pursuing acting lessons in his school for musical productions. In 1998, he starred in the Broadway production called Mail. In 1990, he was seen performing in Oh, Kay! In 1992, he starred in Jelly’s Last Jam which was a show that had been based on the remarkable works of Jelly Roll Morton, a jazz musician.
In 2001, he starred in King Hedley II for which he received a Tony Award nomination, in 1993, he performed in Kiss of the Spider Woman, in 1999 he starred his Kiss Me, Kate for which he won a Tony Award, in 2002 Mitchell performed in Man of La Mancha he received a nomination from the Tony Awards for this. Mitchell starred in various productions of Jule Styne’s like Do Re Mi, then in 2002 he performed in Carnival by Bob Merril and then in 2006 in Kismet.
Brian has also effectively managed to perform in several movies as well as television shows. In 1979, he acted out in the role of John Dolan in the popular Roots: The Next Generations. From 1979 till 1986, he was seen acting in the role of Dr. Justin ‘Jackpot’ Jackson on the show called Trapper John, M.D. Furthermore he has also made many celebrity guest appearances on shows like $100,000 and $25,000 as a panelist. He also acted in the hit television series of The Fresh prince of Bel-Air and also on Fraiser. For the Disney animated movie called The Prince of Egypt that came out in 1998, he lent his vocals for the character of Jethro in a song. In March 2010, he was seen guest starring in the popular television series called Ugly Betty. Mitchell has also done several voice-overs for many animated movies.
On the 9th of June in 2005, he performed in a concert format of the musical called South Pacific that was of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s and took place at the celebrated Carnegie Hall. Other actors of this show were Alec Baldwin and Reba McEntire. The show was recorded and the broadcasted on the 26th of April in 2006 by the PBS Network. At the moment, Mitchell is the Chairman of the known Board of Actor’s Fund. He released his first solo album known as Brain Stokes Mitchell on the 6th of June in 2006. With the well known Mormon Tabernacle Choir, he has performed in a spectacular Christmas concert that has come out on CD as well as on DVD and is called Ring Christmas Bells. On the 30th of October in 2012, his CD called Simply Broadway came out.
In 2010, Brian Stokes Mitchell went back to Broadway and took a role in which he starred with Patti LuPone that was a musical based on the movie called Women on the verge of a Nervous Breakdown by Pedro Almodovar. He is surely one of those entertainers in the industry today who really know how to keep their audiences hooked and completely captivated. You can now book your Brian Stokes Mitchell tickets and avail the chance of catching one of the most sought-after performers in the entertainment industry today. This will truly be a live event that you are going to cherish for a long time to come.