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ADAM PASCAL (Roger) appeared on the covers of Newsweek and Time, earned a Tony and Drama Desk Award nomination for Best Leading Actor in a Musical, a Theater World Award and an Obie for Outstanding New Talent for the role of Roger in the Broadway production of "Rent.” Adam then went on to open the London production of "Rent” in 1998.

In 2000, Pascal starred in the Broadway production of "Aida” written by Elton John and Tim Rice as Radames for which he earned a Drama League Award. Following "Aida,” Adam was invited by the Roundabout Theater Company to be the final Emcee in the groundbreaking Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of "Cabaret.”

Pascal and Rent co-star Jesse L. Martin produced the hit off-Broadway play "Fully Committed,” which went on to play numerous productions all over North America and is currently playing to sold-out houses in London.

A skilled musician, Pascal released his debut solo CD "Model Prisoner” on Sh-kboom Records, produced by Grammy-winner and Academy Award nominee Joel Moss. His most recent CD, "Civilian,” was released in November, 2004 Pascal's previous feature work has included roles in The School of Rock starring Jack Black and SLC Punk.

Born in the Bronx and raised in Long Island, Pascal currently lives in Westchester with his wife Cybele and their two sons, Lennon and Monte.


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