Kristin Chenoweth and Maddie
and Emmy-Award winning actress Kristin Chenoweth effortlessly
transitions between stage, television and film with the captivating
grace that only she can project.
Kristin spent 2010 on Broadway with a succesful run in the hit revival
of Promises, Promises starring as Fran Kubelik. She
ended 2010 and welcomed in 2011 with 2 sold out New Year's Eve concerts
at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. This was followed by a
month of filming the movie Family Weekend, due for
release in 2012.
In 2011 she released her fourth CD entitled Some Lessons
Learned. She also reprised her guest starring role on Glee
as April Rhodes, which
earned her an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy
Series. She also had the honor of singing for Oprah Winfrey as part of
the Farewell To Oprah Surprise Spectacular, a very
special and memorable event which was followed by another very special
honor, a performance for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and President
Obama at a private reception in Great Britain.
This May, Kristin will embark on her first National concert tour. She will visit 19 cities, starting in Seattle on May 9 and ending in her hometown of Broken Arrow, OK on June 24.
Kristin is currently starring as Carlene Cockburn in the new ABC series
GCB. In addition, she will be seen
later in 2012 in the movie Outrun, co-starring with
Bradley Cooper and Kristin Bell.
Other credits include: Broadway - You're a Good Man, Charlie
Brown (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards); Wicked
(Tony nomination); The Apple Tree, Steel Pier
(Theatre World Award); and Epic Proportions. Other
NY Theater: Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Stairway to
Paradise, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever and Strike
Up the Band. Film work includes You Again
(2010), Four Christmases, Deck the Halls, RV, The Pink
Panther, Running With Scissors, Stranger Than Fiction and Bewitched.
TV includes the Lifetime movie Twelve Men of Christmas, Glee,
The West Wing, Ugly Betty, The Music Man, Annie, Frasier, Sesame
Street, Kristin, and two seasons as "Olive Snook" on the ABC
dramedy Pushing Daisies for which she won an Emmy
Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy. Her extensive
concert career includes performances at the National Symphony
Orchestra, Boston Pops, Hollywood Bowl, London's Divas at Donmar
series, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center,
Kennedy Center, Washington National Opera and the Metropolitan Opera
House. Albums: Let Yourself Go, As I Am, A Lovely Way To
Spend Christmas. Her book A Little Bit Wicked
debuted at #12 on the NYT Hardcover Non-Fiction Best Seller list.