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Brandon Uranowitz

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Nationality Canada

Brandon Uranowitz is an American stage and television actor, best known for one of the lead roles in Baby It's You!, the Broadway musical which tells the story of singer Florence Greenberg.


Prior to Baby, It's You!, Uranowitz had the role of Mark on the national tour of Rent.
He was a 2015 Tony Nominee for his featured performance in An American in Paris.

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Filmography of Brandon Uranowitz (1 films)

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Stage Fright, 1h29
Directed by Jérôme Sable
Origin Canada
Genres Horror comedy, Musical theatre, Horror, Musical, Slasher
Themes Films about music and musicians, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Serial killer films, Musical films, Comedy horror films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Minnie Driver, Meat Loaf, Douglas Smith, Allie MacDonald, Brandon Uranowitz, Melanie Leishman
Roles Artie Getz
Rating52% 2.605062.605062.605062.605062.60506
Ten years ago, Broadway diva Kylie Swanson opened the musical The Haunting of the Opera (a reference to real-life musical The Phantom of the Opera) to a packed audience. That same night, she was murdered backstage by an unknown assailant wearing the mask of the play's villain, Opera Ghost. Years later, Kylie's children Camilla and Buddy have grown into teenagers raised by Roger McCall, a former lover of Kylie's and the producer of a musical theater summer camp on the brink of bankruptcy. When Camilla hears that the camp will be producing a kabuki version of The Haunting of the Opera, she decides that she will sneak into auditions one way or another. She manages to convince a camper overseeing the auditions, Joel Hopton, to let her in and Camilla easily impresses the stage director Artie and wins the lead role of Sofia - much to Buddy's dismay.