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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 28 December 1964Chicago, Illinois, USA
Birth NameHugh Malcolm Gerard Gets
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Malcolm Gets was born in Chicago but lived in New Jersey until he was 5. Both of his parents are of English ancestry. His mother, Lispbeth, was a special educationist and his father, Terence, works as a college textbook representative for a Boston-based publisher and runs in many competitve marathons. Malcolm has one younger and one older sister and one older brother. He attended Fort Clarke Middle School, where he skipped the 8th grade, and Buchholz High where he skipped the 12th grade. At age 16 he attended the University of Florida as a scholarship student, where he earned his BFA in Theatre. Malcolm completed his graduate studies at Yale Drama School, where he received his M.A. He is a singer, dancer, conductor, composer, classically trained pianist, vocal director, choreographer and actor.

Malcom began to practice the piano at age 8 and began singing at age 14. His aspiration was to be a classical pianist. He worked as a stockboy in Barney's, as a puppeteer at Radio City Music Hall, played piano at "Cats" auditions, weddings, bar-mitzvahs and concert halls. He loves all types of music, especially classical. He enjoys cooking, reading and Shakespeare. Malcolm's favorite show as a child was All in the Family (1971). His favorite composer is Stephen Sondheim.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kelly E.F. Wiebe (senhue@mts.net)

Trivia (9)

Has English parents. His mother, Lisbeth, taught at his school. Terence, his father, works as a college textbook representative.
Has one younger sister, one older sister and one older brother.
He started singing at age 14. Started to play piano at age 8.
His skills are: actor, dancer, singer, composer, classically trained pianist, vocal director and choreographer.
Best Newcomer's Award for acting by the University of Florida
Former jobs include stockboy in Barney's, puppeteer at Radio City, played piano and sang at weddings, bar-mitzvahs and concert halls.
Attended Fort Clarke Middle School and Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Florida
Danced with Pofahl Studios in Gainesville, Florida as a teenager.
Was nominated for Broadway's 2003 Tony Award as Best Actor (Musical) for "Amour."

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