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Bart Shatto

From the stages of Broadway, where he played the pivotal role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, to packed arenas on tour with the Gold/Platinum selling rock-symphonic band, The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Bart has delighted audiences with his magnificent talents. Year after year, fans faithfully return to hear him sing "Old City Bar" dressed in ... See full bio »

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 2015 Green Screen (Short)
Dr. Kirby
 2014 Finding Father (Video short)
 2014/II Freedom
 2013 Reunion 108
Disgruntled Player
 2013 Powerplegic
Mr. Smith
 2012 The Detestables (Short)
Clark Jacob Dean / Thrice
 2012 Teens Like Phil (Short)
Phil's Dad
 2011 The Writer. (Short)
Warren Christopher Logue
 2010 Gaspard and Lisa (Short)
Gaspard's Papa (voice)
 2010 Opening Fright (Short)
 2002 Sleepless Nights (Video)
Dr. Jacob Sloane
 1998 Ghost Stories (TV Series)
 1997 Ghost Stories (TV Movie)
Clayton Wagner
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 2012 The Detestables (Short) (executive producer)
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 1999 The 53rd Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
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: Portrayed the role of Quincey Morris in "Dracula" on Broadway. A musical by Frank Wildhorn, Don Black and Christopher Hampton (directed by Des MacAnuff (Belasco Theater, New York City, New York, USA). (1999-2001) Also, played the role of Jean Valjean in the Broadway and National Tour production of "Les Miserables" . Bart is a... See more »


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When Bart was in high school, he was spotted by a talent scout at an audition in Chicago to read with John Hughes (in Chicago) for the role of "The Geek" in film "The Breakfast Club". The role was eventually given to Anthony Michael Hall. See more »


Creating the character of "Gerald McNally" - the schizophrenic/homeless man known for singing the acoustic folk song "Old City Bar" with the symphonic rock band Trans-Siberian Orchestra


"Blart" or "Bartolomeus"

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