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Michael Urie will join the cast of Broadway’s hit revival How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying for a five-month run starting at the end of January. According to the show’s producers, Urie will take over for Christopher J. Hanke as snobby scion Bud Frump, the nephew of corporate big shot J.B. Biggley and rival of lovable social climber J. Pierrepont Finch. (How to Succeed is set in a universe where everyone has an awesome name.) Urie will join the show starting Jan. 24, which will also mark Nick Jonas’ debut as Finch. They’ll be joined by Beau Bridges, »
- Darren Franich
Did you know Anika Noni- Rose is an investor in the Broadway play How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying? The stage and television actress recently tweeted about her excitement for the show.
The play, which premiered this Sunday, stars Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe along with John Larroquette, Rose Hemingway, Tammy Blanchard, Christopher J. Hanke, Rob Bartlett, Mary Faber, Ellen Harvey, Michael Park and Anderson Cooper.
I guess Oprah‘s not the only one makin’ power moves!
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