10 June 2012 6:08 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

In an upset, Christian Borle won the Tony Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Play on Sunday, beating out the heavily favored Andrew Garfield.  Borle, known to millions for his role on NBC's "Smash," picked up the honor for his performance as the villainous Black Stache in "Peter and the Starcatcher."  Also read: Neil Patrick Harris Kicks Off Tony Awards Welcoming Crowd to '50 Shades of Gay' "Thank you for making my mom very, very happy with this great honor and for this great moment in time," Borle said.  The play by Rick Elice »


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