Whether you know him for his work on Broadway (Catch Me If You Can, Next To Normal), film (Enjolras in Les Miserables) or television (recurring as Tripp on Gossip Girl), Aaron Tveit has been turning heads for quite some time now.
One thing he hasn’t done before – been a series regular on television. That changes this summer when Tveit headlines the new USA crime drama Graceland. As Undercover FBI agent Mike Warren, Tveit will join a Southern California safe house (dubbed ‘Graceland’ for its safety and sanctuary for the undercover agents) where hunky Daniel Sunjata (also a stage vet for his work as a gay baseball player in Take Me Out) plays veteran agent Briggs who teaches Mike the ropes.
We caught up with Tveit at NBC’s recent TCA party and not only talked about Graceland but whether Tveit will be rushing back to the stage as soon as his hiatus begins. »
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