Vicki Lewis Poster

Other Works

  • Starred on Broadway as Velma Kelly in" Chicago"
  • Has had a career in the New York theatre including the off-Broadway revival of "I Can Get It For You Wholesale, " the 1994 Broadway revival of "Damn Yankees, " "Wind In The Willows, " and the City Center Encores! concert version of "Pal Joey" in 1995.
  • Appeared in the 1994 Broadway revival of "Damn Yankees," playing sports reporter Gloria Thorpe.
  • TV commercial for GladWare (2003)
  • Starred as 'Mole' opposite Nathan Lane's 'Toad' in the Broadway musical "Wind in the Willows" (1985). Unfortunately, the show only ran for a total of four performances.
  • She appeared opposite Bebe Neuwirth and Victor Garber in the hit Broadway revival of "Damn Yankees" (1994) and appeared again with Neuwirth in a concert staging of Rodgers & Hart's "Pal Joey" (1995) which also starred Patti LuPone and Peter Gallagher.
  • (January 2006 - February 2006) Played the dual role of Oolie/Donna in a revival production of the musical "City of Angels" by the Reprise! theatre company in Los Angeles, California.
  • Appeared in a commercial for Ritz Bits (1987).
  • (2006) Starred in the musical "Hotel C'est L'amour" at The Blank Theatre Company in Hollywood, Caifornia.
  • (February 2007 - March 2007) Starred in a production of the musical play "They're Playing Our Song" at El Portal Theatre (North Hollywood, California).
  • Performed as a soloist with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall.
  • Was a member of the celebrity cast of Howard Ashman's musical "Dreamstuff", alongside Eden Espinosa, Fred Willard, David Blue and Luke Macfarlane. The one-night-only performance was directed by Michael Urie from ABC's "Ugly Betty" (2006).
  • (1994) Sang "The Happy New Year Blues" by Irving Berlin on the CD, 'A Broadway Christmas'. The album consisted of 15 Christmas songs introduced on Broadway and sung by current Broadway performers.
  • (1998) Sweet Crispers commercial - Actress

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