Gregory Jbara won the 2009 Tony®, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards for Best Featured Actorin a Musical originating the role of "Jackie Elliot" in the Broadway production of Billy Elliot.
He also originated the roles of "André Thibault" in the Broadway musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (2005) for which he received a Drama Desk Award nomination, "Squash Bernstein" in Victor/Victoria (1995), starring Julie Andrews, and the role of the dimwitted catcher,"Sohovik" in the Broadway revival of Damn Yankees! (1994) starring Bebe Neuwirth, Victor Garber and Jerry Lewis.
Jbara was the second actor to star on Broadway as "Billy Flynn" in the Tony Award winning revival of Chicago (1997). Other stage credits include "Alfred P. Doolittle" in the Kennedy Center Spring Gala Concert of My Fair Lady, "Chick Clark" in Wonderful Town for City Center Encores!, the Broadway revival of Born Yesterday (1989) with Ed Asner and Madeline Kahn, Serious Money (1988) with Alec Baldwin and Kate Nelligan, Privates On Parade with Jim Dale, Simon Jones and Donna Murphy, Forever Plaid, Das Barbecu and Have I Got A Girl for You! Mr. Jbara received the BackStageWest Garland 2000 Award for his performance in the West Coast Premiere of George Furth's Precious Sons with Nora Dunn under the direction of Daniel Henning.
Other Los Angeles stage credits include "Mr.Bunder" in the West Coast Premiere of Michael John LaChiusa's Little Fish, the title role in Jason Connor's There's Someone Living In That House That Jack Built, "Vinnie" in the Geffen Playhouse Premier of Neil Simon's Felix & Oscar, "Ike/BessTruman" in the West Coast Premiere of Michael John LaChiusa's First Lady Suite, "Clark Gable" in The Blank Theatre Company's "the living room series" presentation of Mark Saltzman's new play, Mr. Shaw Goes To Hollywood.
He currently stars as “DCPI Garrett Moore” in the hit CBS police drama BLUE BLOODS.
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