Roger Bart biography Roger Bart is an American singer and actor born on 29th September 1962 in Norwalk, Connecticut. Winner of several awards, his Broadway debut happened with Big River in 1987, where he played Tom Sawyer. He has appeared extensively on stage and screen, acquiring plenty of experience over the years. Theatre: His extensive work in theatre includes Big River as Tom Sawyer; The Secret Garden as Dickon; The Who’s Tommy as Cousin Kevin; How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying as Bud Frump; King David as Jonathan; Triumph Of Love as Harlequin, the Valet at the Royal Theatre; The Producers as Carmen Ghia at St James and Cadillac Palace Theatre (2001), Leo Bloom at St James Theatre (2003) and Broadway (2006 – 2007); The Frogs as Xanthias at Vivian Beaumont Theatre (2004); Young Frankenstein as Frederick Frankenstein at the Paramount and Lyric theatres (2007) and Providence Performing Arts Center (2010); Disaster! as Tony at the Nederlander Theatre (2016); Hercules as Hades at the Delacorte Theatre (2019); Back To The Future as Emmett Brown at the Manchester Opera House (2020). Film: Among his numerous film credits is Jack in April Apocalypse (2013), Maurice Tischler in Last Vegas (2013), Buddy Ross in Trumbo (2015), Principal Bellingham in Speech & Debate (2017) and Henry Asquith in Ghost Light (2018). TV: Roger’s more appearances include Fedowitz in Quantico (2018), Kip Lowell in Elementary (2018) and Judge Wilson in Good Trouble (2019). Awards: Roger has won several awards for his work. He received an ‘Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical’ Drama Desk Award and ‘Best Featured Actor in a Musical’ Tony Award in 1999 for You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; ‘Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series’ Screen Actors Guild Award in 2006 for Desperate Housewives. He has also had multiple nominations.