Cheyenne Jackson is set to appear tonight on Bravo's What Happens Live With Andy Cohen. Jackson is an award winning stage and film actor currently starring as Woody in the new Broadway revival of Finian's Rainbow at the ST. James Theatre. Most recently Cheyenne was rocking the house as Sonny Malone in the smash hit Xanadu (Drama League, Drama Desk nominations) on Broadway. Off and on Broadway he starred as Joe Hardy in the New York City Center production of Damn Yankees opposite Jane Krakowski and Sean Hayes, Nicky Silver's The Agony & the Agony with Victoria Clark, All Shook Up (Theater World Award, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle nomination) the premier cast of Altar Boyz, Aida, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Cartells, On The 20th Century and The 24 Hour Plays.
Jackson's film credits include the Oscar nominated United 93, Curiosity and Hysteria. He has guest starred on TV in "30 Rock," "Ugly Betty," "Lipstick Jungle" and "Life After Mars." Additionally, he portrayed "Sebastian Kinglare" for the Sony/Lifetime Television pilot "Family Practice." Cheyenne made his sold-out club debut in with his show "Back to the Start" at Feinstein's at Loews Regency earlier this year.
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Cohen, Bravo's Senior Vice President of Original Programming and Development, is best known to viewers as the host of the network's often explosive Watch What Happens reunion specials, including the two-part reunion for The Real Housewives of New Jersey. "Watch What Happens" originally debuted as a live online show on www.Bravotv.com, with a number of guests over the years including Diane Von Furstenberg, Sandra Bernhard, Sean Avery, and a host of eliminated contestants and Bravo personalities, as well as call-ins from Kelly Ripa, Ellen Barkin, Ricki Lake, to name a few.
On Watch What Happens: Live, every Thursday at midnight, Cohen sits down with guests from some of Bravo's most popular series, as well as from the world of entertainment, to chat about what has transpired on-air and in pop culture that week for a live half-hour full of viewer interaction. The series includes lively debates and passionate discussions about everything from fashion, to the latest Housewives drama, to what celebrity news is making headlines that week.
Bravo viewers have a chance to get up-close and personal not only with Cohen and his guests, but also with their favorite Bravo-lebrities and contestants, by interacting via email, phone, video, Twitter and Facebook. Watch What Happens: Live will be unpredictable, funny, occasionally shocking, and always the place to be on Thursday nights.
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