And the Winner Isn't: Famous Tony Award Snubs Through the Years - Playbill.com

Aaron Tveit was considered a life force in Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s musical Next to Normal, where he played the mysterious son Gabe and declared, “I’m Alive” every night, and critics and fans both agreed, but he was the only actor in the onstage family not nominated for a Tony Award. Two years later, many expected him to receive a nomination for his role as Frank Abignale Jr. in the musical adapation of Catch Me If You Can, but he came up empty-handed a second time around. He went on to console himself by playing Enjolras in the “Les Miserables” film and headline a sell-out concert engagement at 54 Below where fans gathered in droves to see him “live in living color.”


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    He’s like the Leonardo DiCaprio of the Tony’s.
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