John Howard Gallagher Jr. (born June 17, 1984) is an American actor and musician known for originating the role of Moritz Stiefel in and 's rock musical, which earned him a. He also played Johnny in 's musical,, Lee in the 2011 Broadway production of , and Edmund in the 2016 Broadway revival of. He portrayed Jim Harper in 's drama series, starred in the mini-series, and played Emmett DeWitt in.
Gallagher was born in, and was raised there with his two older sisters. His parents, John and June Gallagher, are folk musicians. He eventually went on to play in numerous bands, including Not Now Murray, What Now, Annie's Autograph, and Old Springs Pike. Gallagher played as a child actor at the.
Before and throughout his run, he was in the folk-rock group Old Springs Pike. On January 23, 2008, his fellow band members announced his departure. The next day, Gallagher made an official announcement confirming his departure on his page. Old Springs Pike later officially changed their name to.
Gallagher has appeared in three plays by playwright. He originated the role of Jeff in Abaire's hit play, appeared in the ill-fated United Kingdom production of, and he received critical acclaim for his role in, which marked his debut. He also appeared in the Production of the play Current Events.
Gallagher originated the role of Moritz Stiefel in on Broadway after performing the role and in workshops at. The rock musical, with music by and a book and lyrics by premiered at the on May 19, 2006 and ran through August 5, 2006. opened on Broadway at the on December 10, 2006. Gallagher won the 2007 for his performance. On December 16, 2007, he left and was succeeded two days later by.
Gallagher starred in productions of the dramas,, by and by. Both plays were productions of the, the same theater that premiered.
Gallagher starred in, a musical based on the, along with fellow alumni Brian Charles Johnson and.American Idiot premiered in at the Berkeley Repertory Theater on September 4, 2009. The show's run ended on November 15, 2009. It began previews on Broadway at the March 24, 2010 and officially opened on April 20, 2010. It was later nominated for three 2010, of which it won two.Gallagher played Johnny, or "". Gallagher departed on February 27, 2011 and was succeeded by Van Hughes The show's run ended on April 24, 2011.
After leaving, Gallagher was featured in the Broadway production of The 's. The production was directed by Ian Rickson, and opened on April 21, 2011 at the (239 West 45th Street). He played the role of Lee until leaving the production on July 17, 2011.
He starred as Edmund Tyrone in 's revival of 's, alongside and. The show was directed by and opened on April 19, 2016 at the,
Film and television work
Gallagher has appeared in several television programs, including,,,,, and 's film. He played Jim Harper in 's which aired on He also appeared in HBO's mini-series, based on the -winning novel of the same name, in the role of Christopher Kitteridge.
Gallagher's film credits include, Woody Allen's,,, 's, and a lead role in opposite. In 2016, he starred in the thriller film. As of June 2015, he filmed, a horror thriller film directed by and written by.
Gallagher has been writing music since his early adolescent years, playing guitar, bass, drums and harmonica. He frequently performs in live spaces such as in New York. On January 15, 2016, Gallagher released his debut album "Six Day Hurricane" via, under the name Johnny Gallagher. The album was recorded in Brooklyn in 2012, over the course of six days during Hurricane Sandy. Regarding the decision to release his music after a three-year delay, Gallagher said: "I knew I had to do it now, or I was going to go another year or see another birthday without putting my music out, and I can't live with that." The album, produced by close friend and collaborator Thad DeBrock, includes nine songs originally selected for a previous live performance, including singles "Two Fists Full," "Dangerous Strangers," and "Sarasota Someone."
New York Theatre
Awards and nominations
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