Jonathan Groff, King of Hamilton, Takes Final Bow

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The Tony Award nominee exits the production to begin work on a new Netflix series.
Jonathan Groff in <i>Hamilton </i>
Jonathan Groff in Hamilton Joan Marcus

Tony Award nominee Jonathan Groff, who originated the role of King George in the Broadway transfer of the hit musical Hamilton, plays his final performance April 9 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. He is departing the show to begin filming the lead role in David Fincher’s new Netflix series Mindhunter.

Succeeding him will be Tony Award-nominated Book of Mormon star Rory O’Malley, who begins performances April 11.

The role of King George was created Off-Broadway by current Something Rotten! star Brian d'Arcy James. Book of Mormon alum Andrew Rannells briefly assumed Groff's crown last fall while the actor took a leave of absence for a film project.

The historic Broadway musical about Founding Father Alexander Hamilton was written by Tony winner Lin-Manuel Miranda, who stars in the title role.

Visit hamiltononbroadway.com.


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