PLAYBILL.COM'S CUE & A: Drew Seeley

Cue and A   PLAYBILL.COM'S CUE & A: Drew Seeley
 
Drew Seeley — who recently joined the cast of Broadway's The Little Mermaid — fills out Playbill.com's questionnaire with random facts, backstage trivia and pop culture tidbits.
Drew Seeley
Drew Seeley Photo by Joan Marcus


Full given name: Andrew Michael Edgar Seeley
Hometown: Whitby, Ontario, Canada
Special skills: Pretty good skier, mic-stand tricks
First Broadway show ever saw: Les Miz
If you could go back in time and catch any Broadway show, what would it be? Into the Woods
Current show you have been recommending to friends: Next to Normal
Favorite showtune: "All I Need is the Girl" from Gypsy
Most played song on your iPod: Anything by Hall & Oats or the Police
Web obsession: Twitter
Must-see TV show: "Entourage"
Last good movie you saw: "Taken"
Favorite board game: Scrabble
Performer you would drop everything to go see: Michael Jackson
Pop culture guilty pleasure: "American Idol" audition rounds
First stage kiss: Dance recital when I was 13, I was so nervous.
Favorite post-show meal: BBQ and cheese grits
How you got your Equity card: Joining the cast of The Little Mermaid
Worst onstage mishap: Wiping out in front of 60,000 people in Buenos Aires
Worst costume ever: Trying to be Captain Keller in high school. Costume was great, but I couldn’t fill it out, I was a skinny little shrimp.
Pets’ names: Licorice
Favorite junk food: Gummi worms, bears, anything!
Who would play you in the movie? Emile Hirsch
Worst job you ever had: Making ice cream sundaes at Friendly’s
TV or commercial gig you most enjoyed: Guest star on "Dawson's Creek" (I had a thing for Katie Holmes at the time)
Leading man role you've been dying to play: Bobby Child in Crazy for You
If you could be in any Disney film, which would it be: "Flight of the Navigator" was my favorite film as a child – I read the other day it is being remade, so it would be AMAZING to be a part of that!
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