THE SCREENING ROOM: Happy Birthday, Gavin Creel (Video)

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Tony Award nominee Gavin Creel, who is currently starring in the London production of The Book of Mormon, celebrates his birthday April 18. He made his Broadway debut on this date in 2002 in Thoroughly Modern Millie and later starred in Hair and La Cage aux Folles.

Playbill.com gathered a handful of clips of Creel (Hair, Thoroughly Modern Millie) performing in his solo shows and on stage to celebrate his special day. 

The music video for his original equality anthem, "Noise."

On stage in Hair.

Performing "Anything At All"/"Hallelujah."

"Do You Remember?" by the songwriting team of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.

A cover of Billy Joel's "Summer, Highland Falls."

Performing his original song, "Love Fell Down," at Symphony Space.

Gavin appears with Seth Rudetsky.

Gavin sings "Hot Ohio" with Seth Rudetsky.

"The Nearness of You" with Laura Benanti.

"These Four Walls."

Leading the Tony-winning revival cast of Hair in a rendition of "Where Do I Go?"

 

A rare glimpse of earlier lyrics to Next to Normal's "I've Been" live at Joe's Pub.

Creel singing "What Do I Need With Love" from Thoroughly Modern Millie.

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