Tony Nominee Phillipa Soo and Stage and Screen Star Steven Pasquale Marry

Broadway News   Tony Nominee Phillipa Soo and Stage and Screen Star Steven Pasquale Marry
 
The original Hamilton star, Soo, wed her fiancé this past weekend.
Phillipa Soo and Steven Pasquale
Phillipa Soo and Steven Pasquale Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Tony nominee Phillipa Soo (Hamilton) and her fiancé, actor Steven Pasquale (The Bridges of Madison County), were married September 24.

Friend and wedding guest Jesse Tyler Ferguson posted a congratulatory photo on Instagram:


Soo and Pasquale got engaged in February 2016. The two met while Soo was in rehearsals for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, in which Soo originated the role of Eliza. (Pasquale is a close friend of Miranda’s.) Prior to her Tony-nominated turn in Hamilton, Soo graduated from Juilliard before originating the role of Natasha in Natasha, Pierre, & the Great Comet of 1812 Off-Broadway. Earlier in 2017, Soo originated the title role in Broadway’s new original musical Amélie. She returns to Broadway this fall as part of the cast of The Parisian Woman, starring Uma Thurman, which begins performances November 9.

Pasquale was a series regular on Rescue Me for seven years before he returned to Broadway in Jason Robert Brown’s The Bridges of Madison County. Pasquale had made his Broadway debut in 2009 in Neil LaBute’s reasons to be pretty. He also earned a Drama Desk nomination for his Off-Broadway performance in A Man of No Importance and recently starred in the Off-Broadway revival of The Robber Bridegroom from Roundabout Theatre Company.

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Pasquale has also appeared on such television shows as American Crime Story: The O.J. Simpson Trial, The Good Wife, and Doubt. He will star in Junk, the new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Ayad Akhtar at Lincoln Center Theater, beginning October 5.

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