September 02, 2015

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Steve Kazee: 2012 Tony Winner for Best Actor in a Musical

Steve Kazee won his first Tony Award Sunday night for his performance as downtrodden musician (and "hoover fixer sucker guy") Guy, in Once. Speaking to the press following his win, Kazee talks about how he proved to be a good luck charm for his friends and colleagues on Tony night; and how he was inspired by his beloved mother, Kathy Withrow Kazee, who recently passed away after a 14-year battle with cancer. For more information on Steve Kazee, click here.








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