Chenoweth, who won the Tony Award in 1999 for her performance in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, was Tony-nominated for her performance in Wicked and has also been seen on Broadway in The Apple Tree, Steel Pier, Epic Proportions and Promises, Promises.
For more on the actress, visit the Playbill Vault.
"Glitter and Be Gay":
Chenoweth shatters a wine glass with her voice:
"The Girl in 14G":
Chenoweth and Idina Menzel perform "Defying Gravity" at the Tony Awards:
"Taylor the Latte Boy":
"For Good," alongside Anna Kendrick:
"I Could Have Danced All Night" and "Maybe This Time" on "Dancing With the Stars":
"What Would Dolly Do?":
Chenoweth performs "My New Philosophy" at the Tony Awards:
Chenoweth accepts her first Tony Award:
Chenoweth's music video for "I Want Somebody (Bitch About)":
Chenoweth sings the National Anthem:
Menzel and Chenoweth rehearse "For Good":
Chenoweth performs "Popular" on the "Today Show":
Chenoweth sings "Bring Him Home":
"My Funny Valentine":
"Popular" from Wicked:
Chenoweth and Promises, Promises co-star Sean Hayes at the Tony Awards:
Chenoweth "faints" at the Tonys:
"A House is Not a Home" from Promises, Promises:
Chenoweth's appearance as Ellen DeGeneres' "Musical Fairy Godmother":
Chenoweth pays tribute to Oprah with "For Good" from Wicked.
"Fathers and Daughters."
On Chenoweth's appearance on "The Rosie Show," she shared an emotional moment with Rosie O'Donnell, opening up about her adoption.