Diana Puertas: I agree with Constantine Maroulis. After seeing him in Jekyll & Hyde last spring, I think he would definitely kill at the role (no pun intended).
A Tony nominee for Rock of Ages, Maroulis is a dark and sultry leading man whose Broadway debut was in The Wedding Singer. This former "American Idol" finalist was most recently seen on Broadway in the revival of Jekyll & Hyde.
Todd Cerino: Matt Cavenaugh
After several Broadway appearances ranging from work in Grey Gardens to A Catered Affair to a dashing Tony in West Side Story — receiving Drama Desk and Outer Circle Crtiics Award nominations along the way – Cavenaugh's smile enough makes us think he could be charming and psychotic all at once.
Lauren Smith: Matt Smith...again!
Jacob Shipley: Matt Smith. Let's bring The Doctor back to the city!
Dave Ortrud: Matt Smith should definitely be given the opportunity to reprise his role.
Smith played Patrick Bateman in the London debut of American Psycho...but perhaps he's best known for his role as The Doctor in "Doctor Who." London audiences already saw him do some slaying, so will New York watch him revive his bloody performances?
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Meghan Dixon: BEN WALKER! or @PinkhamBryce #sinistereyebrows
Benjamin Walker is no stranger to the New York theatre scene, having made several appearances on and off Broadway in Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and as the troubled and enigmatic Brick in Cat on A Hot Tin Roof...not to mention his role in "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." He certainly has the "chops"...no pun intended.
Meghan Dixon: @PinkhamBryce #sinistereyebrows
Tony nominee Pinkham is currently starring in the Tony-winning production of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, but he also graced the stage of Broadway in Ghost The Musical and shared the boards with fellow poll favorite, Benjamin Walker in Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson. Will it be a fight to the death for the two dark and steamy leading men?