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Anthony Rapp Biography
He is an American actor and singer best known originating the role of Mark Cohen in Broadway production of rent in 1996. Following his original performance of the role in 1996, Rapp reprises it in the film version of the show and then the show’s United States Tour in 2009.
Anthony Rapp Age
He was born on October 26, 1971, in Joliet, Illinois, U.S. He is 47 years years old as of the year 2018.
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Anthony Rapp Family/ parents
He is the son of Douglas Rapp and Mary Lee .He also have two siblings Adam Rapp and Anne Rapp and his brother Adam is a novelist and a filmmaker.
Anthony Rapp Education
He was a student of Joliet West High School. Later he attended New York University.
Anthony Rapp Career
Anthony was already starting his acting career in a theater when he was a child. However, his first television appearance came on 1987 in Adventures in Baby Sitting. Following his debut, he has made many television and movie appearances.
Staring in numerous television series, Anthony has grasped a well-deserved fame all around the world. Some of his good works can be found in The Lazarus Msn, The X-Files, Law & Order, Psych, and The Good Fight. His most recent work in Star Trek: Discovery in 2017 as Lieutenant Paul Stamets has given him more fame.
In addition, he has had a successful film career. The movies Adventures in Baby Sitting, Dazed and Confused, Man of the Century, A Beautiful Mind, Black Bird, Rent and Not Again are some of his fame deserving movies. And his theater works are also equally impressive. Among his many theater appearances, his performance in If/Then and Rent is highly talked about.
As the part of his singing career, he released his debut album Look Around in 2000. Furthermore, he has done a number of concerts across in New York Town Hall, Emelin Theater, and several others. And in 2015, he did a concert with Adam Pascal in B.B King Blues Club and Grill.
Anthony Rapp Awards
Rapp won an Obie Award for his performance in the play Rent in 1996 and for the play,and he also won Broadway Audience Award for the Favorite Featured Actor in a Musical category.
Anthony Rapp Networth
He is estimated to have a net worth of $2 million and he earned his million dollar fortune from being cast in many movies, Television series and theater plays.
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Anthony Rapp On Stamets’ Future And “Powerful Completion” Of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 2
What is the deal with the spore drive? Is it still hurting the mycelial network? Is it fully functional?
My understanding is what was happening to the jahSepp was because of Culber’s presence in the mycelial network. That there was a kind of a “what’s happening?” when we would come through and a “what is that?” And then the damage that was being done is that Hugh was there and covering himself with the bark. So, it was a misunderstanding, as Trek does so many times when you think one thing is the problem and it turns out it is not the problem. So, that is my understanding. Going through the mycelial network is not doing any harm, as long as we are not doing any of the things that Hugh was doing.
What about the harm to Stamets, wasn’t it driving him crazy in season one?
Well, I’m not sure. It’s an intense experience, but what was really intense in season one was the 135 jumps. That was crazy, to do 135 jumps was crazy. I think—I don’t know for sure—but my understanding is that doing individual jumps in a controlled situation, that in of itself is not a harmful thing.
At the beginning of the season, Stamets had no purpose on the Discovery and was going to leave to go to Vulcan. Is that now resolved and Stamets is back on Team Discovery?
I think at this point in the story it is sort of like—not necessarily one foot in and one foot out, but not totally resolved perfectly. But, leaning towards more and more part of this crew again.
Are you bringing back some of season one gruff, especially when Stamets was dealing with [Jett Reno]? You got nice by the end of season one, but there is still some grouchy Stamets?
There is grouchy Stamets, but grouchy Stamets is only there when there is work to be done. Grouchy Stamets doesn’t suffer fools and waste time. So, it’s not like just randomly being mean to people. If you are interfering with my ability to do my job, I might get a little grouchy with you.
What can you say about the final four episodes and any wishes for season three?
What I can say about the final four is if we have done our job—based on what was on the page and based on the work we did on set—there should be hopefully a sense of powerful completion to all the stories and all the threads we have been carrying for these first two seasons. And then we are going to go—that will lead us into something really cool for season three.