Jackman cries out in celebration of his return to Broadway ‘The Music Man’ after covid-19 recovery
Actor Hugh Jackman has taken to social media to announce his official return to The Music Man on Broadway following his recovery in covid-19.
The star posted her return to an Instagram video showing her in public, wearing a white face mask.
To the actor he was heard saying, “I can’t tell you how beautiful this moment is. Yes, we are back
The X Men star also rallied and said, “… To all those people who had tickets in the last 10 days, I am very sorry. I hope, I pray, that you will have the opportunity to reorganize.”
Before concluding he also admitted, “But … I am very happy to be back and to bring this program – which is just pure joy and full of hope and faith and faith – to return to Broadway.”
Hugh Michael Jackman AC (born 12 October 1968) is an Australian actor. Starting with theater and television, he received his lead role as Wolverine / Logan in the X-Men film series (2000-2017), a time that earned him Guinness World Record “longest career as a living Marvel hero”. Jackman won a Grammy Award, a Primetime Emmy Award, and two Tony awards.
In addition to the X-Men, Jackman has been in the news for a variety of films during his career, which includes love comedy Kate & Leopold (2001), action-horror Van Helsing (2004), drama The Prestige (2006), romantic era -Australia. (2008), the smash hit Les Lesérables (2012), the thrilling prisoners (2013), The Greatest Showman (2017), the political drama The Front Runner (2018), and the thrilling crime drama Bad Education (2019) . For his role as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, Jackman was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, and in The Greatest Showman, a Grammy Award for Best Actor. Soundtrack. Album. She is also known for her voice role in the animated films Flushed Away (2006), Rise of the Guardians (2012), and Missing Link (2019).
Jackman is also known for his early theatrical roles in Oklahoma! in 1998 and Carousel in 2002. On Broadway, Jackman won the 2004 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his role in The Boy from Oz. In 2021 he returned to the theater as Harold Hill in the Broadway revival of The Music Man. The four-time Tony Awards winner won an Emmy award for hosting the 2005 event. He also held the 81st Academy Award in 2009. Jackman was named the Order of Australia Follower at the Queen’s Birthday Honors 2019 for the services of the performing arts and the international community.
Jackman was born in Sydney, New South Wales, to Grace McNeil (née Greenwood) and Christopher John Jackman, a Cambridge-trained accountant. His parents were English and came to Australia in 1967 as part of the “Ten Pound Pom” emigration program. Thus, in addition to being an Australian citizen, Jackman holds British citizenship due to birth to UK-born parents. One of his father’s ancestors, Nicholas Isidor Bellas, was a Greek, from the Ottoman Empire (now Greece). His parents were zealous Christians, as had been converted by evangelist Billy Graham after their marriage. Jackman has four older siblings and was the second of his Australian parents. He also has a younger sister, since he remarried his mother.
His parents separated when he was eight, and Jackman lived in Australia with his father and two brothers, while his mother returned to England with Jackman two sisters. As a child, Jackman loved to spend time outdoors, spending a lot of time at sea and camping and school holidays throughout Australia. He wanted to see the world, saying, “I used to spend the night looking at atlases. I decided I wanted to be a chef on a plane. Because I was on a plane and there was food on board, I thought there was a chef. I thought that would be a great job.”
Jackman attended Pymble Public School and later attended Knox Grammar School for boys in Sydney’s Upper North Shore, where he starred in the production of My Fair Lady in 1985 and became school captain in 1986. He spent a year of gap in 1987 working at Uppingham School in England as a Physical Education teacher. On his return, he studied at the University of Technology, Sydney, and graduated with a BA in communications in 1991. In his final year of university, he studied drama to earn more credits. The class featured Václav Havel’s The Memorandum with Jackman leading the way. He later remarked, “That week I felt more at home than those people all three years [at university]”.
Jackman completed a one-year course
After earning his BA, Jackman completed a one-year course “Journey” at the Actors’ Center in Sydney. Regarding studying full-time acting, he said, “It wasn’t until I was 22 that I thought of my hobby as a career. As a boy, I was always interested in theater. I went through that. ‘ 1994.
Jackman said “he always loved acting but when I started drama school I was like a class dunce. It didn’t go well for me. Everyone was cool, everyone seemed likely to succeed, everyone seemed natural and when I look back, I think that’s good. I think that it’s good to appear in the background as an actor.I think it goes.