George Salazar


Bio: George Salazar is so incredibly stoked to be making his Broadway debut this season in GODSPELL! He recently returned to New York City after playing "Otto" in the 2010-2011 Spring Awakening National Tour (NETworks). Other projects include the Public Theater workshops of David Byrne & Fatboy Slim's new musical Here Lies Love  and Matt Sax & Eric Rosen's Venice, workshops of Long Season at the Huntington Theatre Company, and Cape Cod Theatre Project's recent workshop of JC Lee's Pookie Goes Grenading. He has appeared on television in CBS' Late Show with David Letterman and in national commercial spots. George holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Florida and is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association. Special thanks to his amazing family & friends, Sinclair, CESD, and Telsey+Co.

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Song You're Singing:

“Light of the World”


Kissimmee, Florida

Song You Sang at Your Godspell Audition:

"A Beautiful Mess" by Jason Mraz

Something You Can Do That Others Can't:

Rather Impressive Impressions of Gibert Gottfried, Harriet Winslow, & Aaron Neville. Seriously.

First Broadway Show You Ever Saw:

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels in the summer of 2006.

Pop Culture Guilty Pleasure:

NIKE Sneakers.

Words of Wisdom for Aspiring Performers:

Never stop, work hard and be a good person... as cliche as it sounds.

Why you love Godspell:

Well, I think the past 40 years have proven that Stephen Schwartz wrote some incredible music when he put the pen to the pad for GODSPELL. And that's reason enough to love this musical, but also the show thrives on individuality. It brings people of all walks of life together with a message that anyone can live by. I mean, isn't that why YOU love GODSPELL?