Michael Urie

Michael Lorenzo Urie (born August 8, 1980) is an American actor, presenter, director, and producer.wikipedia
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Marc St. James

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He is known for his portrayal of Marc St. James on the ABC dramedy television series Ugly Betty.
He is played by Michael Urie.

WTC View

Urie played the central character in the stage play WTC View as well as in the film adaptation.
Eric (Michael Urie), a gay photographer, places an ad for a new roommate on September 10, 2001 for his apartment with a view of the World Trade Center.

Ugly Betty

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He is known for his portrayal of Marc St. James on the ABC dramedy television series Ugly Betty.
* In the first season, Michael Urie and Kevin Sussman are credited as guest stars from 1x01 to 1x13, being billed as main cast members from 1x14 onward.

Miss America 2008

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During the 2007–08 Writers Guild of America strike, Urie hosted TLC's reality-based series Miss America Reality Check.
The pageant's new network, TLC, premiered a four-week reality competition Miss America: Reality Check on January 4, 2008, hosted by Ugly Betty actor Michael Urie.

Partners (2012 TV series)

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Urie was one of the leads in CBS's short-lived series Partners.
The series was created by Will & Grace creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, who also served as the show's executive producers and it stars Michael Urie, David Krumholtz, Sophia Bush, and Brandon Routh.

David Blue (actor)

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Eden Espinosa starred in the show along with Fred Willard, Vicki Lewis, David Blue and Luke Macfarlane.
On Ugly Betty, Blue starred as Cliff St. Paul, a photographer at Mode magazine and love interest to Wilhelmina Slater's faithful assistant, Marc St. James, played by Michael Urie.

Plano, Texas

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Urie was born in Houston, Texas, and raised in Plano.

Clarence Derwent Awards

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His performance in 2013's one-man show Buyer & Cellar won him a Clarence Derwent Award as well as a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance.

Buyer & Cellar

His performance in 2013's one-man show Buyer & Cellar won him a Clarence Derwent Award as well as a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance.
The production starred Michael Urie and was directed by Stephen Brackett.

Eden Espinosa

Eden Espinosa starred in the show along with Fred Willard, Vicki Lewis, David Blue and Luke Macfarlane.
Espinosa performed as Miranda in the one-night staging of Howard Ashman's previously unproduced musical Dreamstuff on June 23, 2008, at the Hayworth Theatre in Los Angeles, directed by Michael Urie.

The Temperamentals

Urie originated the role of Rudi Gernreich in the 2009 off-Broadway play The Temperamentals, about the foundation of the early LGBT rights organization the Mattachine Society.
It chronicles the founding of the Mattachine Society, the first sustained LGBT rights organization in the United States, and the love affair of two of its founding members, Harry Hay (Thomas Jay Ryan) and Rudi Gernreich (Michael Urie).

Patti LuPone

Patti LuPone appeared in one episode.
She also appeared on the series Ugly Betty in March 2007 as the mother of Marc St. James (played by Michael Urie).

Becki Newton

On September 13, 2019, it was announced that Urie will once again team up with his Ugly Betty co-star Becki Newton on a sitcom project for CBS and Warner Bros. Television called Fun, for which both will co-star and co-executive produce with creator Michael Patrick King and fellow Ugly Betty showrunners Tracy Poust and Jon Kinnally.
With co-star Michael Urie, Newton co-hosted the official Ugly Betty podcast.

Plano Senior High School

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He graduated from Plano Senior High School in 1998.

Such Good People

Such Good People tells the story of Richard (Michael Urie) and Alex (Randy Harrison) who, while house-sitting for rich humanitarian friends, find a huge stash of cash in the residence.

Luke Macfarlane

Eden Espinosa starred in the show along with Fred Willard, Vicki Lewis, David Blue and Luke Macfarlane.
The musical was re-imagined by Howard's partners Marsha Malamet and Dennis Green and performed one night only at Los Angeles' Hayworth Theatre as part of the Bruno Kirby celebrity reading series, directed by actor Michael Urie.

He's Way More Famous Than You

He's Way More Famous Than You is a 2013 American comedy film written by and starring Halley Feiffer and Ryan Spahn, and directed by Michael Urie, who also costars.

Tamar Halpern

In 2012, Urie also starred as the mysterious limo driver James in the film adaptation of Wendy Mass's children's book Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, written and directed by Tamar Halpern.
Previous work includes Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life which Halpern adapted from the children's book of the same name by Wendy Mass, starring Mira Sorvino, Joe Pantoliano, Ryan Simpkins, and Michael Urie, with music by Edie Brickell and Sing-Sing.

Drama Desk Award

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His performance in 2013's one-man show Buyer & Cellar won him a Clarence Derwent Award as well as a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance.

Mattachine Society

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Urie originated the role of Rudi Gernreich in the 2009 off-Broadway play The Temperamentals, about the foundation of the early LGBT rights organization the Mattachine Society.
Michael Urie, who originated the role of Rudi Gernreich, received a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor.

Rudi Gernreich

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Urie originated the role of Rudi Gernreich in the 2009 off-Broadway play The Temperamentals, about the foundation of the early LGBT rights organization the Mattachine Society.
Actor Michael Urie, who performed the role of Gernreich, received a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor.

Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance

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His performance in 2013's one-man show Buyer & Cellar won him a Clarence Derwent Award as well as a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance.