Shuler Hensley made his Broadway debut in 2000 as Javert in Les Misérables, and in 2002 he appeared on Broadway as Jud Fry in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!. One of only two cast members to continue on to Broadway from the London production, he won Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Olivier, and Theatre World awards for his performance. A native of Marietta, Georgia, Mr. Hensley attended the University of Georgia, studied opera at Manhattan School of Music, and attended graduate school at the Curtis Institute of Music. He has appeared as guest soloist in concerts including Kurt Weill’s Happy End at Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, The American Songbook Tribute to Frank Loesser at Lincoln Center, and the Juilliard School’s celebration of Richard Rodger’s 100th birthday. On television, he has been seen in NBC’s Ed and been featured in the TNT movie Monday Night Mayhem, and he has guest-starred on Law and Order and The Jury. His film credits include Van Helsing, Someone Like You, The Legend of Zorro,and the upcoming Odd Thomas. This year he was among the recipients of an Obie and a Drama Desk Ensemble Award for Acting, for the show Sweet & Sad. Since 2005, Mr. Hensley has appeared in performances around the country as Boris Thomashefsky in Michael Tilson Thomas’s show The Thomashefskys: Music and Memories of a Life in the Yiddish Theater, and he is featured with MTT and the New World Symphony in the recently released DVD of that show.