28 October 1978 (age 38)
Georgia, United States
Philadelphia native and American Idol season one runner up Justin Guarini has currently been seen in several major theatre productions. Since making his Broadway debut in ‘Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown’, the musical based on Pedro Almodóvar's Academy Award-nominated film, he has become one of the “new” faces on Broadway. His follow up to ‘Women’ was his role of ‘Will’ in the Tony Awar…d winning Broadway production of ‘American Idiot’ .
‘Since starring on American Idol, Guarini participated in the national Idols Live! Tour performing for sold out audiences across the country and continues to tour nationally performing all over the U.S. & abroad. Justin completed two studio albums including Justin Guarini produced by RCA Records and Clive Davis, and Stranger Things Have Happened.
He also starred in the films From Justin to Kelly with Kelly Clarkson and Fast Girl with Mircea Monroe and Caroline Rhea. He has also appeared on the FOX Television comedy Run of The House, AMC's Film Fakers, Disney’s Wizard’s of Waverly Place and season three of CMT’s highest-rated original series Gone Country
Justin has also had a strong presence and hosting experience on the web and has hosted web shows for ManiaTV, including U Pick 'Em, Too Short For Hollywood and Webcam Karaoke and as a weekly video blogger for Fancast, Comcast’s premiere online entertainment site.
Justin has made numerous appearances as a guest and performer on popular television programs such as The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Regis and Kelly, Rachael Ray, Chelsea Lately and the Teen Choice Awards. In addition to hosting for the TV Guide Network, Justin has also frequently appeared on a variety of other programs as a special "Idol" correspondent including “Larry King Live,” "MSNBC News Live," "Showbiz Tonight," "Rita Cosby," and "Fox News Live."
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