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His character, a mysterious man seen attending many unusual events, has appeared regularly during the series and became one of the main characters to bring the story to its end.Cerveris was born in Bethesda, Maryland and raised in Huntington, West Virginia.In 2011, Cerveris founded the Americana-Country band Loose Cattle with longtime collaborator Kimberly Kaye.Cerveris and Kaye share vocals in the style of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash.Won Broadway's 2004 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Musical) for his portrayal of John Wilkes Booth in Stephen Sondheim's "Assassins." He had previously been Tony-nominated in 1994 as Best Actor (Musical) for his role as 'Tommy' in "The Who's Tommy.".
In this John Doyle production, the actors also played instruments, with Cerveris playing lyric guitar. His television roles include Ian Ware on Fame, Marvin Frey on Treme, State's Attorney James Castro on The Good Wife, Ramses IV on The Tick, Lazlo Valentin/Professor Pyg on Gotham, and September/The Observer on Fringe.
His mother, Marsha (née Laycock), was a dancer, and his father, Michael Cerveris, was a professor of music; the two met while students at the Juilliard School.
He made his Broadway debut in The Who's Tommy in 1993 as "18-20 year old Tommy/Narrator", receiving a Tony Award nomination as Best Featured Actor in a Musical, Drama League Award nomination, Theater World Award winner, and Original Cast Grammy winner.
In They Might Be Giants' 2011 release, Join Us, Cerveris also provided vocals for the track, "Three Might Be Duende." Cerveris has performed at many events, to honor or celebrate notable performers and creatives.
He performed at The Drama League gala, A Musical Celebration of Broadway on February 7, 2011, which also honored Patti Lu Pone.
He next appeared in the Broadway musical Titanic in 1997 as Thomas Andrews.