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Billy Porter (entertainer)
Billy Porter (born September 21, 1969) is an American stage performer, pop singer, and actor. He attended the Musical Theatre program at Pittsburgh Creative

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Billy PorterPorter in 2017Born (1969-09-21) September 21, 1969 (age 49)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.Education
  • Carnegie Mellon University (BFA)
  • University of California, Los Angeles (GrDip)
OccupationPop singer, actor, performer, vocal coachSpouse(s)Adam Smith (m. 2017)Awards
  • 2013 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical
  • 2013 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical

Billy Porter (born September 21, 1969) is an American stage performer, pop singer, and actor. He attended the Musical Theatre program at Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts School's[1] School of Drama and achieved fame performing on Broadway before starting a solo career as a singer.

Porter won the 2013 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his role as Lola in Kinky Boots at the 67th Tony Awards. For the role, Porter also won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical and Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical.

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Career
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Discography
    • 4.1 Albums
    • 4.2 Singles
    • 4.3 Other songs
    • 4.4 Appears in
  • 5 Concerts
  • 6 Filmography
    • 6.1 Film
    • 6.2 Television
    • 6.3 Theatre
  • 7 Awards and nominations
  • 8 See also
  • 9 References
  • 10 External links
Early life

Porter was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to William E. Porter and Clorinda Jean Johnson Ford.[2][3] His sister is Mary Martha Ford.[4] He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University College of Fine Arts with a B.F.A. in Drama as well as a certification from the graduate-level Professional Program In Screenwriting[5] at UCLA.

During the summers of 1985-1987, Porter was a member of an entertainment group called "Flash" which performed daily at Kennywood Park in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania.[6]


He played the Teen Angel in the 1994 Broadway revival of Grease!. Other shows he has been in include Topdog/Underdog at City Theatre (2004),[7] Jesus Christ Superstar and Dreamgirls at Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera (2004)[8] and the song cycles "Myths and Hymns" and "Songs for a New World" (Off-Broadway, 1995).[9]

Porter wrote and performed in his one-man autobiographical show, Ghetto Superstar (The Man That I Am) at Joe's Pub in New York City in February and March 2005.[9][10][11] Porter was nominated for "Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway & Off Broadway Award" at the 17th GLAAD Media Awards.[12]

In September 2010, Porter appeared as Belize in Signature Theatre Company's 20th Anniversary production of Tony Kushner's Angels in America.[9][13]

Porter originated the role of "Lola" in Kinky Boots on Broadway in 2013, with songs by Cyndi Lauper, book by Harvey Fierstein and directed/choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Porter won both the 2013 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical and Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for this role.[14][15]

Porter has also appeared in a number of films. He played a major role as Shiniqua, a drag queen who befriends Angel (David Norona) and Lee (Keivyn McNeill Graves) in Seth Michael Donsky's Twisted (1997), an adaptation of Oliver Twist.[16] He has also appeared on an episode of The RuPaul Show.

He has had a musical career with three solo albums released, Billy Porter on DV8/A&M Records in 1997, At the Corner of Broadway + Soul in 2005 on Sh-K-Boom Records and Billy's Back on Broadway (Concord Music Group) in 2014. He as featured in a number of songs in the tribute album It's Only Life: The Songs of John Bucchino in 2006 released on PS Classics.[17] He sings on Adam Guettel's 1999 album Myths and Hymns studio cast album on Nonesuch Records.[18] He also covered "Only One Road" that was included on the Human Rights Campaign compilation album Love Rocks.

Porter wrote the play While I Yet Live, which premiered Off-Broadway at Primary Stages on September 24, 2014 in previews, officially on October 12. In addition to Porter, the cast included Lillias White and S. Epatha Merkerson.[9][19]

Billy Porter released Billy Porter Presents the Soul of Richard Rodgers in April, 2017. The album, which features new, soulful takes on classic Richard Rodgers songs, includes solos and duets from the following artists (in addition to Porter himself): Tony and Grammy Award winners Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple), Renée Elise Goldsberry (Hamilton) and Leslie Odom Jr. (Hamilton), Tony Award-winner Patina Miller (Pippin), Grammy Award winners Pentatonix and India Arie, Tony Award nominees Brandon Victor Dixon (Shuffle Along), Joshua Henry (Violet), and Christopher Jackson (Hamilton), alongside YouTube sensation and Kinky Boots star Todrick Hall and multiple Grammy Award nominees Deborah Cox and Ledisi.[20]

Porter reprised the role of Lola in Kinky Boots on September 26, 2017, on Broadway, where he did a 15-week run.[21]

In 2018, Porter starred in the FX show, Pose in the role of Pray Tell. Pose has been picked up for a second season to be aired in 2019. In August 2018, Porter confirmed via Instagram that he was joining the cast of American Horror Story for its eight season, subtitled Apocalypse.[22][23] Porter duetted with Pose co-star Dyllón Burnside and sang from his album in a benefit concert emceed by Burnside on July 23, 2018, to celebrate the season 1 finale and raising money for GLSEN.[24][25][26]

Personal life

He and Adam Smith were married on January 14, 2017.[27]

Discography Albums
  • 1997: Billy Porter (DV8/A&M Records)[28]
  • 2005: At the Corner of Broadway + Soul (Sh-K-Boom Records)[28][29]
  • 2014: Billy's Back on Broadway (Concord Music Group)[28]
  • 2017: Billy Porter Presents the Soul of Richard Rodgers[20]
  • 1997: "Show Me"/"What Iz Time"
  • 2005: "Awaiting You"/"Time" (Live) (Sh-K-Boom Records)
  • 2017: "Edelweiss"
Other songs
  • "Only One Road" on Love Rocks compilation album
  • "Love Is On The Way" on The First Wives Club album
  • "Destiny" with Jordan Hill on Jim Brickman's Greatest Hits album
  • "Where is Love?" with Liz Callaway
Appears in
  • Featured on a number of songs on tribute album It's Only Life: The Songs of John Bucchino[17]
  • Adam Guettel's album Myths and Hymns in 1999[30]
  • He is featured with Alan Cumming, David Raleigh and Ari Gold in a cover of "That's What Friends Are For", of 'The Friends Project' in support of the Ali Forney Center, a NYC shelter for homeless LGBT youth. The song was arranged and produced by Nathan Leigh Jones and directed by Michael Akers.[31]

Porter has performed at various venues in New York City, including Lincoln Center, which was broadcast on PBS in 2015 [32] and Joe's Pub in New York City.[33]

Filmography Film Year Title Role Notes 1996 Twisted Siniqua [34] 1996 The First Wives Club Singer 1997 Anastasia Ensemble and character voices Voice role 2000 Intern Sebastian Niederfarb [35] 2000 The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy Taylor [36] 2004 Noel Randy [37] 2014 The Humbling Prince [38] 2019 Limited Partners N/A Post-production Television Year Title Role Notes 1998 Another World Billy Rush Unknown episodes 1999 Shake, Rattle and Roll: An American Love Story Little Richard Television movie 2004 Law & Order Greg Ellison Episode: "Cry Wolf" 2007–12 So You Think You Can Dance Performer 4 episodes 2012 The Big C Eric Episode: "Thin Ice" 2013 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Jackie Walker Episode: "Dissonant Voices" 2013 Land of Lola: Backstage at Kinky Boots Host 8 episodes 2014 Christmas at Rockefeller Plaza Performer Television special 2015 Billy Porter: Broad & Soul Performer Television special 2016 The Get Down DJ Malibu Episode: "Where There Is Ruin, There Is Hope for a Treasure" 2018–present Pose Pray Tell 8 episodes
Pending—Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series
Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama 2018 American Horror Story: Apocalypse Behold Chablis 5 episodes Theatre

Sources:Playbill Vault;[39] Off-Broadway Database[40]

  • Miss Saigon, Ensemble/John (u/s), Broadway (1991)
  • Grease, Teen Angel, Broadway (1994)
  • The Merchant of Venice, Solanio, Off-Broadway (1995)
  • Songs for a New World, Performer, Off-Broadway (1995)
  • Smokey Joe's Cafe, Performer, Broadway (1995–97)
  • Miss Saigon, John (replacement), Broadway (1998–99)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar, Jesus of Nazareth, Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center, Nyack, NY (1998)[41]
  • Dreamgirls, James Thunder Early, New York Actors Fund concert (September 2001)[42]
  • Radiant Baby, Various, Off-Broadway (2003)
  • Topdog/Underdog, City Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA (2004)[43]
  • Little Shop of Horrors, Audrey ll (replacement), Broadway (2004)
  • Chef's Theater: A Musical Feast, Performer, Off-Broadway (2004)
  • Ghetto Superstar, Performer, Off-Broadway (2005) - also playwright
  • Birdie Blue, Bam/Little Pimp/Sook/Minerva, Off-Broadway (2005)
  • Putting It Together, Performer, New York (2009)
  • Angels in America, Belize, Off-Broadway (2010)
  • Kinky Boots, Lola, Broadway (2013-2015)
  • Kinky Boots, Lola (replacement), Tour (2014)
  • HAM: A Musical Memoir, Off-Broadway (2015) - director
  • Shuffle Along, or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed, Aubrey Lyles, Broadway (2016)
  • White Rabbit Red Rabbit, Off-Broadway (2016)[44]
  • Kinky Boots, Lola (replacement), Broadway (2017)
Awards and nominations
  • 2013 Audience Choice Award for Favorite Actor in a Musical for Kinky Boots (won)[45]
  • 2013 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical for Kinky Boots (won)[46]
  • 2013 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for Kinky Boots (won)[47]
  • 2013 Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical for Kinky Boots (won)[48]
  • 2013 Fred and Adele Astaire Awards for Outstanding Male Dancer in a Broadway Show Kinky Boots (nominated)[39]
  • 2013 Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance for Kinky Boots (nominated)
  • 2014 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album for Kinky Boots (won)
See also
  • LGBT culture in New York City
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External links
  • Billy Porter at AllMovie
  • Billy Porter at AllMusic
  • Billy Porter on IMDb
  • Billy Porter on LastFM
Awards for Billy Porter
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Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical
  • John Cullum (1975)
  • Ian Richardson (1976)
  • Lenny Baker (1977)
  • Ken Page (1978)
  • Len Cariou (1979)
  • Jim Dale (1980)
  • Kevin Kline (1981)
  • George Hearn (1984)
  • Ron Richardson (1985)
  • George Rose (1986)
  • Robert Lindsay (1987)
  • Michael Crawford (1988)
  • Jason Alexander (1989)
  • James Naughton (1990)
  • Jonathan Pryce (1991)
  • Gregory Hines / Nathan Lane (1992)
  • Brent Carver (1993)
  • Boyd Gaines (1994)
  • Vernel Bagneris (1995)
  • Nathan Lane (1996)
  • Robert Cuccioli (1997)
  • Alan Cumming (1998)
  • Brent Carver (1999)
  • Brian Stokes Mitchell (2000)
  • Nathan Lane (2001)
  • John Lithgow (2002)
  • Antonio Banderas / Harvey Fierstein (2003)
  • Hugh Jackman (2004)
  • Norbert Leo Butz (2005)
  • John Lloyd Young (2006)
  • Raúl Esparza (2007)
  • Paulo Szot (2008)
  • Brian d'Arcy James (2009)
  • Douglas Hodge (2010)
  • Norbert Leo Butz (2011)
  • Danny Burstein (2012)
  • Billy Porter (2013)
  • Neil Patrick Harris / Jefferson Mays (2014)
  • Robert Fairchild (2015)
  • Danny Burstein (2016)
  • Andy Karl (2017)
  • Ethan Slater (2018)
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Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical
  • Paul Hartman (1948)
  • Ray Bolger (1949)
  • Ezio Pinza (1950)
  • Robert Alda (1951)
  • Phil Silvers (1952)
  • Thomas Mitchell (1953)
  • Alfred Drake (1954)
  • Walter Slezak (1955)
  • Ray Walston (1956)
  • Rex Harrison (1957)
  • Robert Preston (1958)
  • Richard Kiley (1959)
  • Jackie Gleason (1960)
  • Richard Burton (1961)
  • Robert Morse (1962)
  • Zero Mostel (1963)
  • Bert Lahr (1964)
  • Zero Mostel (1965)
  • Richard Kiley (1966)
  • Robert Preston (1967)
  • Robert Goulet (1968)
  • Jerry Orbach (1969)
  • Cleavon Little (1970)
  • Hal Linden (1971)
  • Phil Silvers (1972)
  • Ben Vereen (1973)
  • Christopher Plummer (1974)
  • John Cullum (1975)
  • George Rose (1976)
  • Barry Bostwick (1977)
  • John Cullum (1978)
  • Len Cariou (1979)
  • Jim Dale (1980)
  • Kevin Kline (1981)
  • Ben Harney (1982)
  • Tommy Tune (1983)
  • George Hearn (1984)
  • No Award (1985)
  • George Rose (1986)
  • Robert Lindsay (1987)
  • Michael Crawford (1988)
  • Jason Alexander (1989)
  • James Naughton (1990)
  • Jonathan Pryce (1991)
  • Gregory Hines (1992)
  • Brent Carver (1993)
  • Boyd Gaines (1994)
  • Matthew Broderick (1995)
  • Nathan Lane (1996)
  • James Naughton (1997)
  • Alan Cumming (1998)
  • Martin Short (1999)
  • Brian Stokes Mitchell (2000)
  • Nathan Lane (2001)
  • John Lithgow (2002)
  • Harvey Fierstein (2003)
  • Hugh Jackman (2004)
  • Norbert Leo Butz (2005)
  • John Lloyd Young (2006)
  • David Hyde Pierce (2007)
  • Paulo Szot (2008)
  • David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik and Kiril Kulish (2009)
  • Douglas Hodge (2010)
  • Norbert Leo Butz (2011)
  • Steve Kazee (2012)
  • Billy Porter (2013)
  • Neil Patrick Harris (2014)
  • Michael Cerveris (2015)
  • Leslie Odom Jr. (2016)
  • Ben Platt (2017)
  • Tony Shalhoub (2018)
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Side by Side with Billy Porter
Side by Side with Billy Porter
Billy Porter shares stories from throughout his career and sheds light on his influences.

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Kinky Boots, The New Musical based on a True Story
Kinky Boots, The New Musical based on a True Story
Inspired by a true story and based on the Miramax motion picture written by Geoff Deane and Tim Firth, Kinky Boots, features a warm and witty book by four-time Tony® Award winner Harvey Fierstein (La Cage, Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray, Newsies) and a richly diverse musical score from Grammy® Award-winning rock icon Cyndi Lauper, in her stunning theatrical debut. The production is directed and choreographed by Tony® Award winner Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray, La Cage, Broadway Bares).In Kinky Boots, Charlie Price (Tony® Award nominee Stark Sands - American Idiot, Journey s End) has suddenly inherited his father s shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Trying to live up to his father's legacy and save his family business, Charlie finds inspiration in the form of Lola (Billy Porter Dreamgirls, Grease). A fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos, Lola turns out to be the one person who can help Charlie become the man he's meant to be. As they work to turn the factory around, this unlikely pair finds that they have more in common than they ever dreamed possible... and discovers that when you change your mind about someone, you can change your whole world.

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