Shortly after moving to New York, Jennifer scored a low paying role as an understudy in the Broadway show A Month in the Country.
The comedy troupe included a number of actors that he would go on to work with in the future, including Paul Dinello, Amy Sedaris and Steve Carell (Colbert was initially Carell's understudy).
Though Jessica got a call back to the final auditions, she didn't win the part and was instead cast as the understudy.
The most important and interesting group is that connected with Perceval, and he was regarded as the original Grail hero, Gawain being, as it were, his understudy.
Stephen Colbert, whom Carell appeared with on The Daily Show, was Carell's understudy at one time in the Second City troupe.
I saw only one understudy on this evening and the cast were brilliant.
Understudy In amateur productions, there are no understudies.
understudy for this part.
I was given a small understudy role in a Rossini opera which involved fast passages of music and a lot of words.
Jackson C. Frank was the understudy for the role of jester on the sidelines in a cast.
I missed the original Benoit, but I had the understudy for this part.
In the 1999-2000 campaign Wilson made just three appearances - playing understudy to Adam Sollitt.
The fictional popstar himself is played by an understudy in the Queen musical We Will Rock You.
His place was therefore taken by an amateur understudy who had to enter the arena from the stables on a white horse.
Therefore, God instructed Moses to challenge all the people to encourage his young understudy.
understudy role in a Rossini opera which involved fast passages of music and a lot of words.
understudy In amateur productions, there are no understudies.
understudy for the role of jester on the sidelines in a cast.
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