Marcus Lovett


Marcus Lovett made Broadway history when he played the title role in Phantom of the Opera and Billy Bigelow in Carousel in the same week.  He was in the original Broadway companies of Les Miserables and Aspects of Love, and starred in the West End in the Olivier Award nominated, Whistle Down the Wind, by Andrew Lloyd Webber.  His career has included recording, as well as roles in film, and television.  His solo concert career has taken him to Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall, and L’Opera de Paris.  He is the voice of Good Morning America. His son, Dylan Lovett, studied vocal jazz at the Frost School of Music.  Marcus Lovett was honored with the 2010 Frost Achievement Award at the Winter Wonderful Frost School of Music Holiday Dinner.

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