Santino Fontana (born March 21, 1982) is an American actor and singer. He began his career in 2007 and soon gained wide acclaim for his leading performances on Broadway and Off-Broadway. He has received a Tony Award, two Drama Desk Awards, an Outer Critics Circle Award, Lucille Lortel Award, Obie Award, and Clarence Derwent Award. In 2019, Fontana won the Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for his lead performance as Michael Dorsey in the stage adaptation of Tootsie.[3]

Santino Fontana
Born
Santino Anthony Fontana

(1982-03-21) March 21, 1982 (age 41)
Alma materUniversity of Minnesota (BFA)
Occupations
  • Actor
  • singer
Years active2007–present
Spouse
Jessica Hershberg
(m. 2015)
Children1[2]

Fontana is known for performing a wide range of different roles. In 2016 he appeared opposite Jennifer Lopez in NBC's Shades of Blue. He was awarded the 2010 Drama Desk Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his work in Brighton Beach Memoirs. David Rooney of Variety wrote, "Fontana brings such strength of character to Stanley that his threatened departure sparks sobs in the audience.”[4] Fontana won a Lucille Lortel, Obie, and Outer Critics Circle Award for his work in the 2011 Off-Broadway production of Sons of the Prophet. Charles Isherwood of The New York Times raved, "The sensitive performance of Santino Fontana, one of the most promising young actors to emerge in the New York theater in recent years...[,] is the play's trembling emotional heart."[5] In addition to his stage and TV work, Fontana voiced Prince Hans in Disney's 2013 animated film Frozen.

Early life and education edit

Fontana was born in California.[1] He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program.[1]

Career edit

Broadway edit

Highly regarded for his stage work, which includes 10 Broadway credits, Fontana has performed in a vast number of roles during his career. He has won a Tony Award, two Drama Desk Awards, an Outer Critics Circle Award, and was nominated for a Drama League Award.

Fontana made his Broadway debut in the 2007 revival of Sunday in the Park with George. Three years later, he was awarded the 2010 Drama Desk Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his work in Brighton Beach Memoirs. The Washington Post wrote, "Fontana is a find as Stanley, immensely likable and thoroughly convincing in the character's struggle between his selfish impulses and his fiscal obligations to the family."[6]

In 2011, Fontana portrayed Algernon Moncrieff in the revival of The Importance of Being Earnest. Fontana received rave reviews, with Entertainment Weekly writing, "Kudos especially to the ever-versatile Fontana-best known on Broadway as the angry older brother in Billy Elliot- as the "ostentatiously eligible" Algernon, who gets the bulk of Wilde's ridiculously clever bons mots. Fontana does have a spot-on British accent and an immense likability- more important in my book."[7]

Fontana received his first Tony nomination with his portrayal of Prince Topher in the 2013 production of Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella opposite Laura Osnes. Roma Torre on NY1 praised his performance, stating, "Santino Fontana is not your typical Prince Charming, but this wonderfully versatile actor is loaded with so many unique charms, he is instantly winning." Fontana followed up this performance with the Tony-nominated Act One opposite Tony Shalhoub in 2014. Shalhoub and Fontana were dynamic in their performance together, with USA Today writing, "Fontana has brought a vigorous, probing humanity to a number of characters, and he gives Moss the right mix of earnest intelligence and restless ambition."[8]

Fontana starred as Michael Dorsey / Dorothy Michaels in the stage musical adaptation of the film Tootsie, which premiered in Chicago at the Cadillac Palace Theatre from September 11 to October 14, 2018. The musical opened on Broadway on April 23, 2019, and closed on January 5, 2020. Direction was by Scott Ellis with music and lyrics by David Yazbek and book by Robert Horn. Fontana won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical, Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critics Circle Award for his work. The New York Times' Jesse Green wrote that "Mr. Fontana sings beautifully, in a novel tenor-falsetto blend, and nails every joke," that "The persistence of Michael even in Dorothy drag, and later vice versa, is charmingly handled [by Mr. Fontana], helping us get past both Michael's obtuseness and Dorothy's unlikeliness," and that "[Mr. Fontana's] comic timing is impeccable."[9]

Other notable credits include Hello Dolly! (2018 revival) opposite Bernadette Peters, A View from the Bridge (2010), and Billy Elliot the Musical (2008).

Off-Broadway/regional theatre edit

In 2006, Fontana starred as Hamlet in The Guthrie Theatre's performance of the Shakespearean classic before moving to New York City to star as Matt in the Off-Broadway revival of The Fantasticks. He was one of the youngest Hamlets in American theatre history.

In 2011 he starred in Roundabout Theatre Company's Off-Broadway production of Sons of the Prophet to high acclaim. Fontana won a Lucille Lortel, Obie, and Outer Critics Circle Award and was nominated for a Drama Desk and Drama League Award. Scott Brown of Vulture commended his performance, stating, "Santino Fontana...firmly establishes himself as an indispensable stage star. The role he plays here, Joseph Douayhii- a young man dealing with an older man's pain, spiritually, physically psychologically, and perhaps psychosomatically- couldn't be more different than his buoyant, impish Algernon Moncrieff, yet both parts display Fontana's impressive gifts: his flawless timing, his jeweler's eye for the emotional cruxes of every exchange, his comfort with discomfort. He's always a step ahead of us, emotionally, as a great performer should be...Sons of the Prophet belongs to Fontana."[10]

Fontana has performed in many productions at New York City Center's Encores! His first performance with Encores! was his portrayal of Niko in Zorba. In 2016 he starred as Eliot Rosewater in God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater. Pop Culturalist wrote of his performance, "The undeniable star of this show is Santino Fontana. Fontana is a reliably wonderful actor, but his performance as the good-hearted troubled Eliot Rosewater is masterful– quite simply, this is the best I've ever seen him."[11] That same year he starred as John Adams in Encores! production of 1776. BroadwayWorld praised his performance, stating, "Santino Fontana's smart and empathetic performance is always winning."[12]

Film and TV edit

Fontana is known for voicing Prince Hans in Frozen in 2013. He appeared in Sisters (2015) opposite Tina Fey and Amy Poehler and starred in Lost & Found in Cleveland (2023), currently in post-production. His independent film work includes the romantic comedy Off The Menu (2018), the psychological thriller Impossible Monsters (2019), Brenda & Billy and The Pothos Plant (2023), Stalking The Boogeyman (2023), and the comedy Papercop in 2018, for which he won the Best Actor Award at the Williamsburg International Independent Film Festival.[13]

Fontana has appeared in many television productions to high acclaim. Fontana joined the cast of The CW romantic musical comedy-drama Crazy Ex-Girlfriend in 2015. On November 11, 2016, it was announced that Fontana was leaving the TV series after his one-year contract with The CW. The New Yorker stated that "Greg, played by the Broadway star Santino Fontana, is particularly appealing,"[14] with the AV Club adding "Fontana has solid timing (and great eyebrow waggling capabilities)" and "Santino Fontana, in particular, does excellent work.”[15]

In 2016, Fontana starred opposite Jennifer Lopez in NBC's Shades of Blue. He played David Saperstein, a detective who is part of Wozniak's (Lopez) crew. The San Francisco Chronicle wrote, “In addition to Lopez, the best performances are turned in by Santino Fontana."[16]

Fontana has had starring roles in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2022) and Mozart in the Jungle (2014-2018), where he portrayed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He has also appeared in Fosse/Verdon, The Good Wife, Nurse Jackie, BrainDead, and Royal Pains.

Concert work edit

Fontana performs routinely with orchestras and symphonies across the United States. He has appeared with the New York Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra, at the American Songbook Series at Lincoln Center, and Birdland Jazz Club, among many others. Fontana has made four appearances at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York City. When Fontana performed with the American Songbook Series at Lincoln Center, BroadwayWorld wrote, "Fortunately, thanks to artists like Fontana, America's rich musical past can be kept alive and well in the hearts of the young and old alike, and provide a source of inspiration for future generations to enjoy.”[17]

In 2015, Fontana became the first guest artist to perform three times in the space of one year with the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square, where he met the cast of Sesame Street.[18]

Audiobooks edit

In addition to Fontana's extensive work as an actor, he is also heard on many notable audiobook recordings including Stephen King's The Institute, where he won an Audie Award for his performance.[19] He is also heard on Caroline KepnesYou series, and The Hunger Games prequel Ballad of Songbirds And Snakes, among many others.

Personal life edit

Fontana began dating actress Jessica Hershberg in mid-2011. The couple met backstage at the Birdland jazz club, where both were performing.[20] They became engaged in September 2014 and married in September 2015.[21][20] They have one child (b. 2019).[22]

Theatre credits edit

Broadway edit

Year Title Role Theater Notes
2008 Sunday in the Park with George A Soldier / Alex / Bather
u/s Georges Seurat / George
Roundabout Theatre Company Broadway debut
2008 Billy Elliot the Musical Tony Elliot Imperial Theatre Originated role on Broadway
2009 Brighton Beach Memoirs and Broadway Bound Stanley Jerome Nederlander Theatre Revival
Winner of Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play
2010 A View from the Bridge Rodolfo Cort Theatre Left the show in previews due to a performance-related injury and was replaced by his understudy, Morgan Spector
2011 The Importance of Being Earnest Algernon Moncrieff American Airlines Theatre Revival
2013 Cinderella Prince Topher The Broadway Theatre Nominated for Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical[3]
Nominated for Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical[3]
2014 Act One Moss Hart Vivian Beaumont Theatre
2016 Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater Eliot Rosewater New York City Center Encores!
2018 Hello, Dolly! Cornelius Hackl Shubert Theatre Temporary replacement
2019 Tootsie Michael Dorsey / Dorothy Michaels Marquis Theatre Originating role on Broadway
Winner of Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical[3]
Winner of Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical[3]
Winner of Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical[3]
Nominated for Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance[3]
2023 Gutenberg! The Musical! Producer James Earl Jones Theatre One night only

Off-Broadway edit

Year Title Role Theater Notes
2006 The Fantasticks[23] Matt Theater Center
2011 Sons of the Prophet[24] Joseph Laura Pels Theatre Winner of Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Lead Actor[25]
Winner of Obie Award for Performance[25]
Winner of ITBA Patrick Lee Award, Citation for Excellence in Individual Performance[25]
Nominated for Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor In a Play[25]
Nominated for Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play[25]
2012 The Game of Love[26] Anatol York Theatre
2014 Stalking the Bogeyman[25] New World Stages Author of additional material
2015 Zorba[27] Niko Encores! New York City Center
2016 God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater[28] Eliot Rosewater Encores! New York City Center Original Encores! cast recording
2016 1776[29] John Adams Encores! New York City Center
2022 A Man of No Importance[25] Father Kenny East 13th Street/CSC Theatre Replacement
2023 I Can Get It for You Wholesale Harry Bogen Classic Stage Company

Regional edit

Year Title Role Theater Notes
The Unbuilt City Jonah NY Stage & Film
Shakespeare's Lovers Rich III/Launce/Touchstone The Guthrie
The Winter's Tale Autolycus/Polixenes The Guthrie
Six Massemo Guthrie Theater
The American Clock Lee Guthrie Theater
September 11 Project Various Chautauqua Theater Company
On the Verge Grover Chautauqua Theater Company
Love's Labour's Lost Berowne Chautauqua Theater Company
New York's Leaving Eggman, etc. Sundance Theatre Lab
The Boys Orson Welles Guthrie Theater
2003 Six Degrees of Separation[30] Doug Guthrie Theater
2004 A Christmas Carol Young Jacob Marley, Squeeze Guthrie Theater
2004 Death of a Salesman[31] Bernard Guthrie Theater
2005 Most Wanted[32] Daddy-O, etc. Sundance Theatre Lab
2005 Perfect Harmony Philip Fellowes V Studio Tisch[33] Also Co-Writer
2005 As You Like It[34] Silvius Guthrie Theater
2006 Hamlet Hamlet Guthrie Theater
2007 Noël Coward's Hay Fever[35] Simon Bliss Old Globe Theatre, San Diego
2016 The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd[36] NY Stage & Film, Vassar, Roundabout Theatre Company[36] With new book by Fontana
2016 Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater[37] Elliot Rosewater Encores! New York City Center
2018 Tootsie Michael Dorsey / Dorothy Michaels Cadillac Palace Theatre Pre-Broadway regional tryout
2022 Anyone Can Whistle J. Bowden Hapgood Carnegie Hall Concert

Filmography edit

Film edit

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Newsworthy[38] Mr. Kerry Short film
2012 Nancy, Please[39] Charlie
2013 Marion Knapp Doesn't Smile[40] Dominic Peters Short film
2013 Frozen[41] Hans (voice)
2014 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Running Banker
2014 Fade to White Damon
2015 Frozen Fever[42] Hans (voice) Short film
2015 Sisters[43] Mr. Geernt
2018 The Limit of Wooded Country[44] Grant Short film
2018 Off the Menu[45] Joel Flanagan
2018 Papercop[46] Neil Short film
2018 The Vanishing Princess[47] The First Soldier
2019 Impossible Monsters[48] Dr. Rich Freeman
2019 Frozen II[49] Hans (voice) Archive footage
2020 The Devil All The Time AM Radio DJ (voice)
2022 Just One Kiss Tony Romano [50]
2023 Once Upon a Studio Hans (voice) Short film
TBA Lost & Found in Cleveland Completed

Television/web series edit

Year Title Role Notes
2010 The Good Wife Danny Willoughby Episode: "Heart"[51]
2011 Nurse Jackie David Episode: "Play Me"[52]
2011–2014 Submissions Only Aaron Miller Series regular (16 episodes)
2012 A Gifted Man Gene Tipton Episode: "In Case of Heart Failure"[53]
2012 Royal Pains Jason Episode: "Dawn of the Med"
2012 Made in Jersey ADA Van Pelt Episode: "Ancient History"[54]
2014 A Summer Celebration of Song Himself/guest artist 2014 Mormon Tabernacle Choir Pioneer Day Concert[55]
2014–2018 Mozart in the Jungle Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4 episodes[56]
2015 Keep Christmas With You Himself/guest artist 2014 Mormon Tabernacle Choir Christmas Concert[57]
2015–2016 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Greg Serrano Main role (seasons 1–2)
2016–2017 Shades of Blue David Saperstein 9 episodes
2016 BrainDead Kevin Episode: "The Path to War Part One: The Gathering Political Storm"
2018 Singularity[58] Stan Pilot
2019 Fosse/Verdon James Henaghan Episode: "Me and My Baby"[59]
2020 Vampirina Petru (voice) Episode: "Phantom of the Auditorium/Meemoreek!"[60]
2022 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Boise 4 episodes
2022 Would I Lie to You? (US) Himself Episode: "Newman's Piggyback Ride"

Video games edit

Year Title Voice role Notes
2023 Disney Speedstorm Hans (voice)

Discography edit

Year Title Music
2015 Keep Christmas with You Mormon Tabernacle Choir & The Muppets from Sesame Street

Audiobooks edit

Year Title Notes
2013 Wheelmen
2014 You
2015 The Children's Crusade
2015 The Marriage of Opposites
2015 The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
2015 The Laws of Medicine
2016 Glory Over Everything: Beyond the Kitchen House
2016 The Perfect Pass
2016 Hidden Bodies
2017 The Deal of A Lifetime
2018 Flight or Fright
2019 Things My Son Needs to Know About the World
2019 The Institute [61]
2020 The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
2020 The What If Guy
2020 Cliff Falls
2020 The Red Badge of Courage
2021 You Love Me

Awards and nominations edit

Year Award Category Work Result
2010 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actor in a Featured Role in a Play Brighton Beach Memoirs Won
2011 Clarence Derwent Awards Most Promising Male Performer The Importance of Being Earnest Won
2012 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role in a Play Sons of the Prophet Nominated
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role in a Play Nominated
Obie Award Performance Won
ITBA Patrick Lee Award Citation for Excellence in Individual Performance Won
Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Lead Actor Won
2013 Tony Award Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical Cinderella Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Awards Favorite Lead Actor in a Musical Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Awards Favorite Onstage Pair (with co-star Laura Osnes) Won
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical Nominated
2014 Behind the Voice Actors Award: Feature Film Best Vocal Ensemble in a Feature Film Frozen Won
Behind the Voice Actors Award: People's Choice Best Vocal Ensemble in a Feature Film Won
2016 Poppy Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Nominated
2018 BroadwayWorld Chicago Awards Best Actor in a Touring Production Tootsie Won
Williamsburg Independent Film Festival Best Actor in a Leading Role Papercop Won
2019 Tony Award Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical Tootsie Won
Broadway.com Audience Awards Favorite Leading Actor in a Musical Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical Won
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical Won
2020 Audie Award Best Thriller/Suspense Audiobook The Institute Won

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