RON SHARPE was first actor to have played both male leads of "Marius" and "Jean Valjean" in ("Les Miserables") on Broadway. Other Broadway credits include the original productions of ("The Scarlet Pimpernel") Lord Hal, "The Civil War" Private Conrad Bock, and with Sir Tim Rice and Alan Menken in Disney's ("King David"). One of his favorite roles was as "the stoker" Fred Barret in ("Titanic"). Ron's television credits include several appearances on "The Rosie O'Donnel Show", "The Tony Awards" on CBS, and at the "NBA All Star Game" in Madison Square Garden. Ron reprised his role of Jean Valjean in the 25th anniversary production of ("Les Miserables") which returned to Broadway in 2014, he was also featured in the new production of "Sweeney Todd" at Live at Lincoln Center starring Emma Thompson which was filmed and won the Creative Arts Emmy Award.
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