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'''Aaron Kyle Tveit''' (b. October 21, 1983) is an American theater, film and television actor. He's best known for originating the roles of Gabe Goodman in ''Theatre/NextToNormal'' and Frank Abagnale, Jr. in the musical version of ''Film/CatchMeIfYouCan'', and for his portrayal of Enjolras in the 2012 film version of ''[[Film/LesMiserables2012 Les Miserables]]''. Other roles he's played include Fiyero in ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'', Roger in the Neil Patrick Harris directed version of ''Theatre/{{RENT}}'', and Tripp van der Bilt on ''Literature/GossipGirl''. He's also the star of the upcoming TV series ''Series/{{Graceland}}'', in which he plays undercover FBI agent Mike Warren.

Tveit has won the hearts of many fangirls with his boyish good looks and gorgeous singing voice (not to mention his chronic inability to [[http://www.broadwayspotted.com/wp-content/uploads/Aaron-Tveit-e1354049380526.jpg button]] [[http://i2.listal.com/image/3985905/600full-aaron-tveit.jpg his]] [[http://www2.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/Aaron+Tveit+Side+Effects+Opening+Night+Party+W6tMpVw1npTl.jpg shirts]]). He comes across as extremely nice, humble and down to earth.

!!This actor provides examples of:
* {{Badass}}: Several of his roles, especially Enjolras and (based on the trailers) Mike Warren, his character on ''Series/{{Graceland}}''.
* DawsonCasting: He played teenagers in ''Theatre/NextToNormal'' and ''Catch Me if You Can'' when he was in his mid- to late 20s.
* FakeNationality: Sort of fakes two nationalities in ''Film/LesMiserables2012''. He plays a French character, but speaks (and sings) with a British accent.
* MrFanservice: It is questionable whether he actually knows the top three buttons of all his shirts exist.
* OlderThanTheyLook: He's in his thirties, but could easily pass for 10 years younger.
* StarMakingRole: He was already well known in the theatre community before ''Les Miserables'', but his role as Enjolras gained him a whole new level of stardom. Apparently, so is ''Graceland''. [[http://www.thewrap.com/tv/article/gracelands-aaron-tveit-talks-transitioning-broadway-tv-95846 According to at least once source,]] Hollywood has been trying for a few years now to bring the guy to television.
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