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Ephraim Sykes

Biography

American stage actor whose breakout role came in 2015, when he was cast as George Eacker in the Tony-winning Broadway musical Hamilton. He in addition has been noticed on tv shows like Smash, Vinyl fabric and Luke Cage. He was raised in St. Petersburg, Florida and graduated from Fordham University’s BFA plan. He was among those nominated for an Astaire Prize for Excellent Male Dancers within a Broadway Present for his function in both Newsies and Memphis. His sister is normally celebrity Martina Sykes. He and Leslie Odom Jr. are two of the initial cast associates of Hamilton.

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Full Name Ephraim Sykes
Date Of Birth July 17, 1985
Place Of Birth St. Petersburg, FL
Profession Stage Actor
Education Fordham College at Lincoln Center
Nationality American
Parents Manuel Sykes
Movies Detroit, Hairspray Live!, Leave It On the Floor, Dance Flick
TV Shows Hairspray Live!
Star Sign Cancer

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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Progress (and Unrelated Things)2017post-productionDancer
Detroit2017Jimmy
Hairspray Live!2016TV MovieSeaweed J. Stubbs
Crisis in Six Scenes2016TV SeriesCal
Luke Cage2016TV SeriesDonnie
Vinyl2016TV SeriesMarvin
Smash2013TV SeriesDancer
It Could Be Worse2013TV Mini-SeriesTaye
NYC 222012TV SeriesVendor
Leave It on the Floor2011Bradley Darnell Lyle
30 Rock2011TV SeriesMichael
Dance Flick2009'Flame' Dancer

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Progress (and Unrelated Things)2017choreographer post-production

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts2010TV SpecialHimself

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