Born on September 18, 1976, Lucas Papaelias is a Broadway star, actor, guitarist, and composer. The multi-talented star is noted for his marvelous work in broadway shows, on screens, and notably his proficient music skills.
So, below we have come up with some intriguing facts and details of one of the enigmatic persona, to know him better and get some motivations.
Lucas: The Broadway Moguel
Papaelias playing in 'This Flat Earth' SOURCE: The New York Times
Lucas originated his role as 'Balth' in These Paper Bullets! at Yale Rep and Geffen Playhouse.
Lucas's most recent Broadway appearance was with the original cast member of the Tony Award-winning musical Once, where he composed his original music for Kevin Kline's 'Cyrano'. The performance was widely loved and admired by the audiences and, consequently, let him receive the Drama Desk nomination for Essential Self-Defense at Playwrights Horizons.
Besides, he featured in several dramas like Cyrano de Bergerac, written by Edmond Rostand, which had a total of 77 performances on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
Lucas Papaelias Movies & TV Shows
Lucas Papaelias in Art Machine (2012) SOURCE: IMDb
Besides his Broadway and theatrical plays, the versatile star is also a famous camera face. Lucas is also noted for some of his popular work on School of Rock (2003), The Knick (2014), and Submission Only (2010).
Besides, Lucas also has a recurring and prominent role in Television series such as the Cinemax series “The Knick" and appears in the upcoming feature film Geezer alongside Billie Joe Armstrong. Other assorted credits include School of Rock, "Blue Bloods," "Law & Order," The Art Machine, and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."