Shonn Wiley is the consummate song and dance man and a gifted choreographer. He made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning revival of “42nd Street.” He was then asked to star in a groundbreaking production of “42nd Street” in Moscow, making Shonn the first American actor to perform in an English speaking musical in Russia. Shonn later returned to the Broadway stage in “Dracula the Musical,” during which time he also made his television debut on “Guiding Light.” He received a Lucille Lortel Award as well as a Drama Desk Award Nomination for Outstanding Choreography for “My Vaudeville Man” and was featured in the Chicago cast of “Jersey Boys” as Bob Gaudio. Additional highlights include his debut as the title character in “Candide” at New York City Opera, costarring opposite Kristen Chenoweth in Stairway to Paradise for City Center “Encores!” and performing “Sweeney Todd” for Steven Sondheim. He holds a BFA in Drama from Carnegie Mellon University. www.shonnwiley.com.