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Kristin Chenoweth has been one of the most successful and well-known performers on Broadway for the past ten years. Chenoweth's first Broadway role came in 1997 when she was cast in a production of Molière's Scapin. The next season, she was cast in Steel Pier, winning a Theatre World Award for her performance. She quickly became one of the most well-known and best-liked Broadway actresses alive, winning several awards, including a Tony for her performance in You're a Good Man Charlie Brown. She was particularly praised for her performance in 2003's Wicked, and her performance of selections from her album Let Yourself Go at a concert for Lincoln Center's fifth American Songbook. Chenoweth began a second career onscreen in 2001 with a short-lived NBC sitcom called Kristin. Chenoweth was soon delighting audiences with guest appearances on shows like Frasier, and in 2004, she began a recurring role on the critically acclaimed series The West Wing. In 2005, Nicole Kidman saw Chenoweth in a performance of Wicked and was so impressed that she had her cast in the film adaptation of Bewitched. This kicked off a series of appearances in comedies for the actress, who proved to have great comic timing. After roles in The Pink Panther, RV, and Deck the Halls, Chenoweth joined the cast of Pushing Daisies, which is about a man who falls in love with a deceased lady after he discovers how to bring people back from the dead. Chenoweth continues to perform around the world.


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