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Sean McCourt

Musical Artist

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19 January 1971 (age 50),
Detroit, Michigan

Helen Hayes Awards for outstanding Supporting Performer, Visiting Production

Kathy Brier, Kaitlin Hopkins, Kerry Butler

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Sean McCourt (born January 19, 1971) is an American actor, born in Detroit. His Broadway credits include Wicked, Titanic, It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, and Mary Poppins. He is the narrator and Executive Producer of Barnwood Builders on DIY.

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McCourt played as the drunk, psychopathic Dr. Thomas Parker in The original cast of the off broadway musical Batboy: The Musical! Across from Deven May, Kaitlin Hopkins, And Kerry Butler.

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McCourt starred in the original Broadway cast of Wicked, as the Witch's Father, the Ozian Official, and many other characters in Oz. He also served as an understudy for both The Wizard and Doctor Dillamond. After previews from October 8, 2003, the show opened October 30 at the Gershwin Theatre. He replaced Joel Gray as the Wizard in 2004. On July 26, 2005, he replaced William Youmans in the lead role of Doctor Dillamond and departed the company on August 6, 2006 after almost three years with the show. He is the co-creator of Behind the Emerald Curtain - a behind-the-scenes tour of Wicked.

His other Broadway credits include Titanic and the original Broadway cast of Mary Poppins.

McCourt returned to Wicked for a brief stint in February/March 2012. He reprised his roles as the Witch's Father and the Ozian Official, as well as returning to understudy the Wizard and Doctor Dillamond, covering for vacationing cast member Michael DeVries. He returned to play the same track briefly in May 2013, covering DeVries' holiday once again.

On television, McCourt appeared in All My Childten, Ed, Sesame Street, and several episodes of Law and Order Around 2010, McCourt began producing television. He has produced and directed Garbage Moguls on NatGeo, The Bait, on Discovery, and 5 seasons of Barnwood Builders on DIY.


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