American actor and singer Andrew Rannells is best known for his role as Elder Price in the Broadway musical "The Book of Mormon". This earned him a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Performances by a Lead Actor in a Musical.
Raised in Omaha, Nebraska, Rannells attended Creighton Preparatory School and later went to Marymount Manhattan College.
Rannells started as a voice actor, appearing in several 4Kids and DiC shows and video games. He got featured later on as a soloist on the Broadway musical "Cast Recording" where he won a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theather Album. His other musical credits include "Jersey Boys", "Hairspray", "Avenue Q", and "The Book of Mormon", a musical written by the creators of "South Park", Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
In 2012, Rannells appeared on the HBO series Girls. He also landed a role in Glee creator Ryan Murphy's show, "The New Normal