Andrew Rannells


Date Of Birth

August 23, 1978


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.

Place of Birth

Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Birth Name

Andrew Scott Rannells



Fun Facts

Rannells is openly gay.


Grammy Award for Best Musical Theather Album for "Cast Recording"


The New Normal (2012)
Girls (2012)
Bachelorette (2012)
Sex and the City 2 (2010)