AARON LAZAR

As an actor, singer, writer and producer, Mr. Lazar has a growing body of work unparalleled for a young leading man.

He has starred on Broadway an astounding 10 times, working with legends Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, Jeremy Irons, Joan Allen, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Patti LuPone, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Reba McEntire, Sting, and Elaine Stritch.

He has made movies with Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorcese, Tina Fey, Jason Bateman, Shawn Levy, Margot Robbie, and Clint Eastwood. And on television, Aaron has made over a dozen guest star appearances for all the major networks, currently recurring on The Strain (FX) and Girl Meets World (Disney). From stage to screen, drama to comedy, Mr. Lazar is truly a Renaissance actor.

As a singer Aaron has been a solo guest artist with some of the best symphonies in the U.S. and around the world including: The New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall, The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, The National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center, The Boston Pops at Tanglewood, The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra at Masada, and The English National Opera Orchestra on the West End.

And as a writer and producer, Aaron is currently developing 3 projects for the screen: a half hour single-camera comedy 'Civil Wars'; a 21st Century feature adaptation of the classic 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel; and his mini-series 'City For Sale' is in development with 3Arts with a first look deal at FX.

In 2009, Aaron started a company called Integrated Arts to merge the arts and education, and currently he is working with legendary arts educator Frank Bluestein of the Tennessee Arts Academy to bring professional development to teachers around the country.


Videos

Both songs below are featured in Aaron's show LOOK FOR ME IN THE SONGS.

Every Single Day from Harmony

Take Me to the World from Evening Primrose

Look for Me in the Songs

“The handsome Lazar quickly established his reliably robust pipes, displaying a sterling tone and wide, almost effortless range.” - The Washington Post
“There aren't too many cabarets that include selections from traditional and contemporary Broadway, the great American songbook, and pop music and result in one cohesive and coherent performance. Broadway star Aaron Lazar gets credit for making this eclectic mix work. He is one of the few to create a seamless cabaret which features both high quality singing and a not-too-saccharaine story through- line. His personal stories flow well with the song selections and offer compelling insight on what drives this young talent, where he came from, and where he wants to go.” - MDTheatreGuide