Ryan Vasquez is a California-born, New York-based actor, currently in Hamilton on Broadway. Ryan received a 2020 Drama Desk nomination for originating the role of The Man in Black in THE WRONG MAN, a musical by multi-platinum song writer Ross Golan, directed by Tony Award-winner Thomas Kail with musical arrangements by Tony and Grammy Award-winner Alex Lacamoire. Ryan is the first actor to play all the roles of Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, George Washington, James Madison, and Thomas Jefferson in Hamilton. He also appeared in the Original Broadway Cast of Waitress, and made his Broadway debut in Wicked. He also appears on the first episode of the CBS drama The Good Fight, as well as the first season of The Code (CBS), and Curb Your Enthusiasm. He is also the founder of Swing From Home, a political advocacy organization that works to bolster volunteer efforts and fundraising for progressive, down-ballot candidates across the country. To book Ryan as a teacher/speaker, please visit the "Contact" page.
Broadway: Hamilton, Broadway (Principal Standby for Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, George Washington, James Madison, & Thomas Jefferson), Waitress Original Broadway Cast (u/s Dr. Pomatter & Earl), Wicked (Fiyero u/s). Tour: Hamilton 1st National Tour Original Cast. Off-Broadway: The Wrong Man (The Man in Black, Duran at certain performances, Drama Desk nomination). TV/Film: The Code (CBS), Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), The Good Fight (CBS). Commercial: Wicked "Rumors" (Voiceover, TV and Radio), Waitress "Baked from the Heart" (TV), Today Show NBC, 70th Annual Tony Awards (CBS). NY Workshops/Readings: The Outsiders (Dir. Liesl Tommy), The Notebook (Dir. Michael Greif), Only Gold (Public Theatre), The Wrong Man (Dir. Thomas Kail), 17 Again (Dir. Adam Shankman), Waitress (Dir. Diane Paulus), The Radio City Spring Spectacular (Dir. Diane Paulus, Dir/Chor. Warren Carlyle), Darling (Ryan Scott Oliver, composer). Concerts: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops (Cond. Todd Ellison), Dogfight at Second Stage Theatre, various others in NYC Area. Regional: MUNY, Music Theatre Wichita, Farmers Alley Theatre. Proud University of Michigan graduate! Ryan laughs at his own jokes.