Norbert Leo Butz

Stage Actor

Norbert Leo Butz was born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States on January 30th, 1967 and is the Stage Actor. At the age of 57, Norbert Leo Butz biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 30, 1967
United States
Place of Birth
St. Louis, Missouri, United States
57 years old
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Actor, Film Actor, Singer, Stage Actor, Television Actor
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Webster University (BFA), University of Alabama (MFA)
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Michelle Federer ​(m. 2007)​
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Norbert Leo Butz Career


Butz made his Broadway debut in 1996 as a replacement swing, which was a form of understudy. Butz later recalled Adam Pascal as Roger in 1997. Thou Shalt Not (Camille Raquin, 2001–2002), for which he received a Tony Award nomination; Wicked (the original Fiyero, 2003); and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Freddy) have all received the Tony Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical; and an Outer Critics Circle Award. He has appeared in The Last Five Years (Jamie), Saved (Fred), and Juno and the Paycock (Jerry Devine), and he has appeared in Cabaret and Freddy in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Butz' film roles have included Went to Coney Island, The Beback of God (Pawnbroker), Noon Blue Apples (Howard Philips), and West of Here (Josiah Blackwell).

Butz's productions include the film Dan in Real Life (with Steve Carell, Juliette Binoche, and Dane Cook), which opened in October 2007, and Fifty Words Off-Broadway with Elizebeth Marvel at the Lucille Lortel Theatre (2008). In January 2008, he appeared as Captain Richard King in the Lonesome Dove prequel, Comanche Moon.

Butz stepped in to replace Jeremy Piven in David Mamet's Speed-the-Plow; Piven suddenly and unexpectedly dropped out of the game after having health issues; Butz stayed on the role until January 13, 2009, when William H. Macy assumed the lead for the remainder of the play.

Butz was a drama instructor at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey, for the spring semester in 2008.

In the ABC show The Deep End, Rowdy Kaiser appeared as Rowdy Kaiser.

Jeffrey Skilling performed on Broadway in EnRON from April to May 9, 2010. Despite Tony nominations, the show was unsuccessful in ticket sales.

Butz appeared in the 2011 drama indie film Higher Ground with Vera Farmiga, who also directed it.

Butz starred Carl Hanratty in the film Catch Me If You Can, which attracted pre-Broadway tryouts at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, Washington, from July 28 to August 14, 2009. Butz appeared as Carl Hanratty in the Broadway play Catch Me If You Can, which opened on April 10, 2011 and closed in September 2011. He received his second Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical and his second for Best Actor in a Musical.

Butz appeared in one episode of the NBC musical drama Smash in April 2012. Butz appeared in Greetings from Tim Buckley, a film about Tim and Jeff Buckley that premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, as Hal Wilner.

Butz appeared in Theresa Rebeck's Dead Accounts from November 29, 2012 to January 6, 2013, as both Katie Holmes, Jayne Houdyshell, Josh Hamilton, and Judy Greer.

He appeared in the new Andrew Lippa musical Big Fish, which premiered in Chicago in the spring and opened in the Neil Simon Theatre in October, directed by Susan Stroman.

In 2012, he appeared in Uncle Peck's limited engagement revival of Paula Vogel's play How I Learned to Drive. In the 2013 film Better Live Through Chemistry, he appeared as a scientist. In the Netflix television series Bloodline, Kevin Rayburn played Kevin Rayburn.

Alfred Doolittle, the father of the leading role, Eliza Doolittle, appeared in the 2018 Broadway revival of My Fair Lady as Alfred Doolittle. For the performance, he received a nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Musical.

He appeared in TWOHANDER at Feinstein's/54 Below from July 9 to September 28, 2019 with Sherie Rene Scott and musical director Todd Almond. Butz appeared on stage with Scott in the first productions of the musicals Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and The Last Five Years.

Butz appeared as Craig Maddox in J. H. Wyman's NBC drama series Debris.


Five Nights In its first box office debut, At Freddy's kills the competition by smashing several records in the first weekend, October 30, 2023
Five Nights At Freddy's debut in the box office, raking in $78 million in North America and $130 million globally, at a standoff. And, those numbers are even more remarkable considering that the supernatural horror film, which is based on the video game franchise of the same name, was released simultaneously in theaters and the Peacock streaming service. According to box office analysts, the PG-13 rating and a prime Halloween launch date helped propel it to the top spot this weekend. The film has already passed over 2022's Halloween Ends ($104 million), and it will soon surpass 2021's Halloween Kills ($133 million). Both of the two slasher films, which had the advantage of being part of a newly developed and successful film franchise, were previously ranked as the top hybrid releases from Universal and Peacock.

At the WGA Strike Broadway Day Rally, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Tina Fey unite, June 16, 2023
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Tina Fey protested on behalf of screenwriters and television writers around the world, and were joined by some of Broadway's best and brightest. During the WGA Strike Broadway Day Rally in Times Square on Thursday, the 43-year-old Miranda and 53-year-old Fey were among the most popular speakers. Sara Bareilles, Sharon Catherine Brown, Lauren Patten, Paula Pell, Christine Pedi, Alex Edelman, and Nicole Parker were among the five women, as well as Rent actors Norbert Leo Butz, Adam Pascal.

According to police, an explosive device was sent into a Chicago FX drama. City Primeval:, August 10, 2022
City Primeval has occurred again on the set of the FX film. According to Deadline, a person in Chicago threw an incendiary unit toward the camera of the program filming in the city's South Loop area on Monday. According to ABC7, no one was hurt in the incident, which occurred around 10:20 p.m. in the 1000 block of South Desplaines Street as a person lit a gun and threw it toward the street.