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Thursday Farrar, born to a Puerto Rican mother and African American father, is a New York actor who has been  performing non traditional roles through out her career, she most notably was the second African-American actor to be cast as FANTINE in the commercial history of LES MISERABLES. On Broadway, she performed in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS starring Sarah Jessica Parker and was the original stand by in Elton John and Tim Rice’s AIDA where she performed the role both in Chicago and New York. She is a Drama- League recipient for her performance in Barry Manilow’s HARMONY at the LaJolla Playhouse, New Hampshire Theater Award recipient for Best Supporting actor for her performance in SLOW DANCE WITH A HOT PICK-UP  written by John Pielmeier (Pillars of the Earth/Agnes of God) and Matty Selman, and an Audelco Award for her ensemble work in August Wilson’s WOMEN IN NEW YORK. Her musical theater career has garnered cast recordings on the Lincoln Center Theater production of PARADE (Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry), ST. LOUIS WOMAN starring Vanessa Williams, and a Richard Rogers tribute YOU OUGHTA BE ON BROADWAY.

Her training with on camera coach of Bob Krakower has garnered her roles on GOTHAM, THE AMERICANS, BULL, BLUE BLOODS, SEARCH PARTY, and most recently for the new Amazon rom-com MODERN LOVE. She is a recurring actor on NBC’s

Thursday Farrar, born to a Puerto Rican mother and African American father, is a New York actor who has been  performing non traditional roles through out her career, she most notably was the second African-American actor to be cast as Fantine in the commercial history of Les Miserables. On Broadway, she performed in Once Upon a Mattress starring Sarah Jessica Parker and was the original stand by in Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida where she performed the role both in Chicago and New York. She is a Drama- Logue recipient for her performance in Barry Manilow’s Harmony at the LaJolla Playhouse, New Hampshire Theater Award recipient for Best Supporting actor for her performance in Slow Dance With a Hot Pick-up written by John Pielmeier (Pillars of the Earth/Agnes of God) and Matty Selman, and an Audelco Award for her ensemble work in August Wilson’s Women in New York. Her musical theater career has garnered cast recordings on the Lincoln Center Theater production of Parade (Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry), St. Louis Woman starring Vanessa Williams, and a Richard Rogers tribute You Oughta Be on Broadway. Her training with on camera coach of Bob Krakower has garnered her roles on Gotham, The Americans, Bull, Blood Bloods  Search Party, and most recently for the new Amazon rom-com Modern Love. She is a recurring actor on NBC’s MANIFEST as Dr. Williams.


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