Broadway star Cheyenne Jackson appeared on this week's 'Watch What Happens, Live!' on Bravo, hosted by Andy Cohen. During the show, Jackson and recording artist Nelly Furtado revealed their favorite songs to sing in the shower. He also sounded off on who he would most like to duet with and participated in Cohen's favorite game, 'Whoa, Nelly!' Check out clips from the show below!
Cheyenne Jackson will be returning to Broadway this October in 'The Performers' co-starring Henry Winkler. He last appeared on Broadway in the revival of FINIAN'S RAINBOW, for which he received a Drama Desk nomination. He previously starred on Broadway in Xanadu (Drama Desk & Drama League Award nominations), ALL SHOOK UP (Theatre World Award, Outer Critics Circle & Drama League nominations), THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, and AIDA. His Off-Broadway credits include DAMN YANKEES (Encores!), THE AGONY & THE AGONY, and ALTAR BOYZ. Cheyenne also starred alongside an all-star cast in the recent benefit reading of Dustin Lance Black's 8 at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre.
On television, Cheyenne can be seen in the recurring role of Danny Baker on the hit NBC series, "30 Rock." He has appeared in guest-starring roles in "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Glee," "Law & Order," "Ugly Betty," "Life on Mars," and "Lipstick Jungle," among others, and he recently completed production on the pilot for the forthcoming Bryan Fuller NBC series, "Mockingbird Lane."
On film, Cheyenne portrayed the 9/11 hero Mark Bingham in the award-winning “United 93.” Among his other film credits include “Lola Versus, Price Check,” “The Green,” “Hysteria” and the upcoming “Mutual Friends.” Cheyenne is currently in production on the highly-anticipated HBO film, “Behind the Candelabra,” co-starring Michael Douglas and Matt Damon.
Most recently, Jackson signed a publishing deal with SONY/ATV, and has released his first two self-penned singles, "Drive" and "Before You," (which reached the Top 40 on the Hot 100 AC chart) from his forthcoming album, collaborating with Grammy-winning producer Steve Mostyn, Thomas “Tawgs” Salter, and including four songs co-written with platinum-selling artist and friend Sia Furler.