Laura Benanti has welcomed her second daughter via surrogate. The Broadway star revealed the exciting news via Instagram over the weekend, sharing two sweet pics of her and husband Patrick Brown’s precious baby girl. “Please welcome to the world Louisa Georgia Benanti-Brown,” the “Younger” actress, 42, captioned her post....
Oh, baby! Laura Benanti and her husband, Patrick Brown, have welcomed their second child together. “Please welcome to the world Louisa Georgia Benanti-Brown. On July 9th at 2:43am we were blessed with the arrival of our second daughter,” the Younger alum, 42, wrote via Instagram on Saturday, July 9, sharing a snap of her two children. “Like many, the journey towards growing our family has had many challenges.”
N.J.’s Laura Benanti welcomes ‘rainbow baby’ daughter by surrogate, a ‘kindness that can never be repaid’
Laura Benanti, Jersey star of Broadway, TV and film, is celebrating the arrival of her second baby, a girl named Louisa Georgia Benanti-Brown. Benanti, 42, announced the birth on Instagram Saturday after the baby arrived via surrogate. The Tony-winning actor from Kinnelon and her husband, Patrick Brown, also have a...
Review: Laura Benanti in Concert at the Lesher Center for the Arts Delivered Heart, Humor and High Notes
From BroadwayWorld.com | by Jim Munson Jun. 29, 2022. In this current Golden Age for musical theater sopranos (see Audra McDonald, Kelli O'Hara and Kristin Chenoweth just for starters), what really sets Laura Benanti apart is her uncanny ease in front of an audience. While it is an unmitigated pleasure to experience Ms. Benanti's talents in a fully-staged musical truly inhabiting a character's emotional journey and trilling out high notes like nobody's business, she is equally wonderful just being herself onstage. Benanti has such a natural rapport with the audience that it feels like she is inviting us into her world with a spirit of "Come on, let's have some fun together!"
The maiden voyage of a cruise ship will star a boatload of musical theater stars, including Laura Benanti, Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming.
The Gilded Age has just added several new cast members to its Season 2 roster, according to a report from Deadline. The HBO series that follows the exploits of New York high society during the turn of the century already boasts a resplendent cast of Broadway and television actors including Cynthia Nixon and Christine Baranski.
‘The Gilded Age’ Adds Laura Benanti, Robert Sean Leonard & More Recurring Guest Stars, Reveals New Clues About Season 2
Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: HBO’s The Gilded Age is adding two more Tony winners to its cast for Season 2. Laura Benanti and Robert Sean Leonard are set to recur on the period drama, created, written and executive produced by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes. Also joining Season 2 as recurring guest stars are Christopher Denham, David Furr, Ben Lamb, Matilda Lawler, Dakin Mathews, Michael Braugher, and Nicole Brydon Bloom, with Rebeca Haden, who briefly appeared in Season 1 will be back for a full-blown recurring role as the mysterious Flora McNeil. Benanti and Leonard join a formidable roster...
The Gilded Age Adds Laura Benanti, Robert Sean Leonard and 9 Others to Ever-Expanding Cast of Season 2
Click here to read the full article. A House vet and a Broadway superstar are among the latest additions to the cast of HBO’s The Gilded Age, our sister site Deadline reports. Robert Sean Leonard will recur in Season 2 as Reverend Matthew Forte, described as a “jovial, congenial” transplant from Boston. Professionally, he’s the “new rector of the church attended by all the highest New York society.” Oh, to be a fly on the wall during those confessionals. Additionally, Laura Benanti will recur as Susan Blane, a glamorous (and recently widowed) Newport heiress who hires Larry as her architect for a...
Benanti and Leonard are the latest Tony winners to join an HBO cast that is full of them. They'll appear in recurring roles. Also recurring are Christopher Denham, David Furr, Ben Lamb, Matilda Lawler, Dakin Mathews, Michael Braugher and Nicole Brydon Bloom. Rebeca Haden, who briefly appeared in Season 1 will be back for a full-blown recurring role as the mysterious Flora McNeil.
The high drama of the 19th-century New York elite is about to get an infusion of 21st-century New Jersey talent. Like the holdings of any number of robber barons, “The Gilded Age” is expanding. The HBO series from “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes, set in palatial estates and...