Teal Wicks Biography
Teal Wicks is an American singer and stage actress best known for her performances as Elphaba in Broadway. She is also the current star Cher on The Cher Show on Broadway. In addition she played the role of Emma Carew in the Broadway revival of Jekyll & Hyde at the Marquis Theatre. Wicks attended Natomas High School in Sacramento.
She then graduated in UC Irvine in 2005 with a degree in Drama and honors in Musical Theatre. she has been active in the UCI Theatre program and had lead roles in productions including Chicago. Wicks was also feted by the UCI Alumni association along with other distinguished individuals during the 41st annual lauds & Laurel ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency Irvine. She later served on the Advisory board of the California State Summer School for the Arts.
Teal Wicks Age
Wicks was born on September 8, 1982, in Sacramento, California, the U.S.A. As of 2018, 40 years old as of 2022.
Teal Wicks Height
Her height is still under review. She has also not given any details about her other body measurements including her weight and Bust measurements among others.
She went to Natomas High School in Sacramento later Wicks graduated UC Irvine with a degree in Drama and Honors in Musical Theatre in 2005. Wicks was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta in UCI
Teal Wicks Marriage | Husband
Miss Wicks has not revealed any kind of details about her personal dating history. But sources have revealed that she used to be in a relationship but it ended. From there, she has revealed any details about her marital status.
Teal Wicks Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is approximately $1 Million to $5 Million. However, she has managed to build her name in the Broadway world and also in the show biz industry. She has managed to raise an impressive amount from her singing career
Teal Wicks Career
Her career kicked off after she joined the cast for Elphaba in the Los Angeles production of the Wicked musical in 2007. Her first performance took over the standby role on January 1, 2008. From there she was offered to take over the lead role of Elphaba from Caissie Levy in the Los Angeles productions.
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Teal Wicks Playbill
This information is currently under review. But this is among the Shows she played a lead role in a Broadway theatre Arena in the USA. However, there are no current details about Playbill and the ratings it brought to the industry.
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Interview: Teal Wicks, Star of the Tour and Upcoming Broadway Revival of ‘Jekyll and Hyde’
The Nation Tour begins in San Diego on October 2nd. Other upcoming cities include Houston, Tampa, Buffalo, Charlotte. For tickets and more info: Jekyll and Hyde The Musical
You just finished up Carousel, right?
Teal Wicks: Yes. Yeah. Yeah, I did. I was in Connecticut doing that.
How did you get the part? Was this the part that you had wanted?
Teal Wicks: I know that we heard about the production and my agent said the producers were bringing people in and looking at people for Emma and I was on their list of people to see and so I said yeah. And so I just went in and we had a really good time in the audition room, it worked out, and then they wanted me.
You were in Wicked for a while before you made your Broadway show, your Broadway debut. You had done the part a couple hundred times I would imagine. Were you nervous when you first stepped onto that Broadway stage?
Teal Wicks: Oh my goodness. I was really excited and really happy and kind of emotional about… no, I was totally emotional about it. I was like, you know, it was my first time on a Broadway stage. It’s crazy. It was really exciting.
I wasn’t super nervous, I think because I had done the role so many times that I felt really comfortable with it and the timing was right. I mean, I sort of by that point had felt like I’d really made my mark on the character and really flushed out everything, so it’s fun to get to go do it on the biggest stage of all.
Yeah, so I was just excited and giddy and emotional and probably shaking a little bit, but… on the verge of tears throughout all of it because I was so happy, so it was all of that.
How’d you get your start?
Teal Wicks: I really love theater and when I was young I loved singing and dancing and I just kind of dabbled in a little bit of community theatre in my town growing up.
What the first show you did there?
Teal Wicks: My first show I did it actually during the kind of community theatre sort of review that we did, it was called The Best of Broadway that a lot of the Sacramento… almost anybody and everybody that grew up in Sacramento, California. Almost anybody who liked theatre, dabbled in theatre, in Sacramento would get together and every year they would put out this show called The Best of Broadway that was basically the best of Broadway. So they would just… every year they would pick different shows and songs that they wanted to use and just kind of put little skits and do little staging and have probably like 30, 40 different songs and numbers from any and all musicals. So that was my… that’s how I started. It was really fun.
I learned so many songs and got kind of familiar with the whole Broadway musical theatre songbook I think through that doing that show. id that a couple years. I probably did that 4 or 5 years when I was in Sacramento. It was fun. Every year since I was older I could do more… I would get more into the adult numbers. Not adult numbers, but I started, you know, as sort of a kid and then you joined in the teen numbers and then you go into the teen almost adult numbers and so it was fun.
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