Anthony Rapp Net Worth

How much is Anthony Rapp worth?

Net Worth:$6 Million
Date of Birth:October 26, 1971 (52 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:1.73 m, 5 ft 8 in
Profession:Actor, Author, Singer
Nationality:American
Anthony Rapp Net Worth:
$6 Million

Anthony Rapp is an American actor and singer who has a net worth of $6 million. Anthony Rapp is best known for originating the role of Mark Cohen in the Broadway musical “Rent.” Also on stage, he played Charlie Brown in the 1999 Broadway revival of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” and originated the part of Lucas in the 2014 musical “If/Then.” Rapp has also appeared in films such as “Adventures in Babysitting,” “School Ties,” “Dazed and Confused,” and “A Beautiful Mind,” and plays Lieutenant Commander Paul Stamets on the television series “Star Trek: Discovery.”

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Career

In 1981, Rapp made his stage debut in the off-Broadway show “Youth is Broken,” and also appeared as a children’s chorus member in a production of “Evita.” He subsequently made his first appearance on Broadway in “The Little Prince and the Aviator,” a musical based on the novel “The Little Prince”; however, the show closed during previews. Following this, Rapp appeared in “The King and I,” “Precious Sons,” “Six Degrees of Separation,” “The Destiny of Me,” “Sophistry,” “Trafficking in Broken Hearts,” and “Raised in Captivity.”

Personal Life

Rapp is considered one of the first openly gay men on Broadway, having come out to his mother at the age of 18. However, he prefers to identity as queer, and has also identified as bisexual in the past. In November of 2019, Rapp got engaged to his boyfriend Ken Ithiphol.

Inspirational Quotes by Anthony Rapp

Frankly, if people aren't going to cast me because I'm queer, than I don't want to work with them.

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Anyone who loses a parent, you have to find those parts of yourself that your parent held true in themselves, especially if they're supportive parents.

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Labels are for cans, not people.

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In our culture I think most people think of grief as sadness, and that's certainly part of it, a large part of it, but there's also this thorniness, these edges that come out.

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I wanted really to make it moment to moment, partly because I'm an actor and that's how I operate - actors are all about creating the moment.

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