Ben Cook (Actor) Bio, Wiki, Age, Girlfriend, Movies, Net Worth

Ben Cook
Ben Cook
Ben Cook

Ben Cook Biography

Ben Cook is a well-known American performer in the arts of acting, singing, and dancing. After appearing in four different Broadway musicals, including Ragtime, Billy Elliot the Musical (for which he was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award), Tuck Everlasting, and Mean Girls, he became a well-known actor and gained widespread recognition. Ben has also been a part of two Broadway national tours, namely Billy Elliot the Musical and Newsies the Musical. In addition, he has made guest appearances on the television shows 30 Rock, House of Cards, Veep, and Law & Order: SVU, as well as the film Paterno, which was broadcast on HBO.

Ben Cook Age

Ben (Benjamin Tyler Cook) was born on December 11, 1997, in Eden, North Carolina.  He is 25 years old.

Ben Cook Height

Ben stands at an approximate height of 5ft 9in.

Ben Cook Family

Ben was raised in both New York City and Lorton, Virginia during his childhood. He was born in Eden, North Carolina. Jill and Glenn Cook are his parents, and he is their son. The American School Counselor Association has Ben’s mother working as an associate director on their staff. His father’s professions include photography, blogging, and consulting for publishing companies. Ben received his middle school education as well as a portion of his high school education at the Professional Performing Arts School in New York City.

Ben Cook Girlfriend

Ben is currently single since he has not seen or revealed anything about him dating or having a girlfriend.

Ben Cook Law And Order

During the first national tour of Newsies the Musical, Ben played the role of “Race” for over a year and a half while also serving as the understudy for the role of “Crutchie,” which he performed on occasion. Following that, Ben performed once again in the part of “Race” in the stage adaptation of the musical Newsies, which was filmed and given a limited release in February of 2017. After the filming of the production of Newsies, Cook filmed an appearance on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as “Adam Turner” in the episode titled “Great Expectations.” The episode was also filmed.

On television, Ben has made appearances as “Young Jack” in Alec Baldwin’s “Jack Donaghy” on 30 Rock in the episode entitled, “Chain Reaction of Mental Anguish;” as Walt in the episode of the HBO series Veep titled “The Choice;” and as Heather Dunbar’s son in the episode “Chapter 27” of the Netflix series House of Cards. Ben has also appeared as “Young Jack” in the episode “Chain Reaction of Mental

Ben Cook Mean Girls

Ben’s participation in the world premiere of the musical adaption of the film Mean Girls was revealed on July 27, 2017, and the announcement was made public. It is scheduled to make its pre-Broadway debut on October 31, 2017, at the National Theatre in Washington, District of Columbia. Tina Fey is the author of the musical’s book, which she wrote. Casey Nicholaw, who also directed Ben in Tuck Everlasting, is in charge of the directing, while Lorne Michaels, who is responsible for creating Saturday Night Live, is the producer.

Ben Cook Billy Elliot

Ben made his return to Broadway in the role of “Tall Boy” in the musical Billy Elliot, which was performed at the Imperial Theatre. Ben also portrayed the roles of “Michael” and “Billy” in the Billy Elliot production that toured the North American National Tour. On May 19, 2013, he had his last tour performance as “Billy,” which took place in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Ben is well-known for the parts he has played in musical theatre. His first performance on Broadway was in the musical Ragtime, which took place at the Neil Simon Theatre. He understudied and eventually played the role of “Edgar (the small kid)”. Both the Ford’s Theatre and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, District of Columbia, played host to a number of Ben’s stage appearances over the years.

Ben Cook Tuck Everlasting

On January 15, 2016, it was reported that Ben would be leaving the national tour of Newsies on January 31, 2016, after more than 500 performances, in order to join the original Broadway cast of the new musical Tuck Everlasting. The children’s book that Natalie Babbitt wrote in 1975 served as the inspiration for the musical. The play opened for previews on March 31, 2016, and it had a total of 39 performances until it concluded on May 29, 2016, after having 28 previews.

Ben Cook Net Worth

Ben has an estimated net worth that ranges between $500k – $1 million.

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