36 Facts About Kristin Chenoweth

1. Kristin Chenoweth has experienced success on the stage, in the movies, on TV, and as a recording artist.

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2. Kristin Chenoweth has performed with numerous symphonies, and held roles on and off Broadway, on television, and in film.

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3. Kristin Chenoweth has worked hard to stay in shape in order to keep up with the cardiovascular demands of her Broadway performances.

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4. Kristin Chenoweth made her Broadway debut in a production of Moliere's Scapin, starring Bill Irwin.

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5. Kristin Chenoweth earned a bachelor's degree in musical theater and a master's degree in opera performance from Oklahoma City University.

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6. In 2003, Kristin Chenoweth performed a starring role of Glinda in the Broadway hit Wicked which provided her breakthrough and success.

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7. Kristin Chenoweth began her career from different theatre productions and Broadway including Animal Crackers, Phantom and Steel Pier.

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8. In 2015, Kristin Chenoweth was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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9. Kristin Chenoweth was in Pushing Daisies between 2007 and 2009.

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10. Kristin Chenoweth tours and performances met with sold-out capacity crowds around the world.

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11. Kristin Chenoweth appeared in various beauty pageants and was a runner-up in the Miss Oklahoma pageant in 1991.

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12. In 1997, Kristin Chenoweth made her Broadway debut in the musical Steel Pier where she played the Precious McGuire character and went on to win the Theatre World Award.

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13. Kristin Chenoweth studied at the Broken Arrow Senior High School and took part in many school plays.

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14. Kristin Chenoweth dropped out of the show to focus on her recovery.

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15. In 2007, Kristin Chenoweth went back to television as a cast member of Pushing Daisies.

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16. Kristin Chenoweth had a whirlwind 2006: She appeared in six movies and two television shows, and starred in the Broadway musical The Apple Tree.

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17. In 2003, Kristin Chenoweth landed a starring role as Glinda in the Broadway hit Wicked.

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18. Kristin Chenoweth decided to give the production a try, as well.

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19. In 1993, Kristin Chenoweth traveled to New York City to support a friend who was auditioning for an off-Broadway musical called Animal Crackers.

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20. Kristin Chenoweth takes to the ad field for Avocados of Mexico.

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21. Kristin Chenoweth received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2015.

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22. In 2010, Kristin Chenoweth was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame.

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23. Kristin Chenoweth was awarded an honorary doctorate in Performing Arts from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 2009, where she was the commencement speaker.

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24. In May 2010, Kristin Chenoweth wrote in response to an article in Newsweek by Ramin Setoodeh, an openly gay writer.

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25. Kristin Chenoweth conducted her first US concert tour in the summer of 2012.

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26. Kristin Chenoweth has a distinctive speaking voice, one she has compared to that of Betty Boop.

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27. In 2011, Kristin Chenoweth released her first televised music video on Country Music Television, directed by Roman White, for her song "I Want Somebody".

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28. In 2009, Kristin Chenoweth starred as a "suicidal prostitute" in the indie drama Into Temptation, written and directed by Patrick Coyle.

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29. Kristin Chenoweth made her film debut in Topa Topa Bluffs in 2002 playing "Patty".

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30. Kristin Chenoweth was cast in a recurring role as a political reporter in the fourth season of The Good Wife.

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31. Kristin Chenoweth returned again to Glee in "Rumours" in 2011, and for its 100th episode in 2014.

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32. From 2007 to 2009, Kristin Chenoweth played Olive Snook in the television series, Pushing Daisies.

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33. In 2004, Kristin Chenoweth began playing the recurring role of media consultant Annabeth Schott in The West Wing.

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34. Kristin Chenoweth appeared in the lead role of Marian in the 2003 television film, The Music Man, opposite Matthew Broderick.

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35. Kristin Chenoweth was scheduled to return to The Metropolitan Opera in 2010 to play Samira in John Corigliano's opera The Ghosts of Versailles.

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36. In 1992, Kristin Chenoweth participated in a studio recording of The Most Happy Fella.

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