Tony Winner Steve Kazee Joins Crime Series Blindspot

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The Broadway alum—soon to return to the stage in Pretty Woman—has landed a recurring role in the third season.
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Steve Kazee

Tony winner Steve Kazee has joined the cast of NBC’s crime series Blindspot, according to Entertainment Weekly. The Tony-winning stage and screen actor (Nashville, Once) will play a recurring role during season 3, though details on his character are yet to be revealed.

The third season of Blindspot kicked off October 27. When the show launched in 2015 it followed the FBI investigation of Jane Doe, who was found naked in Times Square with no memory and covered in tattoos. In the third season, Jane, played by Jaimie Alexander, is married to FBI agent Kurt Weller, played by Sullivan Stapleton.

The show airs Fridays at 8 PM ET.

As previously announced, Kazee is set to star in the world premiere of the Pretty Woman musical in Chicago in spring 2018. Kazee will play Edward, the businessman who unexpectedly falls for Vivian after hiring her as an escort—played by Richard Gere in the film.

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Kazee’s Broadway credits include his Tony-winning turn in Once, as well as To Be or Not To Be, 110 in the Shade, Spamalot, and Seascape.

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