An actor, singer, and songwriter who has starred in several roles on Broadway and on screens big and small, Cheyenne Jackson is an occasional recording artist as well.
Born and raised in the state of Washington, he did some theater work in Seattle but didn't take acting seriously until the early 2000s, when he decided to move to New York. Known for screen work ranging from United 93 to 30 Rock to American Horror Story, Jackson is featured on several cast recordings, including releases of All Shook Up (2005), Xanadu (2008), and Finian's Rainbow (2009). The last of those three was released the same year he teamed with Michael Feinstein
for The Power of Two. Additionally, he has recorded solo albums on his own, beginning with I'm Blue, Skies (2013). Renaissance (2016) was adapted from a stage show, Cheyenne Jackson's Cocktail Hour: Music of the Mad Men Era, which he had performed at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi