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Raised in Indianapolis, BEN DAVIS comes directly from the critically acclaimed production of 110 In The Shade at the Pasadena Playhouse where he played "File." Bringing him to L.A. was Baz Luhrmann's production of Puccini's La bohème at The Ahmanson in which he played the painter, "Marcello." It was for this role on Broadway that he received a 2003 Tony. Ben continued his luck in working with great directors with Michael Mayer in the Broadway production of Thoroughly Modern Millie where he played the quintessential Arrow Collar Man, "Trevor Graydon." His first Broadway show was Les Miserables, in which he played the role of the student leader, "Enjolras." He is one of very few actors to have performed both "Enjolras" and "Marius."

Ben Davis can be heard on the original cast album for Baz Luhrmann's production of La bohème. Future projects include a return visit to The Hollywood Bowl as a soloist in Leonard Bernstein's Mass. He attended Butler University where he studied voice with Steven Stolen.

Thanks to everyone at Handprint and DGRW for their hard work. He would especially like to thank his wife Annie for her continuing selflessness in helping him pursue his dreams. None of this would be worth it or would have been possible without her.