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'Girls' Actor and Tony-Nominated Broadway Star Andrew Rannells is Writing a Memoir

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Any viewer who has seen Lena Dunham's HBO hit Girls will undoubtedly recognize the face of Andrew Rannells, who starred as the gay best friend we always wanted, Elijah Krantz. His witty, vivacious deposition which won fans over is being transferred to the page, as he has announced that he is publishing a memoir!

 

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Scheduled to be released in 2019, Rannells' memoir will reportedly outline the journey of his acting career, from his experience in community theater in the Midwest city of Omaha, Nebraska to the iconic Broadway stage in New York. 

 

His memoir will reflect on his extensive theatrical experience, from debut role in Hairspray to his Tony-nominated leading role in The Book of Mormon. He has also starred in Hamilton, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and Falsettos. 

 

Rannells commented on his upcoming memoir stating:

 

This is by far the most personal project I have ever worked on. Being an author has always been a dream of mine and I am incredibly honored to be given this opportunity. I am excited to share these stories and I will try my absolute best not to embarrass my family. Too badly.

 

While the title of his memoir and specific release date is yet to be announced, fans can look forward to a hilarious awe-inspiring read!

 

 

Featured Image Via Jan-Willem Dikkers