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Rachel Berry is the epitome of every small town girl that dreamt big. With two gay dads, the Broadway songbook in her heart, and a type-A personality, it was never easy for Rachel to fit in. With the love of her high-school sweetheart, Finn Hudson, she’s fought and sung and climbed her way out of high school in Lima, Ohio to finally reach New York City, the unforgiving capital of all her showbiz dreams. Now she’s taking her first steps into a real Broadway production, facing new heartbreak, new enemies at top-tier performance academy NYADA, and new victories as she chases the shining star Finn always knew she could be.
At just 8 years old, Lea Michele made her Broadway debut as "Young Cosette" in "Les Miserables." Since then, she has shared the stage with Broadway greats Audra McDonald and Brian Stokes Mitchell in "Ragtime" as well as with Alfred Molina in "Fiddler on the Roof."
Michele has also performed at Radio City Music Hall during the Tony Awards with the casts of "Spring Awakening," "Ragtime" and "Fiddler on the Roof." She was last seen as "Eponine" in the star-studded production of "Les MisÃ©rables" at the Hollywood Bowl, and has performed solo concerts to sold-out crowds at Feinstein's at Loews Regency in New York and at the Upright Cabaret in Los Angeles.
Best known for her role as "Wendla" in the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of "Spring Awakening," Michele was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical for her performance.
For her work on GLEE, Michele was honored this year with a Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Actress - Comedy or Musical and an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Michele was also recently nominated for a 2010 Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress: Comedy. In 2009, she was nominated in the Choice TV: Breakout Star Female category.
This futuristic police drama from executive producer J.J. Abrams centers around the unlikely partnership between a part-machine cop and a part-human robot.
Sean is a divorced dad who's trying to juggle it all.