Cady Huffman, a Tony Award-winning actress, dancer, and singer, has graced the Broadway stage with her captivating performances and undeniable talent. Her Broadway debut came in 1985 as a replacement cast member in the hit musical La Cage aux Folles, marking the beginning of a remarkable career that has spanned over three decades.
In 2001, Huffman's career soared to new heights with her portrayal of Ulla in the original cast of Mel Brooks's uproarious musical The Producers. Her comedic brilliance and infectious energy brought the role to life, earning her critical acclaim and the coveted Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical.
Huffman's Broadway credits extend beyond her iconic performance in The Producers. She has starred in various productions, including Chicago, Steel Pier, Dame Edna: The Royal Tour, and Bob Fosse's Big Deal. Her versatility and talent have allowed her to seamlessly transition between comedic and dramatic roles, captivating audiences with her range and depth.
Beyond Broadway, Huffman has also made significant contributions to television and film. She has appeared in numerous popular shows, including Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Good Wife, and Blue Bloods, further showcasing her comedic timing and acting prowess. Her film credits include Hero, Space Marines, Romance & Cigarettes, and The Nanny Diaries.