Marilu Henner, a captivating American actress, has graced the Broadway stage with her remarkable talent, captivating audiences in numerous productions. She is perhaps best known for her portrayal of the vivacious Roxie Hart in the iconic musical Chicago (1997-1998), a role she reprised with captivating charm on the national tour in 1999.
Henner's Broadway journey commenced with her debut in the revue Over Here! (1974), where her vibrant energy and stage presence shone through. She further established her Broadway credentials in the revival of the classic musical Pal Joey (1976), bringing her signature blend of humor and heart to the role of Gladys Bumps.
In 1986, Henner took on the role of Barbara Kahn in the Neil Simon comedy Social Security, showcasing her comedic prowess and impeccable timing.