Aaron Tveit is an American actor and singer. He has worked in Next to Normal, by performing the music theatre role of Gabe. He is well known for a teen drama series Gossip Girl where he played the role of Tripp van der Bilt. Aaron Tveit is also featured in the CBS series as Gareth Ritter.
He was quite active in sports, mostly soccer, basketball and golf as a youth. In college after the freshman year, he came into the musical theater.
|Full Name||Aaron Kyle Tveit|
|Date of Birth||21 October, 1983|
|Place of Birth||Middletown, New York|
|Parents||Stanley Tveit and Posie Tveit|
|Height||6 ft (183 cms)|
|Weight||75 (165 lbs)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
The approx income of Aaron Tveit in 2019 is around $1.6 million. Most of the earnings are from his Stage Acting.
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Early Life and Family
Aaron Tveit was born in the Middletown of Orange city which is situated in New York city to Posie and Stanley Tveit. His brother’s name is Jon. Jon is a Catholic Priest in the Archdiocese of New York.
He graduated from Middletown High School in 2001. Stanley Tveit performed in four of his school theater acts. When he was a child he used to play the violin and the French horn and also he turned down the business school scholarship.
● Host town
● Premium Rush
● Big Sky
● Better Off Single
Some Television show where Stanley Tveit worked
● Gossip Girl (2009-2012)
● Ugly Betty (2010)
● In Body of proof, he worked the role of Skip.
● In The Good Wife, he played the role of Spencer Zschau.
● BrianDead (2016)
Theatre Shows / Drama
● Calvin Berger
● The three Musketeers.
- He won the Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award which is given for the category of Best Ensemble. (in 2012)
- In 2012 he also won the 17th Satellite Award which is given for the Best Cast- motion Picture.
- In the same year, he won the National Board of Review Award for Best Cast. He won three different awards in the same year and was nominated for 5 amazing awards.
Recently, Aaron Tveit thought that he had been suffering from the common cold, his doctor thought that it could be the spring allergy which is normal. But a few weeks later he came to know that he had been suffering from the COVID-19. His team members are now taking precaution and they were not allowing the guests to enter the backstage.
Later, the New York state officials closed 31 musicals and plays so that they can stop the spread of COVID-19.