Jako Craig Manning muszę przyznać, ze jest bardzo niezdecydowany.Początkowo spotykał się z Manny Santos, ale to jak byli baardzo młodzi. W końcu stanowili zgraną parę, gdy nie wkręciła się znów panna Manny. Aktualne zdjęcie ma już jakieś 8 lat, więc wypadałoby zmienić je na trochę nowsze.

and Aubrey Graham, now better known by his middle name, Drake!

That explains the latkes in the De Grassi cafeteria...

Audience members can't decide whether to love him or hate him. I have met him, but our director, Marc Bruni, and our writer, Douglas Mc Grath, made the decision that we weren't going to imitate these people because firstly, people don't know Gerry Goffin, Cynthia Weil [and] Barry Mann as people — they know their work.

Jake Epstein: When I first read this script, I was attracted to the part of Gerry because of all that! I couldn't figure out whether he was the villain or he was sort of the misunderstood hero or he was this artist or he was someone with real mental issues. And, the more I've learned about him, the more I'm a huge fan of his. People know Carole King, so they felt like what was more important was to tell their story — to be completely inspired by their story. You were talking before about [how] the audience likes you or doesn't like you…

I mean, I would tell people I was playing Spider-Man, and people would just break out laughing because it was so ridiculous! To be able to lead a musical like that — of that size…! I related so much to Spider-Man, and I felt like I was an outsider in New York City as a Canadian [and also] as somebody who didn't really do musical theatre…

I sang in bands all of my life, and all of a sudden I was starring in this big Broadway musical. I always felt very safe, but all the flying was definitely freaky. PUTTING THE BOMP (IN THE BOMP, BOMP, BOMP) Longtime Jersey Boy Jarrod Spector began singing professionally at three years old.

Is that gratifying to play as opposed to an angsty teen? I mean, I knew when I took this part it was my first sort of "adult role." I wasn't playing a high-school kid anymore. Literally, the day after I got my Green Card, I bought a plane ticket, flew here and started auditioning…

It was five weeks of being in New York before I booked Spider-Man.

I needed to go and feel good about what I was doing and learn something and kind of come back to it on my own terms.