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Marcy Harriell

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Marcy Harriell
Harriell at Montclair Film Festival 2019
Occupations
  • Actress
  • singer
  • show host
  • fashion designer
  • writer
Years active1994–present
SpouseRobert Harriell
Websitemarcyharriell.com

Marcy Harriell is an American actress, singer and writer. She is best known for her appearances on Broadway, starring in the Tony Award winning musicals In the Heights and Rent, and as the host of the fashion series Re:Fashion on TN Marketing's Craftsy.

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Career

After starring as Maria in the 1996 National tour of West Side Story,[1] Harriell made her Broadway debut on April 4, 1997 (after only 4 days of rehearsal) as Mimi in the Pulitzer Prize winning musical, Rent, starring opposite Adam Pascal.[2] She went on to star in the Broadway musical Lennon,[3] featuring the music of former Beatle, John Lennon; written and directed by Don Scardino. On November 11, 2008, she joined the cast of the 2008 Tony Award winning musical In The Heights,[4] starring as Vanessa, opposite Lin-Manuel Miranda.

On television, Harriell has been a Series Regular on NBC's Ed, HBO's Nurse Jackie and the CBS courtroom dramedy Queens Supreme.[5][6] She has been a guest star on numerous television programs, including: NCIS, Law & Order, Elementary, Royal Pains, Beauty & the Beast, Gone and Search Party.[7][8]

In 2006, Harriell auditioned for the Quentin Tarantino film Death Proof (part of the double feature Grindhouse). Mr. Tarantino was so intrigued by Harriell's "southern boy" characterization, that he rewrote the part specifically for her and renamed the character Marcy.[9]

In December 2013, Lin-Manuel Miranda recruited Harriell to help him record demos of his songs for the Disney animated motion picture, Moana. Harriell's outtakes of the songs "More" and "More (Reprise)" were included on the soundtrack.[10]

Harriell plays Molly's mother in the 2019 motion picture Men in Black: International.

In 2022, Harriell was tapped as star vocalist by Mark Morris in his latest evening-length piece "The Look of Love" based on the classic Burt Bacharach, Hal David, Dionne Warwick hit songs. Premiering on the east coast at John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Washington Post noted “Performed by luminous chanteuse Marcy Harriell … Harriell’s voice reaches theater-filling force … Harriell ranges masterfully from hushed intimacy to a desperate, raging plea, making you feel the destruction of a soul.”[11]

Among her many singing engagements, Harriell is a regular with the tribute project Loser's Lounge, created by Joe McGinty. With The Losers, Harriell has performed at The Public Theater, City Winery, Lincoln Center and the Montclair Film Festival.[12][13]

Harriell is well known in the online sewing community through her popular blog oonaballoona, where she showcases her fashion designs and handmade wardrobe. She is the host of Re:Fashion, a show about sewing and fashion on TN Marketing's Craftsy.[14] She has been a featured writer for magazines threads and Mollie Makes.[15] In 2018, she was a guest on the Canadian sewing podcast Love To Sew where she talked about developing her confidence as a sewist.[16]

Personal life

Harriell has been married to actor/writer/entrepreneur Robert Harriell since 1995.[17]

Stage performances

Sources: Playbill[18] IBDB[19] Broadway World[20]

Year Title Role Theater Notes
1994-95 Blood Brothers Linda multiple U.S. Tour
1995-96 West Side Story Maria multiple U.S. Tour
1997-99 Rent Mimi Márquez Nederlander Theatre Broadway
2001 Sorrows and Rejoicings Rebecca Second Stage Theater Off-Broadway - Created Role
2002 Company Marta Kennedy Center Stephen Sondheim Celebration
A Sondheim Celebration Marta Lincoln Center Outtakes from Company[21]
2003 Little Fish Kathy Second Stage Theater Off-Broadway
2004 Lucky Duck Serena Old Globe Theatre Created role
2005 Lennon Elton John, etc. Broadhurst Theatre Broadway
2006 Getting Home Jan Second Stage Theater Off-Broadway - Created role
Kismet Marsinah Encores! Off-Broadway
2008 Was Angel Lincoln Center Off-Broadway
2008-11 In the Heights Vanessa Richard Rodgers Theatre Broadway
2019 Promenade Miss U Encores! Off-Broadway
2022 The Look of Love Star Vocalist Kennedy Center World Tour
2023 The Untitled Unauthorized Hunter S. Thompson Musical Sandy La Jolla Playhouse Regional

Television performances

Sources: TV Guide[22] TV.com[23]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Law & Order Josette Vega Guest Star
2002-03 Queens Supreme Carmen Hui Series Regular
2003-04 Ed Jennifer Young Series Regular
2007 NCIS Carly Marcano Guest Star
2009 Legally Mad Paige unaired pilot[24]
2011 Royal Pains Betty Guest Star
2013 Nurse Jackie Marta Series Regular
2015 Elementary Yolanda Massee Guest Star
Beauty & the Beast ER Head Nurse Guest Star
2016 Search Party Casey Guest Star
2017 Gone Karen Garcia Guest Star
2018-19 Re:Fashion Herself Star/Host (Best Instructional Video - 2019 Cynopsis Awards)[25]

Film performances

Sources: TV Guide [22]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Death Proof Marcy
Freezer Burn Suzie
2012 First Kiss Lover
2015 Touched with Fire Elise Produced by Spike Lee
2016 Moana Moana Outtake of More
2019 Men in Black: International Molly's Mom
2022 Burst The Silence Chantelle

References

  1. ^ Rich, Alan (January 25, 1996). "West Side Story". Variety.com. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  2. ^ Lefkowitz, David (April 1, 1997). "Rent: Rubin-Vega Moves Out, Harriell Moves In". Playbill.com. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  3. ^ "Marcy Harriell – Broadway Cast & Staff - IBDB". IBDb.com. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  4. ^ Jones, Kenneth (November 6, 2008). "New Girl In the Heights: Harriell Will Step Into Vanessa's High Heels". Playbill.com. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  5. ^ Martin, Denise (August 4, 2003). "Marcy Harriell". Variety.com. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  6. ^ "Broadway's Marcy Harriell to Recur on Showtime's NURSE JACKIE". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  7. ^ "Marcy Harriell | Apple TV (AU)".
  8. ^ "Marcy Harriell - Rotten Tomatoes". Rotten Tomatoes.
  9. ^ "Death Proof (2007) - IMDb". IMDb.
  10. ^ Quinn, Dave (February 24, 2017). "How Lin-Manuel Miranda's Oscar-Nominated Moana Track Evolved into Disney's Most Unique Ballad". People. New York: Time Inc. Retrieved February 27, 2017.
  11. ^ "Mark Morris's tribute to Burt Bacharach is what the world needs now". The Washington Post. Retrieved July 17, 2023.
  12. ^ "The Loser's Lounge Tribute to Aretha Franklin - Joe's Pub Live! From the Archives".
  13. ^ "Losers Lounge Setlist at City Winery New York City, New York". setlist.fm.
  14. ^ "NBCU Sells Bluprint Crafting Subscription-Streaming Service to Marketing Firm". July 2020.
  15. ^ "Wax Prints". Threadsmagazine.com. February 21, 2019. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  16. ^ "Episode 65: Sew Confident with Marcy Harriell". Love To Sew Podcast. October 30, 2018. Retrieved January 25, 2020.
  17. ^ "Let's TALK STITCH: A Cup of Sew Joe 2". YouTube.
  18. ^ "Marcy Harriell". Playbill.
  19. ^ "Marcy Harriell – Broadway Cast & Staff - IBDB". www.ibdb.com.
  20. ^ "Marcy Harriell Theatre Credits, News, Bio and Photos". www.broadwayworld.com.
  21. ^ "Sondheim Celebration at Avery Fisher Hall To Include Songs from Follies". Playbill. October 14, 2002.
  22. ^ a b "Marcy Harriell - TV Guide". TVGuide.com.
  23. ^ "Marcy Harriell". TV.com.
  24. ^ Schneider, Michael (May 11, 2009). "NBC passing on 'Legally Mad'". Variety. Retrieved December 28, 2019.
  25. ^ "2019 Short Form Video Festival".

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