|Cold Case||2006 2006||Actor||Dennis Hirschfelder||20067|
|Broadway's Best||2002 2001 - 2002||Actor||n/a||20027|
|Tale of the Mighty Knights||2008 2007 - 2008||Narrator||n/a||1|
|School of Rock||2003||Actor||Theo||20037|
|My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||n/a||20017|
|Reprised role of Roger in the West End production of "Rent"|
|Was a member of the rock band Mute from junior high school to three months before he won his role in "Rent"|
|Born in the Bronx, New York|
|Film debut in bit part in the inane comedy "SLC Punk!"; screened at Sundance|
|Co-produced the hit Off-Broadway play "Fully Committed" at the Cherry Lane Theatre|
|At age 10, moved to Syosset, Long Island|
|Released first solo album "Model Prisoner" (Sh-K-Boom Records); featured 12 original rock songs|
|Reprised role of Roger in Off-Broadway and Broadway productions of "Rent"; won an OBIE Award for his performance; nominated for a Tony Award as Actor in a Musical|
|Starred as Egyptian warrior Ramades in Elton John and Tim Rice's Broadway musical "Aida" (at one time called "Elaborate Lives: The Story of Aida")|
|Created role of HIV-infected punk rocker Roger in the New York Theater Workshop production of "Rent"|
|Reprised his original Broadway role of the HIV-positive struggling musician Roger in the big screen adaptation of "Rent"|
|Cybele Pascal||Wife||married c. 1998|
|Syosset High School|
|University of Southern Florida|
|New York Institute of Technology|
|His official Web site is located at www.adampascal.net.|
|Pascal has claimed that he didn't give up his job as a personal trainer at a gym until "Rent" was running for several months.|
|Asked how "Rent" changed his life, Pascal told Newsweek in May 1996: "It'll allow me to get my own apartment. I've always mooched off girlfriends."|
|"I'm not interested in 'traditional' musicals or revivals; I want to create roles, not do ones that have already been done." --Pascal to Playbill, March 28, 2000.|
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