Comedy in the Cloud
"Multiple Emmy award-winning and Grammy Award- nominated Wayne Brady has made his mark on stage and screen as an actor, singer, dancer, improviser, songwriter and television personality."
In December 2019, Brady was named the winner of season two of "The Masked Singer," arguably the biggest performance competition show in the world. His musical artistry won over the judges and audiences all across the country. On the heels of his win, Brady dropped a brand-new original single, entitled "Flirtin’ w/ Forever," which quickly climbed the streaming charts, as well as an accompanying music video.
Brady is known across America as host of the iconic CBS game show, "Let’s Make a Deal," which has earned him two Daytime Emmy Awards – Outstanding Game Show Host and Outstanding Original Song. His previous foray into daytime television, "The Wayne Brady Show," earned him two consecutive Emmy Awards for Outstanding Talk Show Host. Brady was also nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards – winning one – for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program for his stellar work on the American version of the improvisational comedy television series, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Brady’s additional television credits include a recent role on "The Bold and the Beautiful," which earned him yet another Daytime Emmy Award nomination.
A talented vocal artist, Brady has lent his voice to Nickelodeon’s "The Loud House," the Disney animated series’, "Sofia the First" and "Phineas and Pherb," Cartoon Network’s "Robot Chicken," and Seth MacFarlane’s "American Dad," among others.
On stage, Brady made his Broadway debut starring as ‘Billy Flynn’ in the long-running hit musical, "Chicago." In November 2015, Brady starred as ‘Lola’ in "Kinky Boots," Broadway’s Tony Award- winning Best Musical. In January 2017, Brady assumed the lead role of ‘Aaron Burr’ in the Chicago production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award- winning "Hamilton" for three months. In Fall 2019, he reteamed with Miranda, making several appearances in the improvisational hip-hop spectacular, "Freestyle Love Supreme."