Photos with Rick Faugno
Rick Faugno has been performing professionally since the age of 12 when he played Will Rogers, Jr. in "Will Rogers Follies" on Broadway. Faugno went on to study acting and theatre, and earned a bachelor of fine arts degree from New York University. Since, his career has included such memorable shows as "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," "Fosse," "Wonderful Town," and "Conversations with My Father" on Broadway, as well as national tours of "The Boy Friend," directed by Julie Andrews and "Jersey Boys," in the critically acclaimed role of Frankie Valli. Read more... Vegas Review-Journal. In 2010, Faugno showcased a standards-influenced songbook in "Songs My Idols Sang (And Danced)" and in 2011, created the New Classic Vegas one man show, "Body & Soul" at the Las Vegas Hilton. He's appeared on television programs including the Tony Awards, America's Got Talent, The Jerry Lewis Telethon, and LIVE! with Regis and Kelly. In October 2011, Faugno won the award for 'Best Performance' at the Orlando Film Festival for his portrayal of Alexander Mann in "Virgin Alexander."