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Andrew Michael Edgar Seeley is a Canadian actor, singer, composer, and dancer.
In 2009, Drew Seeley performed as Prince Eric. It was in the Disney Broadway musical 'The Little Mermaid'.
Drew Seeley is also popular for acting in the movie 'A Cinderella Story'. Seeley's debut album is titled 'DS' and was released in 2006. That same year, he also appeared in the television movie 'Claire'. He has also recorded numerous tracks for the Walt Disney Company. Before moving to Florida, he danced as a youngster in Ontario up until he was in his early teens. Read ahead to discover even more interesting details about the net worth, career, and family life of Drew Seeley.
Drew Seeley is a famous actor, singer, and dancer. He has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
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Drew Seeley is 5 ft 11 in (180.3 cm) tall.
Drew Seeley is 40 years old. He was born on April 28, 1982.
Drew Seeley was born Andrew Michael Edgar Seeley in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He was raised in Toronto and had a passion for acting. He was once a member of the boy band Nu Ground. Seeley was hired for Hal Prince's revival of 'Showboat'. In 2005, Seeley started working with renowned producer Ray Cham. The two of them developed the song 'Get'cha Head in the Game'. It was nominated for a Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Award. It was in the category of Best Original Music and Lyrics.
Drew Seeley is married to Amy Paffrath. She is an actress and comedian. The couple had a daughter together in 2019.
The song 'Get'cha Head in the Game' was written by Drew Seeley and Ray Cham. It was for Disney's triple-platinum 'High School Musical' soundtrack in 2005. Additionally, he appeared in an audition with Zac Efron. It was for the character of Troy Bolton in the first 'High School Musical movie'. Efron was chosen for the role. However, Seeley provided the singing voice for the character. This was later mixed with the voice of Efron.
Additionally, Seeley stepped in for Efron. It was on the tours of 'High School Musical: The Concert'. He performed in 60,000-seat arenas. On the Cheetah Girls 2 album, Drew and Belinda sang the duet 'Dance with Me'. This was broadcast on the Radio Disney and Disney Channel. He also sang along with Alvin and the group. They performed a new version of 'Shake Your Groove Thing'. It was on the Chipmunks CD titled Undeniable.
Drew Seeley produced and co-wrote the music for the movie 'Fly Kidz'. He also co-starred with Valerie Bertinelli. It was in the Hallmark Channel movie 'Claire'. Additionally, Drew composed and provided the musical score for the movie 'Jump In!' Drew Seeley played the role of pop sensation Joey Parker. It was in the movie 'Another Cinderella Story'. He starred in the movie with Jane Lynch and Selena Gomez. In the movie, Drew composed and sang four songs.
Drew Seeley played the part of Prince Eric. It was in the Disney Broadway production of 'The Little Mermaid' over the summer of 2009. Additionally, he also acted in the horror movie 'The Shortcut'. Seeley appeared in a Hallmark Channel television film. It was titled 'Freshman Father'. 'The Resolution' was an album by Seeley. Drew played his own original songs as part of a nationwide tour in promotion of the record.
On June 2011, it was announced that Seeley had joined the cast of the popular CW teen drama '90210'. However, Entertainment Weekly subsequently claimed that he had withdrawn from consideration for the part due to a scheduling problem. He also starred in the movie 'I Kissed a Vampire'. He performed with Lucas Grabeel and Adrian Slade.
The music video for Seeley's song 'Beautiful' was also released. 2013 saw the start of Seeley's shooting for his part in 'Elixir'. It was a new movie that would later air on ABC Family as 'Lovestruck: The Musical'. He played the role of 'Young Ryan' Seeley appeared. He appeared alongside Jane Seymour, Tom Wopat, Sara Paxton, Chelsea Kane, and Alexander DiPersia. He sings his cover of Usher's 'DJ's Got Us Fallin' in Love' in the show.
Drew Seeley co-wrote and performed 'Here & Now'. It was the theme song for ABC Family's spring advertising campaign. The tune appeared on Seeley's dance-pop EP. In 2014, Seeley participated in the US tour of Jersey Boys as 'Bob Gaudio'.
His song 'Get'cha Head in the Game' was nominated for an Emmy. It was in the category of Best Original Music and Lyrics.
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