About Kristin Chenoweth

Kristin Chenoweth is one of the popular American actresses and singers who became successful in her career and able to win various awards and receive the nomination. She has been working actively since the year 1991.

Quick Info
Full NameKristi Dawn Chenoweth
Date of BirthJuly 24, 1968
Birth PlaceBroken Arrow, Oklahoma, U.S.
Parent(s)Junie Smith Chenoweth and Jerry Morris
OccupationActress, Singer
Spouse(s)Marc Kudisch (1998-2001)
Josh Bryant (present)
Net worthUS $16 million

Kristin’s Early Life and Bio

Junie and Jerry raised Kristin Chenoweth, and in her early life, she used to perform gospel songs for local churches. At the age of 12, she had also made her solo appearance at the Southern Baptist Convention national conference. At that time, she had performed the Evie song “Four Feet Eleven.”


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What are Kristin’s Nationality and Physical Stats?

Kristin Chenoweth holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnicity. She is currently 52 years old, with a height of 4 feet 11 inches and a weight of 45kg. She had got the body measurements of 35-22-34 inches and had blonde hair with blue eyes. As she was born on July 24, her zodiac sign is Leo.

Kristin’s Education: School/College

She had joined Broken Arrow Senior High School, where she used to be a part of school plays, and then she went to Oklahoma City University after she completed her high school graduation. She used to be a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority in the university. In 1990, she received a bachelor’s degree in musical theatre. She later had a master’s degree in opera performance in 1992, where she studied under Florence Birdwell, a voice instructor and mentor.

Kristin Chenoweth also participated in beauty pageants where she was able to win Miss OCU, and later, in 1991, she also became the second runner-up in the Miss Oklahoma pageant. Further, she also participated in a studio of “The Happiest Fella” in 1991, where it is known as a musical with a book, music, and lyrics by Frank Loesser.

Further, she was seen performing at the Lyric Theatre in Oklahoma City where she was seen playing in “The Sound of Music,” “Promises, Promises,” and “The King and I.” She was seen competing in several vocal competitions where she had got a full scholarship to Philadelphia’s Academy of Vocal Arts. While she was helping to move her friend, she also auditioned for the 1993 Paper Mill Playhouse production of the musical “Animal Crackers,” where she became able to have the role of Arabella Rittenhouse. After that, she didn’t accept the scholarship and then moved to New York for the show and focused on her musical theatre career.

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Kristin Chenoweth continues to perform in a regional theatre production where she was seen performing in “Babes in Arms” and “Phantom,” and she was also seen in Off-Broadway shows like in “The Fantasticks” and “Box Office of the Damned.” After that, she appeared in the Roundabout Theatre Company production in a comedy “Scapin” from which she was able to be attracted by many people. After that, she did her Broadway debut in the year 1997, where she was seen playing the role of Precious McGuire in the musical “Steel Pier.” She became able to won a Theatre World Award for her outstanding performance as Precious McGuire.

Further, she was seen in the City Center Encores!, staged a musical concert with a book, “Strike up the Band,” where she appeared as Anne Draper and also seen in a musical with music and lyric.s “A New Brain.” In a musical comedy with music and poetry, she was also seen in a musical comedy, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” for she had won Tony and Drama Desk awards for Best Featured Actress in Musical. Further, she was seen in a play “Epic Proportions,” and in a musical, “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.”

Later, in 2001, Kristin Chenoweth released her solo album “Let Yourself Go,” and she was nominated in Tony Awards as Best Leading Actress in a Musical” for her outstanding performance. After that, she was also able to be nominated for the Drama Desk Award and the Drama League Award. Later, she left Wicked, where the wicked cast was able to earn a Grammy Award in the year 2005. Further, she also appeared in the form of the serial political drama television series “The West Wing.”

Further, she was seen appearing in an operetta with music “Candide,” a television anthology series “Great Performance,” a series of three musical “The Apple Tree,” a musical “Music in the Air,” in an opera” The Ghost of Versailles,” a musical “Promises, Promises” and a musical with book and lyrics “On the Twentieth Century” for which he had earned lots of positive reviews and awarded by the various award for her best performance.

Television Career

Kristin Chenoweth started her television career after being cast in a guest role in a sitcom “LateLine.” Later, she was seen playing in a television series like “Paramour” and “Kristin,” where she was seen in a television movie like “Annie” and The Music Man.” Further, she was seen appearing in the show “Frasier,” “Sesame Street,” and “Ugly Betty.” 

Likewise, she was seen in a fantasy mystery comedy-drama television series “Pushing Daisies,” for which she was critically acclaimed; she was also nominated two years in a row for an Emmy Award. After that, she was able to win an Outstanding Supporting Actress in Comedy Series. She also provided her voice over the character Miracle Grohe in an animated comedy series, “Sit Down, Shut Up.”

After that, Kristin Chenoweth was seen appearing in “Glee,” “GCB,” “Hot in Cleveland,” “The Good Wife,” “Kirstie,” “Descendants,” and “I Get That a Lot.” Later, she also hosted 69th Tony Awards and co-hosted the 69th Tony Awards for which she was nominated for Emmy Award. 

Likewise, she also appeared in the series “American Gods” and the sitcom “Trial & Error.” Later, she also participated in “A Very Wicked Halloween” and later, seen in “Darci Lynne Farmer: My Hometown Chrismas.”

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Film Career

Kristin Chenoweth started her film career in after she had been cast into the movie “Topa Topa Bluffs” in 2002 and later seen in the film like “Bewitched,” “The Pink Panther,” “RV,” “Running with Scissors,” “Deck the Halls” and “Stranger Than Fiction.”

Later, she was seen cast into the movie like “A Four Christmases,” ”Into Temptation,” “You Again,” “Hit and Run,” “Family Weekend,” “The Opposite Sex,” The Boy Next Door,” “Hard sell,” “Class Rank” and “Holiday.”

She had also provided her voice in the movies including “A Sesame Street Christmas Carol”, “Space Chimps”, “Tinker Bell”, “Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure”, “Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue”, “Rio 2”, “Strange Magic,” “The Peanuts Movie,” “My Little Pony: The Movie,” “The Star” and “The witches.”

Personal Life: Relationship

Kristin Chenoweth was born on July 24, 1968, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, the U.S., where she was adopted by Junie Smith Chenoweth and Jerry Morris when she was five days old. Jeanie and Jerry both were chemical engineers from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Later, they named her Kristi Dawn Chenoweth, where she was popularly known as Kristin Chenoweth, and she also used to meet her biological mother sometimes. She had a brother, Mark Chenoweth, as a sibling.

Chenoweth had been in a relationship with several Hollywood men who were producer Dana Brunetti, actors Seth Green, Lane Garrison, and Marc Kudisch, where she was engaged with him from 1998 to 2001. After that, she also used to have a relationship with the producer and producer Aaron Sorkin, and now, she was currently dating Josh Bryant.

Kristin’s Net Worth

The estimated net worth of Kristin Chenoweth is $16 million


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