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Paigeohara
Paige O'Hara
Biographical Information
Born May 10th, 1956
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Productions Company as Marta
Oklahoma! as Ado Annie
Show Boat as Ellie May Chipley
The Mystery of Edwin Drood as Citizen of Cloisterham, Edwin Drood/Miss Alice Nutting, Succubae/Miss Florence Gill (original Broadway cast)
Of Thee I Sing/Let 'Em Eat Cake as Diana Devereaux (concert)
Les Misérables as Fantine
Mack & Mabel
Sitting Pretty as May Tolliver
The Cat and the Fiddle
The Nutcracker Prince as Clara (singing voice)
Beauty and the Beast as Belle
South Pacific as Nellie Forbush
One Touch of Venus as Venus
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas as Belle
Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World as Belle
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse as Belle
Judy the Musical: From Gumm to Garland as Frances Gumm/Judy Garland (original cast)
Recordings The Mystery of Edwin Drood (original cast recording)
Of Thee I Sing/Of Thee I Sing/Let Them Eat Cake (1987 studio cast recording)
Mack & Mabel: Live in Concert
Sitting Pretty (studio cast recording)
Beauty and the Beast (film soundtrack)
South Pacific (1994 cast recording)
Loving You
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (film soundtrack)
Vocal Type Mezzo-soprano

Paige O'Hara is an American actress.

BiographyEdit

Born Donna Paige Helmintoller in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, she began acting at the age of four and studied at Parkway Middle School of Arts. She made her stage debut in 1978 in Company as Marta. She also appeared in a number of concerts and tours, as well as a radio production of One Touch of Venus, as the title character.

O'Hara's most famous role came in 1991, where she played the Disney Princess Belle in Beauty and the Beast and a number of sequels and spin-offs. She also made a cameo appearance as Angela in Enchanted, along with several other actresses to have played Disney heroines.

SingingEdit

An accomplished singer, O'Hara made her Broadway debut as Ellie May Chipley in Show Boat and appeared as Ado Annie in the national tours of Oklahoma! and South Pacific, as well as the original cast of The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

She subsequently went on to appear in a number of concerts of musicals, notably a double bill of Of Thee I Sing and Let Them Eat Cake, and sang as Belle in Beauty and the Beast and every subsequent appearance she made as the character. O'Hara also originated the role of Judy Garland and the biopic musical Judy the Musical: From Gumm to Garland.

FilmEdit

The Nutcracker Prince (1990)Edit

  • Save This Dance for Me (solo)

Beauty and the Beast (1991)Edit

  • Belle (contains solo lines)
  • Belle (reprise)(solo)
  • Something There (contains solo lines)

Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (1997)Edit

  • Stories (solo)
  • As Long As There's Christmas (contains solo lines)
  • As Long As There's Christmas (Reprise)(duet)
  • A Cut Above The Rest (contains solo lines)

Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World (1998)Edit

  • Listen With Our Hearts (solo)
  • A Little Thought (solo)

Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse (2001)Edit

  • The Best Christmas of All (contains solo lines)

StageEdit

Company (1978)Edit

  • Company (contains solo lines)
  • You Could Drive a Person Crazy (contains solo lines)
  • Another Hundred People (solo)
  • Finale Ultimo

Oklahoma! (1979)Edit

  • I Cain't Say No (solo)
  • The Farmer and the Cowman
  • All Er Nuthin (duet)
  • Finale Ultimo

Show Boat (1983)Edit

  • Life Upon the Wicked Stage (contains solo lines)
  • I Might Fall Back on You (contains solo lines)

The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1985)Edit

Edwin DroodEdit
  • Two Kinsmen (duet)
  • Ceylon (contains solo lines)
  • A British Subject (contains solo lines)
  • Perfect Strangers (duet)
  • No Good Can Come from Bad (contains solo lines)
  • The Writing on the Wall (contains solo lines)
Miss Alice NuttingEdit
  • There You Are (contains solo lines)

Of Thee I Sing (1987)Edit

  • Who is the Lucky Girl to Be? (contains solo lines)
  • The Dimple on My Knee (contains solo lines)
  • Because, Because (contains solo lines)
  • I Was the Most Beautiful Blossom (solo)
  • Some Girls Can Bake a Pie (Reprise)(contains solo lines)
  • Jilted (contains solo lines)

Let 'Em Eat Cake (1987)Edit

  • First Lady and First Gent (duet)
  • Finale Ultimo

Les Misérables (1987)Edit

  • At the End of the Day (contains solo lines)
  • I Dreamed a Dream (solo)
  • Lovely Ladies (contains solo lines)
  • Fantine's Arrest (contains solo lines)
  • Come to Me (duet)
  • Valjean's Death (contains solo lines)
  • Finale

Mack & Mabel (1988)Edit

  • Look What Happened to Mabel (solo)

Sitting Pretty (1989)Edit

  • Worries (contains solo lines)
  • A Year From Today (duet)
  • Finale (duet)
  • Entr'acte (duet)
  • Opening (duet)
  • All You Need is a Girl (duet)
  • On a Desert Island With You (duet)
  • The Enchanted Train (duet)
  • Finale Ultimo (duet)
  • All The World is Dancing Mad (duet)
  • I'm Wise (duet)

The Cat and the Fiddle (1990)Edit

South Pacific (1994)Edit

Judy the Musical: From Gumm to Garland (2011)(originated the role)Edit

RadioEdit

One Touch of Venus (1995)Edit

  • I'm A Stranger Here Myself (solo)
  • Foolish Heart (solo)
  • Speak Low (duet)
  • That's Him (solo)

AlbumsEdit

Loving You (1995)Edit

  • Open A New Window/Before The Parade Passes By (solo)
  • I Never Said I Loved You (solo)
  • La Cage aux Folles (solo)
  • It Only Takes a Moment (solo)
  • Wherever He Ain't (solo)
  • Show Tune (solo)
  • Loving You (duet)
  • It's Today (solo)
  • So Long Dearie (solo)
  • Time Heals Everything (solo)
  • We Need a Little Christmas (solo)
  • I Don't Want to Know (solo)
  • If He Walked Into My Life (solo)
  • I Belong Here (solo)

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