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Jon Jon Briones was born and raised in the Philippines and now resides in Los Angeles, California. He first ventured abroad in 1989 to join in the original London cast of Miss Saigon and has subsequently played the role of the Engineer in Germany, US Tour, Asian Tour, back home in the Philippines, a return to London’s West End for its final year and most recently a UK Tour. Recently he has been involved in the pre-Broadway development of a new musical, Allegiance with Lea Salonga and George Takei. Since moving to Los Angeles he has appeared in many shows, including playing the title character in The Romance of Magno Rubio at [Inside] the Ford which earned him both LA Weekly and Ovation Best Lead Actor nominations, and in a new work, Sweet Karma as the lead character, Vichear Lam. Some other favorite roles in Los Angeles, New York and around the globe include: Fredrik Egerman in A Little Night Music, Enjolras in Les Miserables, Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Tateh in Ragtime, Lion in the The Wiz, Laertes in Hamlet, Rapunzel’s Prince in Into the Woods, Slovitch in Fools, Man 1 in Closer Than Ever, and Lukas in Peregrinasyon with Ma-Yi Theater Company. Television guest star appearances include Las Vegas, Sons of Anarchy, Bones, The Mentalist, Monk, Southland, Miami Medical, General Hospital, Law & Order LA and Moonlight. Film credits include: Model Home, Blood Ransom, The Fifth Voyage of Sinbad, Breathe, Brown Soup Thing, An Immigrant Girl’s Journey, Proud American, Finding Foosball, Potluck, Feast and Yokai.
(Souce: Miss Saigon show website.)
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