Christian Borle

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  • Birth Place: Pittsburgh, PA
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 10/01/1973, Libra
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: The Good Wife - Dear God

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The Good Wife - Dear God
Free | CBS
Length: 43:53
Aired: 10/5/2014

Cary's freedom lies in the hands of his pretrial service officer, Joy Grubick, as she interviews his colleagues to determine whether or not he should remain behind bars. Meanwhile, Alicia and Dean find themselves in unfamiliar territory when a client's case ends up in Christian Arbitration. Linda Lavin, Robert Sean Leonard and Taye Diggs guest star. (TV-14 L, S) watch

VIDEO: The Good Wife - Dear God

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The Good Wife - Dear God
Free | CBS
Length: 43:53
Aired: 10/5/2014

Cary's freedom lies in the hands of his pretrial service officer, Joy Grubick, as she interviews his colleagues to determine whether or not he should remain behind bars. Meanwhile, Alicia and Dean find themselves in unfamiliar territory when a client's case ends up in Christian Arbitration. Linda Lavin, Robert Sean Leonard and Taye Diggs guest star. (TV-14 L, S) watch

VIDEO: Dear God

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Dear God
Paid | iTunes
Length: 11:17:54
Aired: 10/5/2014

Cary's freedom lies in the hands of his pretrial service officer, Joy Grubick, as she interviews his colleagues to determine whether or not he should remain behind bars. Meanwhile, Alicia and Dean find themselves in unfamiliar territory when a client's case ends up in Christian Arbitration. Linda Lavin, Robert Sean Leonard and Taye Diggs guest star. watch

Videos

The Dramaturg - Clip 1
Rebecca Duvall (special guest star Uma Thurman) arrives
Karen finds out she will understudy the role of Marilyn
The Dramaturg - Clip 2

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The Good Wife - Dear God
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Lucky Duck [HD]
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The Good Wife: A Weird Year
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The Good Wife: The Next Week

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 The Good Wife: Dear God
Season 6, Episode 3
Episode, Actor - Carter Schmidt
2014 Live From Lincoln Center: 'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street' in Concert With the New York Philharmonic
Season 39, Episode 5
Episode, Actor - Pirelli
2013 The Sound of Music Live! TV Show Series, Actor - Max Detweiler
2012 Smash TV Show Series, Actor - Tom Levitt
2007 Legally Blonde TV Show Series, Actor - Emmett Forrest

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News

Who's Playing Mrs. Darling in NBC's Peter Pan Musical?

NBC's Peter Pan Live! musical has found its Mrs. Darling.

Broadway actress Kelli O'Hara will play the Darling matriarch, who's the mother of Wendy, John and Michael.

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Weekend Review: The Chair, Empire's End

I've waited nearly 10 years for the return of Project Greenlight, one of my all-time favorite docu-reality series, in which novice directors make a low-budget independent film while cameras record their every struggle. Although HBO has green-lit the show's comeback, Starz may have trumped it with ... read more

NBC’s Peter Pan Live! Taps a Smash Vet to Play Smee AND Mr. Darling

NBC's live production of Peter Pan is getting Smash-ed!

Christian Borle, who previously starred as Tom Levitt on the network's Broadway-set Smash, has joined the cast in a dual capacity, reports Deadline.

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Bath Time! Disney Junior Sets Date for First Original Movie, Lucky Duck

It's a different kind of toy story. Christian Borle, Megan Hilty and Tom Cavanagh head the voice cast of Disney Junior's first original movie Lucky Duck, which will have its premiere on the channel Friday, June 20 (7/6c). The animated musical film — about a trio of misfit tub toys in search of the kids who love them — will then get a replay the following morning, Saturday, June 21 (9 a.m./8c) on Disney Channel.

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Review: NBC's Live The Sound of Music

When The Sound of Music sang, it soared. And scored, attracting an astounding 18.5 million viewers Thursday during NBC's ambitious three-hour live broadcast of the enduring Rodgers & Hammerstein classic. Climb every ratings mountain, indeed.

With stunning sets and backdrops, generally gorgeous and enjoyable singing — Those nuns! Those kids! — and fluid direction that attempted to minimize the vacuum effect of people performing to an otherwise empty and hollow-sounding soundstage, this was a pleasurable one-night-only stunt that felt like a major TV event. Trust me, there will be more where this came from. (Let's start casting The King and I now.)

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