Michael McGrath, a renowned theater and screen actor, died at the age of 65. He received a Tony Award in 2012 for his work in the musical “Nice Work if You Can Get It.”
McGrath gained fame for the role of Patsy in the 2005 Broadway production of Spamalot. He was nominated for Best Featured Actor in a Musical at the Tony and Drama Desk Awards for this performance.
Cause of death-
According to his publicist, Michael McGrath died unexpectedly on Thursday at his home in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Although the exact reason for his death was not disclosed, it was described as “sudden.”
As per media reports, he has an estimated net worth of around $2 million.
Michael McGrath was born on September 25, 1957. He died at the age of 65.
Michael McGrath was a well-known American actor who is most remembered for his work on the Broadway stage. He won a major Tony Award for his outstanding work in the musical “Nice Work If You Can Get It” in 2012.
McGrath, who was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, started acting in the early 1980s. He took involved in a number of off-Broadway plays before making his Broadway debut in 1989 with the show “Swinging on a Star.” His acting career kept thriving, and he had prominent roles in Broadway productions such as “Forbidden Broadway,” “Wonderful Town,” “Little Me,” “Spamalot,” and “Memphis.”
In 2012, McGrath played Cookie McGee in the Broadway revival of “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” a 1934 Cole Porter musical. He received the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical in addition to the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his outstanding performance.
McGrath appeared in movies such as “Changing Lanes,” “The Interpreter,” and “The Secret of Kells,” in addition to a number of television programs.
He was married to actor Toni Di Buono in 1993.