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27 Disney And Nickelodeon Stars Who've Been On Broadway

Some are even Tony Award Winners and Nominees

Performing on stage and performing on camera aren't mutually exclusive for actors. Several film and TV stars switch to Broadway and vice versa over the course of their careers, and former Disney and Nickelodeon stars are no exception.

After the 70th Annual Tony Awards on Sunday (June 12), it seemed only fitting to look back on past and present theater stars who slayed on New York's Broadway stages.

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    Ren Stevens and Kim Possible has been in three Broadway shows: Parade, Beauty and the Beast, and Avenue Q (above).

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    The "Dangerous Woman" performed in 13 in 2008 and reunited with the show's composer and lyricist, Jason Robert Brown, at the 2016 MTV Movie Awards.

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    Before she was Grande's costar on Victorious, Gillies worked with Ari in 13.

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    The Victorious star started acting in Broadway shows when he was 9, appearing in The Lion King; Caroline, Or Change; and The Color Purple.

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    The "Jealous" singer was in Les Misérables, Beauty and the Beast, Annie Get Your Gun, and How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

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    Clarissa Darling was in The Crucible in the '90s as the understudy for characters Betty Parris and Susanna Walcott.

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    In 2015, the High School Musical actress starred as the title role in Gigi.

  8. The Brink! and So Weird star played Young Josh in the musical version of Big, and his Playbill headshot was the cutest thing ever.

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    Chelsea Daniels from That's So Raven starred in Beauty and the Beast, and was the final Belle for the 13-year Broadway run.

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    The Horse Sense and Jumping Ship actor made his Broadway debut as Billy Flynn in Chicago back in 2007.

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    The kid who played Young Josh in the iconic Drake & Josh foam-finger episode was in four Broadway shows: Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, The Addams Family, and the musical version of Elf (above).

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    The suave villain from Mom's Got a Date With a Vampire and Get a Clue was in Urinetown (second from left).

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    The original Troy Bolton singing voice from the first High School Musical (sorry, Zac Efron) was Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid. His former Another Cinderella Story costar, Selena Gomez, visited him at the show in 2009. (Gomez was never in the show.)

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    The True Jackson, VP and Jump In! actress played Ella in Cinderella, and was the first African-American Cinderella on Broadway.

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    Christophe from The Naked Brothers Band recently starred in the Tuck Everlasting musical as Jesse Tuck (above). Before that, he was in Newsies, Mary Poppins, Seussical the Musical, and Beauty and the Beast.

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    The evil magician in Now You See It... is a huge Broadway veteran. He's starred in plenty of shows, including The Father, Frost/Nixon, Sherlock's Last Case, and Dracula.

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    A veteran of DCOM Halloween films — Under Wraps and Can of Worms — Wylie played Jack in the Into the Woods revival in 2002.

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    Also a star of Can of Worms, Christensen was part of The 24 Hour Plays in 2006, which occurs annually and features 24 various celebrity actors. Sam Rockwell, Matthew Lillard, and John Hawkes were also part of the ensemble that year.

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    There's a reason Reed was perfect as Ms. Darbus in the High School Musical films: She knows a thing or two about theater. She's been in Cabaret, Marilyn: An American Fable, and A Grand Night for Singing, to name a few.

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    Dr. Fusion from Teen Beach Movie and Bertram from Jessie (right) is also a big Broadway star. Recently, he just finished Disaster! (above), a parody of disaster movies set to '70s music. He's also been in The Addams Family, Chicago, and Seussical the Musical, among others.

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    The nerdy boy from Quints and the best friend from Mom's Got a Date With a Vampire made his Broadway debut as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. He also originated the role of Gerry Goffin in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (above).

  22. Everyone's favorite witch from Halloweentown was in Four Baboons Adoring the Sun (above, front and center) and Show Boat before she fought Kalabar and his smokin' hot son.

  23. The Can of Worms star acted alongside Brown in Four Baboons Adoring the Sun. (He's in Brown's Instagram pic, second row from bottom, far right.) Shulman also played Gavroche in Les Misérables.

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    Not sure why Chad Danforth from High School Musical was so against theater at one point, because he starred in In the Heights with a pre-Hamilton Lin-Manuel Miranda. Bleu also played Jesus in Godspell. Look for Bleu in Holiday Inn, The New Irving Berlin Musical, which opens on Broadway this fall.

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    Dice Corleone from Sam & Cat (second from left) played Lyncoya in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, a musical that turned President Andrew Jackson into an emo rock star.

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    Like Joey Lawrence, the patriarch on Hannah Montana also made his Broadway debut as Billy Flynn in Chicago.

  27. The dad from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody was the original Greaseball in Starlight Express (above). He was also in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.