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After studying at Carnegie Mellon University, he made his Broadway debut in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
O'Malley made a small cameo appearance in On the Run in 2004. His best-known screen appearance was in the 2007 film adaptation of Dreamgirls. O'Malley also performed the song "Cadillac Car" on the soundtrack, Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture.
O'Malley starred as Charlie Brown in the 2004 Falcon Theatre production of Snoopy! The Musical, which ran from June 24 to July 18, 2004, in Los Angeles. He also starred as Richie Cunningham in the 2006 Los Angeles premiere of Happy Days, as well as the 2007 Goodspeed Opera House production.
In October 2008, he appeared alongside Colin Donnell and Laura Osnes in the then Broadway-bound musical Pride and Prejudice as Charles Bingley, at the Eastman Theatre in Rochester, New York.
O'Malley is an active supporter of gay rights, establishing the activism group Broadway Impact in 2009 with Gavin Creel and Jenny Kanelos. O'Malley said of the group in late 2010:
On August 15, 2010, O'Malley performed in the benefit concert Sing for the Cure, at Don't Tell Mama in New York City. He was also featured in a Broadway Impact fundraiser on November 2, 2010, hosted by Gavin Creel. Another concert, also benefiting Broadway Impact, had been held prior to that, taking place on July 25, 2010. He also participated in the Broadway Sings for Pride concert in June 2011. On July 9, 2011, O'Malley joined Mary Tyler Moore, Bernadette Peters and others in the 2011 Broadway Barks adopt-a-thon. That same year, O'Malley was named a Givenik Ambassador.
He originated the role of Elder McKinley in the musical The Book of Mormon, which opened on Broadway on March 24, 2011. The New York Times reviewer wrote, "But allow me to single out my personal favorites. "Turn It Off" is a hilarious chorus-line piece about repression, performed by the (all-male Mormon) missionaries and destined to make a star of its lead singer and dancer, Rory O'Malley (whose character is repressed in his own special way)." For this role, O'Malley was nominated for the 2011 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical, and was also nominated for a Tony Award.
On July 18, 2011, O'Malley participated in a reading of George Bernard Shaw's play, Fanny's First Play, a satire of theater critics, at the Players Club in Manhattan, New York City.
In 2012, O'Malley and his spouse Gerold Schroeder were featured in a GAP ad, cheek to cheek, with the caption "BE ONE."
Openly gay, O'Malley came out at the age of 19. On July 21, 2013, O'Malley announced his engagement to boyfriend Gerold Schroeder via Facebook, and they married on September 28, 2014. Gerold Schroeder is one of three sons of Peter Schroeder, a partner in the law firm Norris Choplin Schroeder in Indianapolis, Indiana.
He assumed the role of King George III from Jonathan Groff in the original Broadway production of Hamilton on April 11, 2016. O'Malley ended his run on January 16, 2017, performing the role on the national tour, following his nine-month tenure on Broadway.
In 2018, he became a series regular on Lifetime's American Princess.
Via posts on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, O'Malley announced on November 22, 2018 that "after more than two years of paperwork, home studies, joy, heartache, and grace" he and husband Gerold Schroeder had adopted a newborn baby boy whom they named Jimmy O'Malley. Jimmy's adoption was finalized on September 7, 2019.
In October 2020, O'Malley joined many other Broadway stars in a virtual voter education and letter-writing party sponsored by VoteRiders to raise awareness about voter ID requirements.
Rory grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, as a member of an Irish-American family. In late 2014, he married his longtime partner, Gerold Schroeder.
Currently, Rory O'Malley is 40 years, 2 months and 10 days old. Rory O'Malley will celebrate 41st birthday on a Thursday 23rd of December 2021. Below we countdown to Rory O'Malley upcoming birthday.