Cheyenne Jackson :: Mad Man No More
"Smitten" is the word that comes to mind when I think of Cheyenne Jackson. With his striking baby blues, handsome face and smoldering good looks, I mean really, who wouldn't be? Top that off with a kind heart and genuine sense of humanity and you have a complete package -- Santa, I want one.
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Song Travels Presents Cheyenne Jackson
Actor/singer Cheyenne Jackson is equally at home on stage and in front of the camera.
Cheyenne Jackson to Join Lance Horne for First Things Last at Rockwell Table & Stage Tonight
Special guest Cheyenne Jackson has joined the evening, in addition to previously announced Ricki Lake , Ashley Fink , Shane Jenek , Adam Kantor and Julie Garnye with special surprise stars.
Cheyenne, Mon Amour
Last year was a rough period for Cheyenne Jackson , the sexy gay actor/singer who is justifiably famous for his gorgeous face, body, and musical talent.
Why Cheyenne Jackson Is 'The Most Happy Fella'
After focusing on his film and solo music career for more than a year, Broadway heartthrob Cheyenne Jackson returns to the stage in the Encores! production of Frank Loesser's 1956 musical The Most Happy Fella, which opens tonight and runs through Sunday at Manhattan's New York City Center.
Cheyenne Jackson Performs 'Music of the Mad Men Era'
Cheyenne Jackson makes his Walt Disney Concert Hall debut with "Music of the Mad Men Era" on Saturday, Apr. 26, 2014 at 8:00 P.M., concluding the LA Phil's 2013/14 Songbook Series.
Cheyenne Jackson Returns to Birdland with Stephanie J. Block Tonight
The Broadway at Birdland concert series is pleased to announce that Broadway/television leading man CHEYENNE JACKSON will return to the historic music room for two shows only tonight, March 27 and Saturday, March 29, with shows at 6:15pm.
Spotlight: Cheyenne Jackson set to return for Fox show - Sun, 23 Mar 2014 PST
The singer-actor, who was raised in Newport and who graced the stages of Spokane Civic Theatre and Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre early in his career, will sing from the Great American Songbook with the Spokane Symphony on May 20 at the Martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox.