Cheyenne Jackson - Quotes

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Unfortunately, I suffer from insomnia, so my bedtime is as soon as I start to feel the least bit sleepy.

Unfortunately, I suffer from insomnia, so my bedtime is as soon as I start to feel the least bit sleepy.

The devastating repercussions of hate-filled language manifest in very real ways for today's LGBTQ youth. ---->>>

I always wanted to be on a great TV show and in a Broadway show and have a CD out, and the fact that they happened simultaneously is kind of an embarrassment of riches. ---->>>

I don't like to watch myself. I can't get into the story; I'm too critical. ---->>>

I'd love for people to accept me just as me, but I know that I generate a strong response; I always have - my name, my looks, my size. ---->>>

People either love me or they think I'm obnoxious. I get that. ---->>>

I'm a Broadway baby, through and through. It's my first love, and it's what brought me to New York in the first place. ---->>>

I'm a New Yorker; my oven is used for storage. ---->>>

'30 Rock' is the holy grail of comedy in my opinion. ---->>>

I love 'Glee.' ---->>>

I think having a dog makes you more compassionate. ---->>>

Theater dressing rooms are my home away from home - my second home, really. ---->>>

Believe it or not, my best meal is to go to the store and buy a DiGiorno pizza, come home, add some fresh Parmesan cheese, and just hang with my family! ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 07-12, 1975
Birthplace: Spokane, Washington, United States
Occupation: Actor

Cheyenne David Jackson (born July 12, 1975) is an American actor and singer-songwriter. His credits include leading roles in Broadway musicals and other stage roles, as well as film and television roles, concert singing, and music recordings. After beginning his acting career in regional theatre in Seattle, he moved to New York and was an understudy in Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002) and Aida (2003) (wikipedia)