Daddy Long Legs 

​​Photo: Jeremy Daniel

Original Broadway
Cast Recording
​Bright Star
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Paul Alexander Nolan starred in Jeremy O. Harris’ critically acclaimed Slave Play on Broadway.

His television credits include: The Code, Madam Secretary and Instinct. He shot the indie film, The Scottish Play.

He was part of the Roundabout one-night-only reunion benefit reading of Twentieth Century with Alec Baldwin and Anne Heche.

Paul has a vibrant history on Broadway that started with his debut in Jesus Christ Superstar. 

Since that debut, was in the title role of Tully Mars on Broadway in the new musical Escape to Margaritaville in 2018. Paul has been seen as Billy Flynn in Chicago, one of the longest running musicals on Broadway in American history.

He was in the 2016 original Broadway musical Bright Star. The musical was a five time Tony Award nominee, including Best Musical by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell under the direction of Walter Bobbie. Paul earned a 2016 Drama Desk Award Nominee for Best Feature Actor for Bright Star.

Paul was in Once on Broadway. In 2015 he received Outer Critic Awards Nominee as Best Feature Actor in the Broadway musical - Doctor Zhivago.

Appeared in the Off-Broadway debut of the musical Daddy Long Legs and can be heard on the cast recording.

His additional credits include The Who's Tommy, West Side Story and As You Like It at the Stratford Festival and the world premiere of the rock musical Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots.


Once​Photo by Joan Marcus


Slave Play

​Photo by Matthew Murphy

​Jesus Christ Superstar
​Photo by Joan Marcus



Dr. Zhivago​Photo: Matthew Murphy


Paul Alexander Nolan

Original Broadway

Cast Recording
​Doctor Zhivago
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Original Off-Broadway
​Cast Recording
Daddy Long Legs
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My Love Letter

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​​​Jimmy Ray
Bright Star

​​​Photo by Joan Marcus

Original Broadway Cast Recording

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Goodman Theatre

June 11 - July 17, 2022

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Keely Hutton, Melanie O’Brien and Paul had the honor to perform a tribute to the life, legacy & incomparable talent of Brent Carver.
Learn more about the life of Brent.
Watch our video performing

“Try to Remember” from the benefit broadcast for the Performance Arts Lodge (PAL) Stratford charity in Stratford, Ontario.


Escape to Margaritaville

​Photo by Matthew Murphy