Erich Bergen

Hometown: New York, New York

Birthday: December 31

July 2018

Erich Bergen played the role of hit songwriter Bob Gaudio in Clint Eastwood’s feature film “Jersey Boys,” reprising his award-winning performance from the national tour and Las Vegas companies of the stage musical. His other notable stage credits include the Tony Award-winning revival of “Anything Goes.”

On the big screen, Bergen starred in the feature film “Humor Me,” which premiered in June 2017 at the Los Angeles Film Festival, and was written and directed by MADAM SECRETARY producer Sam Hoffman.

In 2018 Bergen made his Broadway debut starring in the Tony Award-nominated musical “Waitress.”

On television, he has appeared in guest roles in “Person of Interest,” on the Network, “Children’s Hospital,” “Franklin & Bash,” “Desperate Housewives” and “Gossip Girl.”

As a singer and songwriter, he has released two albums and frequently performs in concerts internationally.

Bergen is a native New Yorker. His birthday is Dec. 31. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @erichbergen.