Daveed Diggs

Actor, rapper and singer

Actor, rapper and singer

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Daveed Diggs made his Broadway debut when his friend and fellow rapper, Lin-Manuel Miranda, cast him in a show as Marquis de Lafayette and a very saucy Thomas Jefferson.

Life after ‘Hamilton’: ‘That Daveed Diggs that everybody fell in love with does not exist anywhere but on that stage’

Daveed Diggs made his Broadway debut when his friend and fellow rapper, Lin-Manuel Miranda, cast him in a show as Marquis de Lafayette and a very saucy Thomas Jefferson.

from The Business

Six years ago, actor Daveed Diggs went from being a substitute English teacher in middle schools to starring on Broadway in the critically acclaimed musical “Hamilton.”

Daveed Diggs shares his journey to ‘Hamilton’ and Broadway, plus what it means to be an artist

Six years ago, actor Daveed Diggs went from being a substitute English teacher in middle schools to starring on Broadway in the critically acclaimed musical “Hamilton.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Who can use the N-word? How many writers and artists have a film like Moonlight waiting to be made? What was ScarJo thinking?

The Dynamic Duo: Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal

Who can use the N-word? How many writers and artists have a film like Moonlight waiting to be made? What was ScarJo thinking?

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