Two-Time Broadway Award Winning Actor/Singer Gabriel Burrafato has performed starring roles on Broadway, Las Vegas and International stages around the world. Known as the "Trilingual, Triple Threat", Gabriel has appeared in recurring roles on "Young and the Restless" and FX's hit show "You're The Worst". Other television appearances include Amazon Studios "The Boys", ABC's "Switched at Birth", CBS's "Criminal Minds", Nickelodeon and many other principle leading roles in feature films and television. His televised PBS concert "Live from the Venetian in Las Vegas", has aired in over 350 PBS stations across North America.
With a B.A. from Ryerson University in Toronto, Gabriel went on to study voice at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto and later began his career as an Apprentice Actor at the prestigious Shaw Festival of Canada.
Gabriel made his Broadway debut in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's Bombay Dreams. He also starred as Lancelot in the Broadway National Tour of Camelot and Magaldi in the Broadway National tour of Evita (Harold Prince Revival). Gabriel had the distinguished honor of originating the role of the elf archer Legolas in the $30 Million Dollar, world premier production of The Lord of The Rings, directed by Tony award winning director Matthew Warchus. Other roles include Dean Martin in the original Las Vegas Production of "Vegas! The Show", at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, and Lun Tha in the world renowned Stratford Festivals production of The King and I.
Over the span of his 20-year career, Gabriel has worked closely with the best in the industry. Such heavy weights include Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, two-time Academy Award winning composer A.R. Rahman, and the legendary twenty one-time Tony Award winning Director Harold Prince. Having worked closely with these iconic mentors, Gabriel has developed his own, one-of-a-kind vocal technique that has helped thousands of his students achieve their dreams.
Gabriel's groundbreaking technique has garnered a lot of popularity for his unique, easy to understand and result-oriented approach.