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In the 30-second TV spot, Borle plays a store clerk who breaks into song and dance when asked about a product.

The song, "That's on e Bay" was a parody of the standard "That's Amore".

is an American actor in theatre, television, and film.

He is a two-time Tony Award winner for his roles as Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatcher and as William Shakespeare in Something Rotten! Borle originated the role of Emmett in Legally Blonde on Broadway, as Tom Levitt on the NBC musical-drama television series Smash, and as Marvin in the 2016 Broadway revival of Falsettos.

He was featured in the 2000 revival of Jesus Christ Superstar, and was the dance captain and understudy for several characters for the short-lived 2002 musical Amour.

Borle appeared in a 2003 advertisement for California-based online auction company, e Bay.

Borle performed in Monty Python's Spamalot, in which he originated a number of roles, including Prince Herbert and the Historian.

On February 25, 2011, it was announced that Borle had joined Steven Spielberg's new NBC pilot Smash with Debra Messing, Anjelica Huston, Katharine Mc Phee, Brian d'Arcy James, and Megan Hilty. Dan Fogler, who played the part onstage, was unable to record the album as he was busy filming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find William Shakespeare, Borle additionally starred as Tom Levitt on the NBC musical-drama series Smash.Borle was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the son of Andre Bernard Borle (1930-2011), His love for Star Wars and drawing made him want to become a comic book artist when he grew up, but it was only when a friend convinced him to audition for a school play in his sophomore year that he began to develop an interest in acting. Edmund's Academy in Pittsburgh, where he played Scrooge in a 1987 production of Dickens's A Christmas Carol, but graduated from Shady Side Academy.Also in 2003, he replaced Gavin Creel in the role of Jimmy in Thoroughly Modern Millie.He married his co-star, actress Sutton Foster, who had played Millie, in September 2006.

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