Born in Gainsville, Florida, on July 23, 1977, Shane McRae and his family moved to Starkville, Mississippi in 1987, where his mother, Sharon, worked as a 5th grade teacher, and his father, John, became the dean of Architecture and Design at Mississippi State University. The oldest of three children, Shane has one younger sister, Kelley (born on November 14, 1979), who graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and one younger brother, Ryan (born on December 9, 1982), who has graduated from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
With an NYU master degree in acting program under his belt, Shane McRae easily landed his first role, as Jason Chenier, in the Richard Greenberg's Tony Award-winning play which deals with homosexuality in baseball, "Take Me Out," on Broadway.
They are played, respectively, by Josh Cooke ("Committed"), Todd Grinnell (dunno), Shane McRae (dunno) and Seth Green (Seth Green). We appear, once again, to be smack in the middle of shows developed when "Sex and the City" was at the height of its popularity.
Other Brooklyn locals round out the cast, Shane McRae and James Yaegashi, both Broadway actors themselves, hale from the burg. Come to the Premiere at the Brooklyn Lyceum theater at 8pm Sat May 31st to see the film and meet the filmmakers for a Q & A
|Nacencia||23 de xunetu de 1977 (38 años)
Gainesville, Florida, Estaos Xuníos