Rikki Lee Travolta was the first celebrity guest star in the Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding stage franchise – starting in Chicago and then branching out in productions across the U.S. His film credits include The Lurker, Old Advice from a Dead Friend, Fear Frenzy!, and Crime Fiction. In 2005 he was named alongside Donny Osmond and Patrick Cassidy as one of the Top Three Headliners in the World for the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
In addition to his acting credits, Rikki Lee is the author of two novels and a memoir. He has also been published by many of the world’s leading magazine publishing companies including CMP Media, Cahners, Reed Elsevier, Miller Freeman, Business News Publishing, Chartwell Communications, and James Informational Media.
Rikki Lee’s 2002 fiction novel My Fractured Life was named an Amazon Top Ten Recommendation, and was optioned for feature film development. His script Road Tripping was a Scriptapalooza 2017 Quarter Finalist and a 2018 Semifinalist in the prestigious Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards. His original adaptation of Aladdin led to the highest grossing production in the history of Chicago’s Upstage/Downstage Theater.
He holds a B.A. in Entertainment Management and did his graduate work in Education. Rikki Lee also studied improvisational comedy at legendary Second City and Soap Opera Technique with General Hospital casting director Gwynn Hilliar. He hosts a popular weekly musical theater-themed radio show on WHRU-LP, reviews theater for the Northwest Herald, and has served as spokesperson for three national brand names.
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