Lewis Cleale continues to delight and offend audiences on Broadway as Joseph Smith/Mission President/Jesus (original cast) in The Book of Mormon. His other Broadway credits include Sondheim on Sondheim, Spamalot, Amour, Once Upon a Mattress and Swinging on a Star, for which he received a Drama Desk nomination. He played opposite Tyne Daly in Call Me Madam for New York City Center Encores!, and his Off-Broadway credits include Time and Again at Manhattan Theatre Club, A New Brain at Lincoln Center and The Fantasticks. He has toured nationally as Joe Gillis opposite Petula Clark in Sunset Boulevard and as Lt. Cable with Robert Goulet in South Pacific, and he was Sam in the Las Vegas production of Mamma Mia! His TV credits include Elementary and BrainDead, and he's the voice of Cliff the troll in Disney's Frozen. Cleale has appeared as a soloist with the LA Philharmonic, as well as the symphony orchestras of Dallas, Kansas City, San Diego, Virginia, North Carolina and Stockton. He is featured as El Gallo in the first complete recording of The Fantasticks starring author Tom Jones as Henry (the old actor), now out on Jay Records. In his spare time, Cleale owns and operates Nobletown Fiber Works, an artisan spinning mill in New York’s Hudson Valley.