EVAN D'ANGELES was born on the U.S. Navy Base in Yokosuka, Japan.
Evan is a proud Filipino-Spanish American, native to Long Beach, California.
Mr. D'Angeles began his career as a professional jazz and freestyle dancer who attended Chapman University as a master of talent scholarship recipient for dance and choreography. After some wise words from the legendary, Tony Award-winning triple-threat choreographer Debbie Allen, Evan evolved his pursuits in dance to also include acting and singing in musical theater.
In 1996, Mr. D'Angeles made his broadway debut in Miss Saigon. Favorite roles include Angel in Rent (First National Tour), Quasimodo in Dennis DeYoung's The Hunchback of Notra Dame (World Premiere), and Terk in the Disney's Tarzan (Post-broadway Regional Premiere), Thuy in Miss Saigon, among others. He is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association and has performed on and off-broadway, in national tours, regional theaters, and on stages around the world.
Mr. D'Angeles continues to broaden his multi-talents as an actor, writer, director, producer to create new works with a mission to encourage the next generation of performers to create art which transforms, heals, and enlightens the world.