Darren Criss, the only real reason to watch Glee anymore, has quite the solo career. Not only did he recently step out in D.C. for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner as a guest of The Huffington Post, but his short stint on Broadway–taking over for Daniel Radcliffe for three weeks in How to Succeed in Business Without Even Trying before Joe Jonas stepped into the lead role–proved that the 25-year-old has the chops for both stage and screen.
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