|Date of Birth
||June 6, 1988
|Place of Birth
||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Gideon Glick is an American stage performer and movie actor. He is best known for his portrayal of Ernst, an adolescent boy who's easily seduced by gay character Hanschen (played by Jonathan B. Wright) in the original Broadway cast of the hit musical Spring Awakening. Some of his other roles include "Aladdin" in a stage production and "Slap" in the 2005 film One Last Thing. He is recently played the role of Howie in Speech and Debate(Play) (Roundabout Underground), a play by emerging playwright Steven Karam. which began in October and will run until the end of December. He also plans to attend NYU to study history. He was born on June 6, 1988, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Gideon is openly gay.