Kristin is ranked #89 in the "100 Hottest Blondes of AIM".
Kristin Chenoweth is a Soprano when using her chest voice, but using her head voice she is a Coloratura Soprano.
In 2008, Kristin was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Pushing Daisies. The following year, she won an Emmy in the same category for the aforementioned show.
Kristin starred as Eve, Barbara, Ella and Passionella in the Roundabout Theatre's production of the Apple Tree until March 2007. She starred alongside Bryan d'Arcy James and Mark Kudisch.
Kristin says she loves to BeDazzle everything.
When Kristin was ten, she was a rabbit in The Nutcracker. When a set piece dropped on the floor, she put it in her mouth and hopped away as the audience cheered.
When Kristin was little, her birthname was Kristi. She changed it to Kristin when she went into show business.
Kristin appears for a few seconds in the new movie Stranger Than Fiction. She is the person interviewing Karen Eiffel.
The character of Harriet Hayes on the Aaron Sorkin show Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip is loosely based on Kristin. Like Kristin, Harriet is a spiritual Christian, she is a comedic actor, and she has a CD of spiritual songs. However, unlike Kristin, Harriet opposes homosexual rights.
At one point Kristin dated West Wing creator, Aaron Sorkin.
• You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Cast Recording
• Wicked Cast Recording
• Bewitched Soundtrack ("Witchy Woman")
• The Music Man Movie Soundtrack
• As I Am (April 2005) and Let Yourself Go (2002)
• A New Brain Cast Recording
• Steel Pier Cast Recording
• Annie Movie Soundtrack
• Billion Dollar Baby
• You Never Know
• 110 in the Shade
• The Steven Schwartz Album
• Grateful: The songs of John Puccino
Kristin is a member of the sorority, Gamma Phi Beta.
Kristin is 4' 11" (1.50m) tall and weighs 97 pounds. She is a natural brunette.
She has incredible relative pitch and near-perfect pitch.
Kristin performed in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade of 2005. She sang "Oklahoma".
Performed at New York City Center in the series Encores! Great American Musicals in Concert in three shows: Strike Up the Band, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, and most recently, The Apple Tree.
Kristin has been trained in the art of Operatic singing.
Kristin was adopted as a child.
Kristin claims to be one-fourth Cherokee Indian.
Kristin's dog, Maddie, is named after the late actress Madeline Kahn.
Although she received a full scholarship to attend the Philadelphia Academy of Vocal Arts, Kristin turned down the opportunity to star in a musical instead.
She placed second in a Miss Oklahoma pageant.
She wears the color pink so much that it has become known as her trademark.
Her nickname is Cheno.
She was engaged to Mark Kudisch from 1999 to 2001. However, the engagement was called off.
She has been the spokeswoman for Old Navy.
She turned down the title role in Thoroughly Modern Millie so that she could star in her own self-titled NBC sitcom.
She received a second Tony nomination in 2004, this time as Best Actress in a Musical or her role as Galinda/Glinda in Wicked. She lost to co-star Idina Menzel.
Kristin performed as Glinda the Good Witch on Broadway in the musical Wicked, opposite Idina Menzel from the opening of the show until July 2004.
Kristin won a Tony Award in 1999 for Best Featured Actress in a Musical as Sally Brown in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Kristin: (upon learning of her 2009 Emmy nomination for "Pushing Daisies") What a wonderful thing to wake up to. I think I might treat myself to a doughnut.
Kristin: Broadway is such a diverse community. Everybody knows how I believe, and everyone believes, and it's not a big deal. But in Hollywood, if you talk about politics--especially if you're a Republican--or spirituality, it's just not something people want to hear about.
Kristin: (concerning criticism for her personal beliefs) I've finally graduated from I don't give a hoot.
Kristin: (after changing quickly to accept an award) I've never changed my clothes so fast in my life.
Kristin: I'm constantly learning, and that is the greatest gift of life in my opinion - to always be learning and growing.
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