Will Leonard entered the brilliant creative mind of an international artist, reciting words taken from the sketchbooks of John Vanden Branden, who is now suffering from dementia, in the short film Being Human.
Stay tuned for information on where and when you can view this German production and hear Will's first voiceover performance:
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William (Will) Leonard is originally from La Crosse, Wisconsin and has a BFA in Musical Theatre Performance and a minor in dance from Viterbo University. He grew up spending most of his time outdoors and was primarily focused on biology, sports, animals, music, and art.
He entered college without any theatre experience, yet thanks to great education, support, and opportunities he quickly felt at home on the stage. Some of his favorite college roles include John Wilkes Booth in Assassins and Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing.
In addition to performing, Will is proficient in carpentry, drawing, and photography. His love of being active motivates numerous athletic and endurance sports, skiing, cycling, canoeing and any other reason to be outside. Will is also pursuing a career in Film and Television. On stage he has been fortunate to perform with two National Tours, Disney Cruise Line, and at many professional theatres around the country. Some of his favorite roles include Will Parker in Oklahoma!, Frankie in Forever Plaid, Lt. Joseph Cable in South Pacific, Kenickie in Grease, and Frankincense in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.