Rob Gallagher


  • Agent: Bret Adams Ltd. 448 W 44th Street New York, NY 10036
    Contact: Margi Rountree or Ken Melamed 212.765.5630


Rob Gallagher is a native of St. Louis, Missouri, where he first discovered his love for singing and the theater. He started formal voice lessons at age 16, and actively participated in local high school, community and professional theater. He attended the world-renowned Indiana University School of Music, earning a Bachelor of Science in Music (Voice) with an outside field in theater.

Upon graduation, he worked professionally at small regional theaters in the midwest, eventually landing in Chicago. While working in the Windy City, he played many lead roles, including Adam in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Will Rogers in the The Will Rogers Follies, Beauregard in Mame, and George Bailey in A Wonderful Life the Musical, for which he earned a Joseph Jefferson Award Nomination.

  • Rob Gallagher . . . (is) particularly strong. Mr. Gallagher has a mellifluous voice and a manner that conveys the character’s passion. The New York Times
  • A robust Rob Gallagher . . . evinces heartbreak. Newsday
  • A robust Rob Gallagher . . . evinces heartbreak. Newsday
  • Rob Gallagher is . . . dashing, whether playing with his kids or dreaming of love. Theater Mania
  • Gallagher . . . dons a sexy accent, irresistible within his pleading intonations. Theater Mania
  • Mr. Gallagher was brilliant . . . A favorite amongst the sold-out audience.

After moving to New York City, Rob made his Broadway debut with the 10th Anniversary company of Les Miserables, eventually assuming the principal role of Inspector Javert. He also appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award winning revival of South Pacific as a Seabee. He understudied and performed the starring role of Emile DeBecque, opposite Tony Nominee Laura Osnes. Additionally, he appeared in the City Center Encores production of Fiorello! at Town Hall.

He is also a veteran of the concert stage, ranging from small, one-man cabaret shows to soloing with major symphony orchestras. He performed in concert with the Omaha, Roanoke and Bay Atlantic Symphonies as well as the Long Island Philharmonic.

In addition to his impressive performing career, Rob teaches vocal and performance technique as an adjunct professor of voice at Long Island University CW Post and Adjunct Professor of Applied Music at Five Towns College. He also teaches privately out of his home on Long Island’s South Shore.

Agent: Bret Adams Ltd. 448 W 44th Street New York, NY 10036

Contact: Margi Rountree or Ken Melamed 212.765.5630