Amanda Seyfried and James Marsden both presented awards at the 2012 Tony Awards. Seyfried will soon be seen as Cosette in the big screen adaptation of Les Miserables.
Audra McDonald added to her pile of Tonys on Sunday night with a new trophy for her leading role in the revival of Porgy and Bess. "The entire company, they're filled with light and soul and spirit -- they move me!" she declared after her win.
Porgyand Bess star and Tony nominee David Alan Grier strikes a pose. The actor, perhaps best known for In Living Color, has gone fully Broadway of late, and was previously Tony-nominated for the 2009 play Race.
Josh Groban, classical singer and man about town, was a presenter at the Tonys.
Nick Jonas and John Stamos hang out at the post-Tonys gala; both stars have had stints on Broadway as triple threats who can sing, dance and act. Jonas recently starred in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.
Nina Arianda, the radiant star of the erotic drama Venus in Fur, won her first Tony Award for best actress in a leading role for the play, which also starred Hugh Dancy.
Paul Rudd, Josh Groban and James Marsden
Presenters Paul Rudd, Josh Groban and James Marsden pose for a photo at the post-Tonys gala in New York City.
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