Eric Millegan : Zack Addy
Date Of Birth: August 25th, 1974 Hometown: Hackettstown, New Jersey
Millegan recently finished working on the independent film “The Phobic,” for director Margo Romero. In the pyscho-thriller, he plays a brilliant programmer who develops new software to analyze subjects before treatment, and who obsesses over one patient with a dark past.
Before getting his break in Los Angeles, Millegan had a successful 10-year career in theater. Employing what Variety called “winning stage presence and a sweet, melodious tenor,” he starred as “Harold” opposite Oscar winner Estelle Parsons in the world premiere of “Harold and Maude: The Musical” at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey. His New York theater credits include the Broadway revival of “Jesus Christ Superstar,” the Encores presentation of “Hair” at City Center (in which he sang the “Aquarius” solo) and the New York premiere of “Dead Man Walking” at Lincoln Center. He has played lead roles in workshops and readings, including “The Wayside Inn,” “Uncle Broadway,” Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil's “Mask,” and the off-Broadway hits “Spring Awakening” and “Altar Boyz.” His regional theater experience includes roles at the Guthrie Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and The Repertory Theater of St. Louis. Recently, Millegan starred as “Frederic” in Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” at the Silvia Concert Hall, Hult Center for Performing Arts, in Eugene, OR.
Millegan’s diverse career has also included playing a dancing polar bear in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular in Myrtle Beach, writing a sports column as “The Fan” of the Portland Trail Blazers for OregonLive.com, hosting “Broadway La Cage” in Atlantic City and singing “God Bless America” during the 7th inning stretch at Shea Stadium.
Millegan is an alumnus of the Interlochen Arts Camp and holds a B.F.A degree in Musical Theater from the University of Michigan. He currently lives in Los Angeles.