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; born September 17, 1975) is a Greek-American actor and rock singer from Wyckoff, New Jersey.He was the sixth-place finalist on the fourth season of the reality television series American Idol, and received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical for his role in Rock of Ages.Maroulis also regularly performed with the Rock of Ages NJ band; along with entrepreneur Barry Habib.In 2015, Maroulis recorded a version of the Lita Ford/Ozzy Osbourne duet "Close My Eyes Forever" with the New York-based band SYKA. Maroulis formed Mar Kol Top Productions, with Diego Kolankowsky and Joanna Topetzes, who in 2015 were amongst the producers for that year's revival of Spring Awakening on Broadway, from Deaf West Theatre.On February 18, 2016, with other American Idol alums, Maroulis returned to the show for its fifteenth season to mentor contestants and participate in Duets Week, where he performed "Bohemian Rhapsody" with Shelbie Zora and performed "My Funny Valentine" with Jenn Blosil.At the season finale, Maroulis returned with other former Idol contestants to celebrate the end of the series finale, where he performed a rock medley with Chris Daughtry, Bo Bice, Caleb Johnson and James Durbin, and a country music medley with Bucky Covington, Scotty Mc Creery, Ace Young and others.Jekyll." For his performance in this dual role, Maroulis received a Drama League Award Nomination for a Distinguished Performance Award.
The performance, broadcast nationally on the NFL Network, was hailed by commentator Bryant Gumbel as "a stirring performance." playing to sold-out venues in various cities including Boston, Philadelphia, New York City, Annapolis, and Hollywood, California.
In the fall of 2005, Maroulis was in negotiations to star in a television sitcom called Brooklyn that was to be loosely based on his upbringing as the youngest of three in a large Greek-American family of New York.
Disney's ABC network bought rights to the show, courtesy of Grammnet (of Paramount, owned by Kelsey Grammer).
However, later ABC passed on the project before it passed the script stage.
Along with the other cast members, he contributed a recording of the Adam Sandler "Hanukkah Song" to the 8th Carols for a Cure CD to help raise funds for the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS organization.
His audition clip showed him "quitting" the band amongst the displeasure of one of his bandmates, which they have claimed is an inaccurate portrayal.