‘Hamilton’ Wins 11 at the 70th Tony Awards: Lin-Manuel Miranda Net Worth and More

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Broadway celebrated the 70th Tony Awards ceremony last night and “Hamilton” came away the big winner. Lead actor and writer Lin-Manuel Miranda scored 11 Tony Awards for “Hamilton,” just missing the record set by “The Producers,” which won 12 Tonys.

“Hamilton” might have taken home the most Tony Awards of the night, but it was hardly the only winner. Find out who were the big winners at last night’s Tony Awards, the stars and net worths.

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‘Hamilton’ Wins 11 at Tony Awards 2016

“Hamilton” won 11 Tony Awards out of its 16 nominations. The story’s writer, Lin-Manuel Miranda, starred in the production as Alexander Hamilton and won two Tony Awards, including Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score Written for the Theatre.

Miranda paid tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting during his acceptance of the Tony Award for Best Original Score.

“Hamilton” won the most awards last night, but there were other winners at the Tony Awards 2016. “The Color Purple” won the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical and Best Lead Actress in a Musical. “The Humans” took home the award for Best Play and both Best Featured Actor and Featured Actress in a Play.

Check out the rest of the Tony Awards 2016 winners, the casts and their net worths.

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Tony Awards 2016 Winners, Ticket Costs and Top Net Worths

Below is a look at the winners of the 2016 Tony Awards. Nominees are listed in alphabetical order. Ticket costs are from Telecharge.com, Roundabout Theatre Company and Ticketmaster.com, and are accurate as of June 1, 2016. Net worth data is from CelebrityNetWorth.com.

Best Play Winner and Nominees

Veteran playwright Stephen Karam wrote “The Humans,” which took home the Tony for Best Play. “The Humans” examines modern life through the setting of a family gathering for Thanksgiving dinner.

Best Play NomineeOpening DateClosing DateTicket Cost
“Eclipsed”March 8June 19$49 to $149
“The Father”April 14June 19$70 to $150
“The Humans”Feb. 18July 24$39 to $145
“King Charles III”Nov. 1Jan. 31N/A

Best Musical

Critical acclaim aside, “Hamilton” is scoring big at the box office. Tickets to the “Hamilton” musical are sold out through January 2017, reported The Daily Beast. In early May, the average ticket price was $1,200, and Forbes showed some brokers were pushing tickets for up to $7,000, making “Hamilton” the most expensive musical of all time.

Best Musical NomineeOpening DateClosing DateTicket Cost
“Bright Star”March 24Oct. 9$45 to $115
“Hamilton”Aug. 6N/AVaries
“School of Rock”Dec. 6Feb. 5$59 to $165
“Shuffle Along”April 28Oct. 9$69 to $169
“Waitress”April 24N/A$69 to $252

Best Revival of a Play

“A View From the Bridge” was one of two plays by Arthur Miller that garnered multiple nominations at the Tony Awards 2016. Directed by Ivo van Hove, “A View From the Bridge” won Best Revival of a Play, beating out “The Crucible,” also written by Miller.

Best Revival of a Play NomineeOpening DateClosing DateTicket Cost
“The Crucible”March 31N/A$42 to $268
“A View from the Bridge”Nov. 12Feb. 21N/A
“Blackbird”March 10June 11$39 to $145
“Long Day’s Journey Into Night”April 19June 26$67 to $152
“Noises Off”Jan. 14March 13N/A

Best Revival of a Musical

“The Color Purple” took home the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical. Based on the critically-acclaimed novel by Alice Walker, “The Color Purple” is a revival of the musical that made its original run on Broadway from 2005 to 2008.

Best Revival of a Musical NomineeOpening DateClosing DateTicket Cost
“The Color Purple”Dec. 10Oct. 2$75 to $145
“Fiddler on the Roof”Dec. 20Dec. 31$35 to $167
“She Loves Me”March 17July 10$52 to $157
“Spring Awakening”Sept. 27Jan. 24N/A

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play

Frank Langella scored the Tony Award for Best Lead Actor in a Play for his role in “The Father.” Langella defeated fellow Hollywood actors Gabriel Byrne, Jeff Daniels and Mark Strong.

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play NomineeNet WorthPlay
Gabriel Byrne net worth$10 million“Long Day’s Journey Into Night”
Jeff Daniels net worth$45 million“Blackbird”
Frank Langella net worth$5 million“The Father”
Tim Pigott-Smith net worthUnknown“King Charles III”
Mark Strong net worth$5 million“A View from the Bridge”

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play

Jessica Lange took home the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for the revival of “Long Day’s Journey Into Night.” Lange starred alongside critically-acclaimed actors Gabriel Byrne, Michael Shannon and John Gallagher Jr.

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play NomineeNet WorthPlay
Jessica Lange net worth$15 million“Long Day’s Journey Into Night”
Laurie Metcalf net worth$8 million“Misery”
Lupita Nyong’o net worth$500,000“Eclipsed”
Sophie Okonedo net worthUnknown“The Crucible”
Michelle Williams net worth$16 million“Blackbird”

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Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical

Leslie Odom Jr. defeated “Hamilton” writer Lin-Manuel Miranda to win Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical, playing Hamilton’s rival Aaron Burr.

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical NomineeNet WorthMusical
Alex Brightman net worthUnknown“School of Rock”
Danny Burstein net worthUnknown“Fiddler on the Roof”
Zachary Levi net worth$8 million“She Loves Me”
Lin-Manuel Miranda net worth$10 million“Hamilton”
Leslie Odom Jr. net worthUnknown“Hamilton”

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical

Cynthia Erivo won the award for her role in the revival of “The Color Purple” at the Tony Awards 2016. Erivo managed to win over stiff competition from Jessie Mueller in “Waitress” and Laura Benanti in “She Loves Me.”

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical NomineeNet WorthMusical
Laura Benanti net worth$1 million“She Loves Me”
Carmen Cusack net worthUnknown“Bright Star”
Cynthia Erivo net worthUnknown“The Color Purple”
Jessie Mueller net worthUnknown“Waitress”
Phillipa Soo net worthUnknown“Hamilton”

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play NomineeNet WorthPlay
Reed Birney net worthUnknown“The Humans”
Bill Camp net worthUnknown“The Crucible”
David Furr net worthUnknown“Noises Off”
Richard Goulding net worthUnknown“King Charles III”
Michael Shannon net worth$6 million“Long Day’s Journey Into Night”

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play NomineeNet WorthPlay
Pascale Armand net worthUnknown“Eclipsed”
Megan Hilty net worth$2 million“Noises Off”
Jayne Houdyshell net worthUnknown“The Humans”
Andrea Martin net worth$1 million“Noises Off”
Saycon Sengbloh net worthUnknown“Eclipsed”

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical NomineeNet WorthMusical
Daveed Diggs net worthUnknown“Hamilton”
Brandon Victor Dixon net worthUnknown“Shuffle Along”
Christopher Fitzgerald net worthUnknown“Waitress”
Jonathan Groff net worth$3 million“Hamilton”
Christopher Fitzgerald net worthUnknown“Waitress”

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical NomineeNet WorthMusical
Danielle Brooks net worth$1 million“The Color Purple”
Renée Elise Goldsberry net worthUnknown“Hamilton”
Jane Krakowski net worth$12 million“She Loves Me”
Jennifer Simard net worthUnknown“Disaster!”
Adrienne Warren net worthUnknown“Shuffle Along”

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