Lin-Manuel Miranda
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United States

5000 Broadway Productions


The premiere of the filmed version of Miranda’s Tony-winning Broadway musical “Hamilton” on Disney Plus in July, moved up from a planned 2021 release, not only gave joy and comfort to scores of viewers stuck at home due to COVID-19, it brought the creator an estimated $30 million payday, on top of the $14 million in profit participation he was said to be earning from its various stage productions. But all was not good news for the charismatic multi-hyphenate. The pandemic delayed the release of two of his films ⁠— the animated musical “Vivo” and an adaptation of his musical “In the Heights,” both of which were pushed back to later dates in 2021. Next year also brings the release of his feature directorial debut, the Netflix adaptation of the Jonathan Larson musical “Tick, Tick… Boom!”




  • Wesleyan University (CT, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • Hollywood's New Leaders
  • New Power of New York
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Lin-Manuel Miranda Is Hopeful for Broadway's Return

Lin-Manuel Miranda Is Hopeful for Broadway's Return

To make sense of all that has transpired in 2020 and what it portends for the media and entertainment sectors going forward, Variety spoke with a cross section of industry leaders about the broad theme of change. For more, click here.The loss to the theater community is already incalculable. It’s shown people who go into this way of life how fragile it is, how dependent we are on each other, and when the ability to gather is taken away, how...


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