Jonathan Groff to Voice Mountain Man in Disney's 'Frozen'

Brent Lang
The Wrap
Jonathan Groff to Voice Mountain Man in Disney's 'Frozen'

Jonathan Groff, who has taken his pristine pipes for a walk on "Glee," will voice a mountain man in "Frozen."

The animated comedy adventure will hit the big screen on  Nov. 27, 2013, courtesy of Walt Disney Animation Studios.  He joins Idina Menzel in the loose adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen."

The story centers on a girl who travels across an icy land to reverse a curse that has been cast on her by an evil queen. Groff's outdoorsman and his one-antlered reindeer help her on her quest.

Groff also appeared on Broadway in "Spring Awakening" and in the Public Theater's revival of "Hair."  

Other credits include Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock" and recurring roles on Starz's "Boss" and CBS' "The Good Wife."

 

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