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Perry Laylon Ojeda is one of more than a million Americans living and thriving with Parkinson's Disease. 


He is a professional Actor, Singer & Voice Actor that has enjoyed a thriving career for more than three decades; including roles on Broadway, London's West End, Concerts & Cabarets, Animated Series & Podcast, Hosting and many roles on Film & Television.

First coming into his own in the leading role of "Gabey" in George C. Wolfe's 1998 Broadway Revival of ON THE TOWN, he later went on to greater acclaim creating the role of "Marco" in the World War II drama by Frank McGuinness, DOLLY WEST'S KITCHEN at The Abbey in Dublin, Ireland and then again in London's West End

He's acted in roles at top regional theaters across the US including most recently at Utah Shakespeare FestivalSouth Coast Rep, The Old Globe, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival and Orlando Shakespeare Theater

An accomplished solo concert artist, in 2017, Mr. Ojeda received a grant from Coachella Valley Rep to create his latest act, JUST IN TIME: The Songs of Betty Comden & Adolph Green; which he went on to perform at Upstairs at Vitello's in Los Angeles and 54 Below in Manhattan as well as around the world onboard Norwegian Cruise Lines.

On screen, Perry has been featured in roles as varied as national commercials for the likes of Olive Garden to Disneyland... he's been the spokesman for Ritz Crackers Bacon and The Minerva Diet Plan.  He's performed roles on Television for top shows including WHY WOMEN KILL, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, ELI STONE, ALL MY CHILDREN, GUIDING LIGHT, DAYS OF OUR LIVES and others.  He's enjoyed playing characters in films for Hallmark Channel, LIFETIME, ION, Sy-Fy Network and TNT.  He is featured in the Audible audio drama SUMMER BREEZE with Kelly Ripa & Mark Consuelos.  His favorite roles have been for young audiences including a guest starring role on IMAGINATION MOVERS for Disney+ as well as roles the long running T-REX RANCH on YouTube.  Perry originated the role of "Carlos, Nina's Father" on the animated series COCOMELON for Moonbug Entertainment.

Perry grew up in Adrian, Michigan (home to the Croswell Opera House, where he first learned his love of acting & singing).  He is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and The University of Michigan Musical Theater Program.

He is a proud Latino of Mexican descent and queer uncle to his terrifically talented and intelligent nieces & nephews.

For Perry's résumé click here:
On the set of PRIDE with Pauley Perrette
_Some Other Time_
2010 - present
2010 - present
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