Having spent his entire career on stage all dressed up in a flamboyant costume Broadway star, Brandon Victor Dixon found music to be a great source of satisfaction. His music involvement though, not only aided in his fame but also presented him with questions regarding his sexuality.

The Gaithersburg, Maryland native is an American actor, singer and theatrical producer. The 36-year-old actor is known for his Tony-nominated performance in 2005 musical The Color Purple, Eubie Blake, and Motown: The Musical (2013), which earned him a Grammy nomination because of his impressive performance.

Brandon Dixon: Brandon with on song #WeAre feat Daniel J Watts (Video: Published on May 10, 2018 )

Brandon has co-founded his own production WalkRunFly which promotes new struggling artists and revives the old classical musicals.

Brandon Dixon Bio: Age & Education

Brandon Victor was born on 23 September 1981 in Gaithersburg, Maryland. The actor enrolled in St. Albans School and later graduated from Columbia University in 2003 with a degree in drama.

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In 1999, Dixon, aged 37, also attended British Drama Academy at Balliol College, Oxford, England. There is not much information regarding his family and his personal life as he likes to keep things grounded. Both his parents are believed to be from Jamaica.

Brandon With His Parents: Brandon posing with his father and mother Laura at the sets of 'Hamilton' (Photo: Pinterest)

Brandon has good physical features with an average height of 1.88 m.

Brandon Dixon Career As Musical Artist

Brandon began his career in music after he played the character of Royal in the Encores!. He then went on to star in many musicals like The Color Purple, Eubie Blake  under the production of Broadway Musicals.

Brandon then starred in musical The Scottsboro Boys (2010) as  Haywood Patterson for which he was nominated for Drama Desk Award For Outstanding Actor in a Musical. Most recently in 2016, Dixon performed the lead role in Broadway production Hamilton as Aaron Burr which got him widespread admiration and recognition.

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Dixon is also into productions as he is the co-founder of WalkRunFly productions. His 2014 production Hedwig and the Angry Inch won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.  

Recently in 2018, Brandon has gone from Broadway to live television as he plays Judas in the award-winning live concert show “Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert.”

Brandon Dixon Is Quiet On Personal Front, Wife?

For all of Brandon Dixon fans all over the world, the 36-year-old actor isn’t married at the moment. The Broadway actor likes to maintain a low key regarding his personal life.

Brandon has never publicly talked about his romantic life. But in August 2017 he posted a picture of him and Tanairi Sade Vazquez, an actress known for her role in the famous TV series The Blacklist(2013), stating “Had a wonderful time @stcloudnyc last night with my girl.”

Brandon & Tanairi: Brandon sharing a cozy picture with actress Tanairi at Hamilton Musical celebration (Photo: Instagram)

The photo sparked a huge interest in the actor's life, and Twitterati were full of gossips about the actor dating. However, the talks about his girlfriend and him dating slowly petered out as there was never any confirmation about their romantic involvement.

Brandon Dixon's Lack Of Romantic Life/Gay Rumors

Brandon’s lack of romantic life, despite him getting a lot of female attention, has resulted in people and media questioning his sexuality.

The Broadway actor never seems to cease the attention from girls because of his muscular body, down to earth behavior and alluring smile. Still, in his whole life, he has never been linked with a single person let alone getting married and spending life with wife.

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Either the celebrity is very good at skipping media attention, or he could be really choosy when it comes to girls and relationships. That void of relationships has also seen him being labeled a gay on various internet portals.

In a profile published in Daily Beast written by Tim Teeman in April 2018, Brandon commented on 'gay rumors' with humor saying he was flattered and was enjoying his singlehood at the moment.

Not only were any questions regarding his sexuality put to bed he also implied that he was very much up for grabs!