She was replaced by original Natalie standby Meghann Fahy.
When she was nine years old, she began taking voice lessons and joined a children's theatre, The Random Farms Kids' Theater, playing parts such as Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz", the title role in Cinderella, Gertrude in Seussical and Marion Paroo in The Music Man.
As Damiano began her acting career, she stayed enrolled in her hometown's public high school, where she graduated in 2009.
One of the monologues Chanler-Berat performed in the play, which was about how his character Boy hates the word “sorry”, and the few seconds of silence that followed the speech was by far one of the most indescribably beautiful moments I’ve experienced in a theatre.
Chanler-Berat’s performance was enthralling from beginning to end.
She was nominated for the 2009 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance.
She appeared in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark on Broadway as Mary Jane Watson; the musical opened officially on June 14, 2011.
Chanler-Berat has been capturing hearts and taking names on the Great White Way for years now, succeeding in both musicals and plays.
He is best known for originating the role of the laid-back stoner Henry in the rock-infused power musical Next to Normal and recently appeared as the title role in the magical Broadway play Peter and the Starcatcher.
In all of the episodes, however, Chanler-Berat never fails to provide humor and clarity in his role.
His appearance in It Could Be Worse was such a delight, and really showcased his natural acting ability.
His character crosses paths with old acquaintance Jacob Gordon (played by Taylor) and they find themselves dating soon after reuniting, despite Gordon’s crazy ex-boyfriend.