Aaron Tveit started out in theater, touring nationally and appearing on Broadway before landing his first screen role: a small part in the 2008 comedy film "Ghost Town" starring Ricky Gervais. Next, he was cast in the movie "Howl" (2010) about the birth of the Beat movement; Tveit played Peter Orlovsky, the real-life writer and longtime life partner of Allen Ginsberg. During this time, he also began guest-starring on television shows, including "Gossip Girl" (CW 2007-2013) as Trip van der Bilt, a recurring character with political ambitions. Tveit landed his highest-profile film role yet as Enjolras in the film version of the musical "Les Misérables" (2012), followed by his first regular TV role in the cable action drama "Graceland" (USA 2013-15). Tveit starred as Danny Zuko opposite Vanessa Hudgens in the live TV "Grease Live" (Fox 2016) after co-starring in the indie drama "Big Sky" (2015).