Zach Sorrow is an actor and musician from White Plains, NY. He discovered Chicago as a theatre student at Northwestern, and knew right away that Chicago was the place to be.
After his time at Northwestern concluded, Zach had the privilege of playing Rolf in The Sound of Music at the Lyric Opera of Chicago. He then spent several years at sea, playing Doody in Grease with Royal Caribbean, and Aladdin in Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular with Disney Cruise Lines.
Zach was more recently seen playing Elvis Presley in Heartbreak Hotel, the new Broadway in Chicago musical about the early years of Elvis, written and directed by Floyd Mutrux, the creator of Million Dollar Quartet. Zach has also played Elvis in Theatre at the Center's Million Dollar Quartet in Munster, Indiana.
These days, Zach is a touring member of The Fortunate Sons, a Chicago-based theatrical tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival, in which he sings and plays guitar as CCR's legendary front man, John Fogerty. As of April 2020, they have just concluded a 12-week tour of The Netherlands.
Zach lives in Chicago with his wife, Lizzie.