Tony nominee Jonathan Groff will make a guest appearance on TV's The Good Wife this February, according to TVLine.com. Groff will play a plaintiff suing a software company after his sister disappears during a peaceful protest in Syria.
Groff appeared in the off-Broadway run of MCC's The Submission in fall 2011. He earned a Tony Award nomination for Spring Awakening. His other off-Broadway credits include Hair, The Bacchae, The Singing Forest and Prayer For My Enemy. Groff's film and TV credits include Taking Woodstock, The Conspirator, Twelve Thirty and One Life to Live. He is also set to reprise his role as Jesse St. James on Glee for a third engagement later this season.
Groff is just the latest familiar Broadway face on The Good Wife. The show has featured guest appearances from Mary Beth Peil, Anika Noni Rose, James Carpinello, Denis O'Hare, Jennifer Lim, Joanna Gleason, Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo in addition to Tony winner Alan Cumming, who is a series regular.