Jake Gyllenhaal, who made his off-Broadway debut last fall in If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet, will be a presenter at the 2013 Tony Awards, according to Entertainment Weekly. Hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, the ceremony will be broadcast live June 9 on CBS from New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.
The Oscar-nominated star joins a roster of celebs on tap to present, including Tony-nominated Lucky Guy headliner Tom Hanks, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof alum Scarlett Johansson, The Trip to Bountiful star Cuba Gooding Jr., The Revisionist writer/star Jesse Eisenberg, Two and a Half Men star Jon Cryer and three-time Tony nominee Martha Plimpton. Additional presenters will be announced shortly.
Gyllenhaal earned an Oscar nomination for his performance in Brokeback Mountain. The actor rose to popularity after starring in the cult film Donnie Darko. Gyllenhaal’s additional film credits include Jarhead, Source Code, The Good Girl and End of Watch. He is reportedly in talks to play Cinderella’s Prince in the forthcoming Into the Woods film adaptation.