Drew was an original cast member of the revival of the classic musical On A Clear Day You Can See Forever where he played the role of Warren to critical acclaim alongside the incomparable Harry Connick, Jr. He also starred in the original Chicago Production of Jersey Boys, and has now portrayed the role of Bob Gaudio all over the country, including the Broadway Company. He has also performed in shows and/or workshops for Lincoln Center Theatre, the Goodman Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, Utah Shakespearean Festival, and the New York Theatre Workshop including A Minister’s Wife and Anne of Green Gables ( both Off-Broadway, Award Winning Cast Recordings). He recently took part in a workshop of the upcoming musical Big Fish based on the 2003 film.
On television and film, he can be seen in the upcoming HBO Movie Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight starring Christopher Plumber, Danny Glover and Ben Walker; and this season on 30 Rock as the nemesis of Kenneth the page.
In 2008, he began his ventures into the realm of directing and producing with his writing partners and former classmates through the foundation of the Elbow Room Society. Their production of Built Ford Tough at the Metropolitan Room was a phenomenal success and led to a series of web shorts shot guerrilla style on the streets and subways of New York City.
In late 2011, Drew co-authored a paper on the Vocal Habits of Broadway Performers along with several faculty members at the NYU Voice Center in Manhattan. The data collected has garnered a great deal of attention and while Drew is also an accomplished performer, he is also a current Post-Baccalaureate student at Columbia University. He holds a degree from the prestigious School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University.