Nat Zegree has been playing piano since he was 3 years old, and was singing before that. Coming from a family of musicians, Nat was trained classically on the piano from the age of 3 to 18. Training his voice along the way, he discovered every other genre there was to offer. His father, Steve Zegree, gave him the gift of Jazz, Funk, and Classical Orchestrations, while his Mother, Kellee Love Haselton, introduced him to Pop, Rock, and Musical Theatre. Both of them together offered an endless encyclopedia of Musical knowledge, and from a young age, Nat discovered he could play all these things using only his ear. Although he is extremely proficient in Sightreading, Nat’s true talent lies in playing pieces, songs, Themes, and Scores without any music at all… and he realized he liked to do all of these things for other people. He was doomed to be an Entertainer ever since.
Since moving to New York in August 2014, Nat was nominated for two BroadwayWorld Reginal Awards for his performance as Jerry Lee Lewis in the Ogunquit Playhouse production of Million Dollar Quartet, Directed by Hunter Foster, for Best Lead Actor and Best Vocal Performance. He was also heard in Pasek and Paul’s New Musical Dear Evan Hansen, which premiered at the Arena Theatre in Washington DC. He made his New York debut performing in Carner and Gregor's Barely Legal concert at 54 Below followed by his own solo show at 54 Below. Since then, he has music directed, hosted and performed in many shows at Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, The Laurie Beechman and Don’t Tell Mamma’s. Nat originated the role of Ted in Carner and Gregor's new musical, Island Song and the role of Truman Burbank in Alex Gemignani's musical adaptation of The Truman Show. He has music directed and conducted such shows as Chicago, The Wedding Singer, The Rocky Horror Show, and Schoolhouse Rock Live. Other credits include: Henry (Next to Normal), Moritz (Spring Awakening), Scarecrow (The Wizard of Oz), Rocky (The Rocky Horror Show), Feste (12th Night), Flute (A Midsummer Nights Dream), and Ralph (Lord of the Flies.) His upcoming musical, written with Eric Holmes, will be produced at the Indiana Festival Theatre this June, 2016. He will be releasing his debut album in January 2016.