TELEVISION & FILM
Lin-Manuel has appeared on some of today's most popular comedies, dramas and children's entertainment programming. Find out more about his TV and Film appearances below!
Lin-Manuel guest-starred as himself on two episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm's 9th Season. For his performance, Lin-Manuel was nominated for a 2018 Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy.
Lin-Manuel provided the voice for Paquito Fernando, a famous salsa singer on the Universal Kids series, "Nina's World." The original air date of the episode, "Nina Live" was July 13, 2017.
Lin-Manuel guest-starred on an episode of Drunk History dedicated to Alexander Hamilton. Under Lin-Manuel's narration, the show recounts the life and of founding father Alexander Hamilton and his lifelong rivalry with Aaron Burr. Its original air date on Comedy Central was Nov 29, 2016.
Lin-Manuel guest-starred as "Gus on the Bus" riding next to Marshall (Jason Segel) on their way to Farhampton in the Season 9 episode of How I Met Your Mother entitled "Bed Time Stories." It originally aired on CBS on November 25, 2013. How I Met Your Mother is available for purchase on DVD, digital download and instant digital video services.
Lin-Manuel guest starred as Juan "Alvie" Alvarez on the Season 6 episodes of House, entitled "Broken" and, "Baggage." They originally aired on FOX on September 21, 2009 and May 10, 2010. House is available on DVD, Blu-Ray, digital download and instant digital video services.
Lin-Manuel hosted the second episode of the 42nd season of Saturday Night Live, with musical guest Twenty One Pilots. It originally aired on NBC on October 8, 2016. Individual sketches from the episode can be viewed on SNL's youtube channel.
Lin-Manuel Miranda guest-starred as Guillermo, the Grocery Store Worker who tries to convince Jay (Ed O'Neill) to invest with him in the Season 2 Episode of Modern Family entitled, "Good Cop Bad Dog." It originally aired on ABC on May, 11 2012. Modern Family is available on DVD, Blu-Ray, digital download and instant digital video services.
Lin-Manuel played the recurring role of Dr. Ruben Marcado, a clinical pharmacologist on eleven episodes of Do No Harm. The series originally aired on NBC from January 31 2013 through September 7, 2013. Do No Harm is available on instant digital video services.
Lin-Manuel appeared in the Season 40 premiere of Sesame Street as real estate agent Freddy Flapman. He also voiced "Lamb-Manuel" in a season 42 episode, singing the theme song to the segment, "Murray Has a Little Lamb." He has composed several songs for the show and earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Original Song for "Rhymes with Mando." Sesame Street continues to air on PBS.
Lin-Manuel appeared as himself in 16 episodes of the The Electric Company on PBS in 2009-2010, performing in musical sequences alongside Shockwave. He also played the role of Mario in the episode, "One Bad Apple." For more videos and online activities connected to the Electric Company, check out
Lin-Manuel stars as Raul, a struggling Nuyorican comic book artist in search of Maria Sanchez - a young woman he met by chance in New York and fell for instantly, but who lives somewhere in Puerto Rico. Directed by Bruno Irizarry, and also known as "Looking for Maria Sanchez," the movie was released on June 14, 2013 in select cities.
Lin-Manuel co-stars as Reggie, local botanist and old college friend of Julie (Jennifer Garner) in Disney's 2012 family film, "The Odd Life of Timothy Green." The movie is available for purchase on Blu-Ray and DVD, digital download and instant digital video services.
Lin-Manuel appeared as "himself" playing a frenemy to Tom (Christian Borle) in the Season 2 episode of Smash entitled, "The Transfer." The episode first aired on NBC on May 11, 2013. Both seasons of Smash are available for purchase on Blu-Ray and DVD, digital download and instant digital video services.
Lin-Manuel made his television debut opposite James Gandolfini playing the Bellman in a Season 6 episode of the Sopranos entitled, "Remember When." The episode first aired on HBO on April 22, 2007. The Sopranos is available for purchase on Blu-Ray and DVD, digital download and instant digital video services.