Kurt gets caught by Blaine and two fellow Warblers, Wes and Davidwhere Kurt thinks it is nice of them to buy him coffee before beating him up. Blaine and Kurt have instant chemistry and soon develop a friendship.
Characters of Glee In casting Glee, Murphy sought out actors who could identify with the rush of starring in theatrical roles. Instead of using traditional network casting calls, he spent three months on Broadway, where he found Matthew Morrisonwho had previously starred on stage in Hairspray and The Light in the Piazza ; Lea Michelewho starred in Spring Awakening ; and Jenna Ushkowitzwho had been in the Broadway revival of The King and I.
Actors lacking theatrical experience needed to demonstrate, during their auditions, that they could also sing and dance.
Chris Colfer had no previous professional experience, but Murphy wrote in the character Kurt Hummel for him.
He explained that the diversity of the cast's backgrounds reflects the range of different musical styles within the show itself: Even the musical theatre stuff is switched up. You won't always recognize it. Glee has featured as many as fifteen main roles with star billingafter starting with twelve.
Morrison plays Will SchuesterMcKinley High's Spanish teacher, who becomes glee-club director and hopes to restore it to its former glory. Rachel has an on-and-off relationship with Finn Hudson starting in season one; they become engaged in season three.
Dianna Agron plays Quinn FabrayFinn's cheerleader girlfriend, who later joins the glee club to keep an eye on him. Mark Salling plays Noah "Puck" Puckermana good friend of Finn's on the football team who at first disapproves of Finn joining the glee club, but later joins it himself.
Naya Rivera and Heather Morriswho portray Cheerios and glee club vocalists Santana Lopez and Brittany Pierce respectively, were originally recurring actors, but were promoted to series regulars in the second season.
Many of the original characters graduated from McKinley High at the end of the third season. Murphy said, "We didn't want to have a show where they were in high school for eight years. We really wanted to be true to that experience. I think Amber was talking about that bittersweet feeling of, 'I'll never be in the choir room with that exact group of people.
When I read that [tweet,] I said, 'I think people will misconstrue that.
I wanted to do the right thing by all of them. Anyone who is a regular is coming back.
An autopsy completed on July 15 indicated that he died of alcohol and heroin overdose. The script was entirely rewritten,  and was picked up by Fox within fifteen hours of being received. Murphy attributed that, in part, to the network's success with American Idol.
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