Watch Broadway Stars Suffer Through Their Law & Order Roles at the Tonys

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Look, it's hard to put food on the table when you're a struggling actor in New York. Sure, you dream of being a marquee name on the Great White Way, but if you need to pay your rent, you take what you can get — and sometimes what you can get is a bit part on Law & Order. At this year's Tony Awards, host James Corden forced Claire Danes, Billy Porter, Daveed Diggs, Leslie Odom, Jr., and Danny Burstein to revisit their oh-so-memorable turns on Dick Wolf's long-running drama. When will Assistant District Attorney Lester Rosenfeld finally get a spinoff?