Evan Siegel grew up in Delmar, a suburb of Albany, New York, and by age five was studying piano under Noel Liberty. As time progressed, he also became a tutor of various languages, a meditation leader, an All-American track athlete, the valedictorian of his high school class, and the top-ranked young classical tenor saxophonist in the United States. Right before graduating from high school, Evan booked his first job as a member of the ensemble in My Fair Lady at Park Playhouse, and he has been blissfully smitten by the proverbial acting bug ever since.

Evan then went to Harvard, where he studied voice with Charley Blandy, acting with such greats as Scott Zigler, Marcus Stern, Tommy Derrah, and Jeremy Geidt, vocal production with Nancy Houfek, and dance with Katie Ulissey, Leslie Woodies, Margot Parsons, and Julia Boynton. He also circled the globe singing vocal jazz for celebrities, royalty, and crowds of up to 40,000 with the Harvard Din & Tonics, and played Reed 1 in the pit orchestra of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals in Cambridge, New York City, and Bermuda. In his spare time he majored in linguistics, and graduated magna cum laude.

After working a number of summer-stock and regional jobs, Evan moved to New York City. Within six weeks he had signed with RKS Management, had booked his first national tour, and had joined Actors' Equity Association. He has been working and studying ever since, and looks forward daily to the excitement and variety and joy of life as a performer.