See for your selfie: A day in the life of actor Michael Urie

Michael Urie was a familiar face as Marc St. James on the television hit "Ugly Betty." As a critically acclaimed star on and off Broadway ("Buyer & Cellar," "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"), the actor continues to make his mark in front of audiences.

But what goes on behind the scenes? The best way to track that, as always, is through Instagram, where Urie posted a series of selfies to offer small a glimpse into his everyday New York life.

Time to make the donuts! Urie simply said "Earrrrly" on this image.

Earrrrly

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The morning light at Grand Central Market in Midtown Manhattan.

Grand central market gorgeous!

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"So excited about who had this trailer before me," Urie wrote, in front of a piece of tape that said "dog," as he arrived to shoot an episode of "The Good Wife."

So excited about who had this trailer before me!!

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"Probably shouldn't be sharing my secret identity ..." Urie said of the badge for his "Good Wife" role.

Probably shouldn't be sharing my secret identity, but wth!

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Urie with Tobias Segal, who plays Tyler Hopkins, on the set of “The Good Wife.”

Look it's Tobias

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Urie on the subway after wrapping his day at the CBS drama.

Short day's work

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"Yeehaw," Urie wrote after checking the day's news.

Yeehaw

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Urie's dog, President McKinley, who he refers to as "POTUS" in this image.

Get it POTUS

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No time to rest ... Urie heads off for another audition.

Off I go

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Urie in his dressing room for the off-Broadway play "Buyer & Cellar" at the Barrow Street Theatre. Not only does he play a character who is hired to work in Barbra Streisand’s basement, but his dressing room is in the cellar of the theater.

In the cellar

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Urie takes part in a post-show talk-back after a "Buyer & Cellar" performance. Urie will continue in theproduction until March 16 and then launch the national tour of the hit comedy in May in Chicago.

Post show talk back with producer Doug Nevins!

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For more on Urie and his work, visit his website.

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