As Jaime Camil announced two weeks ago, he is all set to finally fulfill his lifelong dream of going to Broadway, after landing the role of a lifetime as the gallant Mr. Billy Flyn in the smash hit musical “Chicago.”

The actor came close to having his dream debut on Broadway in “Mambo Kings,” but unfortunately the play did not make it to New York City.

Now, the first photos of Camil in character have surfaced on social media and they are not to be missed.

The actor broke the news with a heartfelt message through his Instagram, with a photo of his character poster. “Thank you for letting me be a part of your talented family @chicagomusical. It'll be an honor to share the stage with you all,” he wrote.

Camil, who is substituting for actor Ryan Silverman from May 31 to July 3, spoke exclusively to Latin Billboard about what he called “an amazing opportunity,” and said the role came at a time when the actor really needed to be reminded of why he loves acting. “Musical theater is one of, if not my biggest, passions. If I had to put in order what I love to do the most, it would be musical theater, movies and then television," Camil stated. “This opportunity comes in a perfect time, because I had just told my wife that I needed to go back onstage and remind myself why I love to act. And now, life, God and the universe have granted me this precious gift, which is to be on a Broadway show.”

The “Jane the Virgin” star also noted that he is ready to bring his personal touch to the character he described as “a slick, smooth-talking lawyer who never loses a case.” Camil says he intends to add more of a comedic air to Mr. Flynn. “I'm taking them a step further into the comedic side,” he said about the character’s punch lines.