Grant Goodman: About the Artist


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Grant Goodman is an actor, director and voice-over artist who has been working professionally for the past nineteen years. Grant graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts as well as The National Shakespeare Conservatory, and has worked throughout the United States, appearing on stage, film and on television. Having appeared in more than fifty productions of Shakespeare’s plays, he is currently playing Orsino in Twelfth Night at The Utah Shakespeare Festival. His Off-Broadway credits include: Antony & Cleopatra, The Merchant of Venice (Theatre for a New Audience); King Lear, The Iliad (Lincoln Center); Richard II (New York City Center/Pearl Theatre Company); and Pericles (Red Bull Theater) among others.  National Tours include: The Merchant of Venice, starring F. Murray Abraham (Theatre for a New Audience) and King Lear (Aquila Theatre Company of London) among others.  Regional Theatre credits include extensive work with: Yale Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company (Washington D.C.), Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Old Globe, Hartford Stage, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Arizona Theatre Company, Northlight Theatre, Court Theatre, PlayMaker’s Repertory Company, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Syracuse Stage, Centennial Theatre Festival, Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Kentucky Shakespeare Festival and The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey among many others.  Film and Television: As the World Turns, Sex and the City and Sleepers.  Some of Grant’s favorite roles include Bolingbroke in Richard II, Edgar in King Lear, Mr. Darcy in Pride & Prejudice, Septimus Hodge in Arcadia, Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Mark Antony in Julius Caesar, Prince Hal in Henry IV, Parts I&II, C.K. Dexter Haven in The Philadelphia Story, Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew, Octavius Caesar in Antony & Cleopatra, Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice and the title roles in Macbeth and Hamlet.

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