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Philip Goodwin

Philip Goodwin Broadway: Tartuffe, The Diary of Anne Frank, The School for Scandal. Off-Broadway: A Day by the Sea, Mint Theatre; Celebration, Atlantic Theatre; Mud and Drowning, Signature Theatre; Grace (with Lynn Redgrave), MCC; Cymbeline, Pericles, The Broken Heart, and Henry VI (Drama Desk Nomination), Theatre for a New Audience; King Lear (with Kevin Kline), Macbeth, Hamlet, Public Theatre. Regional: Arizona Theatre Company, Cleveland Playhouse, Guthrie Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Portland Stage, Hartford Stage, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Two River Theater. At Studio Theatre, DC, he performed as critic Kenneth Tynan in a premiere solo play by Richard Nelson. At the Austin (TX) Shakespeare, he appeared in Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? opposite Franchelle Stewart Dorn. As an Associate Artist at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC, he has played many parts, including the title role in Macbeth, also with Fran Dorn. He received Helen Hayes Awards for his performances as Timon in Timon of Athens, Mayor Stockman in Enemy of the People, and Malvolio in Twelfth Night. He began his professional career in John Houseman’s The Acting Company, touring the country for five years. The very first stop was in Houston at the Alley Theatre, playing a 108-year-old Dr. Quack in The Country Wife. Film and TV: The Pink Panther, The Pink Panther 2, Diary of a City Priest. Law and Order, Law and Order CI, The Equalizer, The Blacklist, EVIL, and Hamlet for PBS.