DEAN NOLEN has originated roles in dozens of new plays and musicals from Broadway, where he co-starred as Harry Bright in the original Broadway cast of Mamma Mia!, to Off-Broadway, creating the role of Terence in Theresa Rebeck and Alexandra Gersten-Vasillaros’ critically-acclaimed Pulitzer-Prize finalist Omnium Gatherum, as well as the role of Jeffrey in Rob Ackerman’s Tabletop, for which he received a 2001 Drama Desk Award. Other New York Theatre: Manhattan Theatre Club, The Working Theatre, VOICETheatre (company member), Naked Angels Theatre Company. Regional Theatre: Yale Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Geva Theatre, The Wilma Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Lyric Stage, Virginia Stage Company, TheaterWorks, New Stage Theatre, among others. TV: Guest-starring roles include Philip Montrose on “Law and Order: SVU,” Nigel Hammaker on “Mercy,” Dan Enright on “Law and Order,” among others. He currently serves as Head of Acting/Directing for the School of Theatre and Dance at Texas Tech University. Education: Yale School of Drama.