Eric Berryman, actor

A graduate with University and College Honors of Carnegie Mellon University, Eric also received the John Arthur Kennedy Award for Acting. In his freshman year, he traveled to Japan to participate in an intense puppetry workshop. Three years later, he was the first student at the School of Drama to spend a semester at the Korea National University of Arts in Seoul. An appointment as a Resident Company Member of Everyman Theatre provided Eric with valuable performing experience in several different productions, including a featured role in Suzan-Lori Parks’ Topdog/Underdog, a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, and one of the lead roles in the play Fly, a tribute to the experiences of the African-American pilots in World War II, collectively known as the Tuskegee Airmen. Eric also traveled to Australia to work with the renowned Physical Theater Company Zen Zen Zo and performed as Jason in the Greek tragedy Medea.  He appeared in Barry (2016), a look into the early life of U.S. President Barack Obama, Empathy Inc. (2017), currently in post-production, and After Louie (2017) with Alan Cumming.  Eric received a 2016 Princess Grace Honoraria in Theater.

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