Bryce Pinkham, actor

Within a few weeks of his nomination for the Fellowship, Bryce Pinkham was appearing as one of the four leads in the Broadway production of the London musical Ghost. He co-starred on Broadway in the 2014 Tony Award-winning musical comedy A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. Bryce’s performance was recognized with a Tony nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical.  He also received a 2014 Drama Desk Award nomination. Previously, he performed at Yale Repertory Theater, The Guthrie Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, and Hartford Stage, and he worked in high profile projects such as Horton Foote’s Orphans’ Home Cycle and the Broadway production of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Bryce believes that his mission as an artist is continued growth; accordingly, the Fellowship has provided him with opportunities to take advanced training in physical comedy, additional technical training for the stage, and on-camera study for films and television.  In 2016, he was the lead actor in Holiday Inn, an Iving Berlin musical on Broadway, and a member of the cast of the PBS series Mercy Street.  In spring 2017 he co-starred in the Chicago Lyric Opera’s production of My Fair Lady.

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