Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Broadway Boys: Mr. June 2011: Seth Numrich

Mr. Broadway June 2011
Seth Numrich

WHY HE'S MR. JUNE:  It would be difficult to pick anyone who has had a better season than Seth Numrich.  He made his Broadway debut in The Merchant of Venice opposite acting legend Al Pacino, and followed it up with the lead role in the epic play, War Horse.  Add to that an upcoming film opening, the much-buzzed about Private Romeo.  But this latest acclaim should come of no surprise to anyone following his career since his graduation from Julliard, where he remains the youngest actor ever accepted to the school.  (He was 16!)  With good looks and a charming smile, he is able to carry off a variety of roles, and in the case of War Horse, a variety of ages, as well.  And so, Mr. Broadway June 2011 is a star on the rise; a young talent worth keeping an eye on for years to come.

  • Currently appearing in: He stars as Albert Narracott in Lincoln Center Theater's production of War Horse.  He recently won the Dorothy Loudon Award from Theatre World.
  • Age: He is 24.
  • Other credits: Broadway: The Merchant of Venice; Off-Broadway and Regional: Blind (Rattlestick Theatre, 2010), On The Levee (LCT3, 2010), Dutch Masters (LAByrinth Theatre Company, 2010), Slipping (Rattlestick Theatre, 2009), Gates of Gold (59E59, 2009), Too Much Memory (4th Street Theatre, 2008), The Cure at Troy (Seattle Rep, 2008), Iphegenia 2.0 (Signature Theatre Company, 2007), The History Boys (Mark Taper Forum, 2007); TV and Film: Gravity (STARZ series), How to Kill a Mockingbird, Private Romeo.
  • Where to find him on the Internet:


Headshots/Magazine Photos

The History Boys

Iphegenia 2.0

The Cure at Troy



On the Levee


Private Romeo

Out Magazine
(with Matt Doyle, co-star Private Romeo and War Horse)

The Merchant of Venice

War Horse

Featured in this spot for Lincoln Center's War Horse:
Interviewed in this spot for Lincoln Center's War Horse:
The trailer for Private Romeo (also featuring Matt Doyle):

Thanks, Mike, for your help in researching.
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