Brian Hutchison

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Brian Hutchison is a New York City-based actor who has spent most of his professional career on the stage. While he was still enrolled in graduate school--ultimately earning his Master of Fine Arts at the University of San Diego in--Brian met director Jack O'Brien, who cast him in the title role of Brendan Behan's The Hostage at San Diego's Old Globe Theater. Brian has since returned to the Old Globe on multiple occasions to appear in productions of All My Sons and Blue/Orange. In 2009 the actor was cast in the revival of Armfield’s Exit the King--his Broadway debut--opposite Geoffrey Rush (who won the Tony Award that year for his performance), Susan Sarandon, and Lauren Ambrose. Brian’s other Broadway credits have since included Looped, Spirit Control, Man and Boy, and most recently the 2018 revival of The Boys in the Band.

If not from the stage, you may recognize Brian from having appeared in several major movies and US television series. Some of his silver screen credits include The Good Wife, Winter’s Tale, Vinyl, Bridge of Spies, and Person of Interest. In addition to acting, Brian has also recorded over 100 audiobooks, even earning him a 2016 Audie Award nomination for Multi-voiced Performance for narrating Clockwork Lives by Kevin J. Anderson and Neil Peart, and How It Went Down by Kekla Magoon.

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