Lou Liberatore is a Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominee for his portrayal of “Larry” alongside John Malkovich and Joan Allen in Lanford Wilson’s Burn This. The show was put on by the famed Circle Repertory Company, of which Lou is a permanent member. He joined the company after first interning there following his graduation from Fordham University (Lincoln Center) and later making his New York City stage debut in their 1982 production of Richard II. He subsequently appeared in The Great Grandson of Jebediah Kohler, Black Angel, and William M. Hoffman’s groundbreaking play As Is, the latter of which was transferred to Broadway. As Is was the first play about the AIDS crisis to premiere on the Great White Way. It also marked Lou’s Broadway debut.
Liberatore's television credits include Tales of the City, Who's the Boss?, Sex and the City, Law & Order, and the made-for-TV movies If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium, Original Sin, and Baby Brokers. He has also appeared off-Broadway in Sight Unseen.