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Robertson Dean,
Guest Artist

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Translator/Director: Jean Anouilh’s Antigone. 

Actor: The Director, Six Characters in Search of an Author; Friar Laurence, Romeo and Juliet; Brutus, Julius Caesar; The Critic, The Guardsman; Narrator, A Christmas Carol; Enobarbus, Antony and Cleopatra; Orsino, Twelfth Night; The Duke, Measure for Measure; Porfiry, Crime and Punishment; Count, The Rehearsal; King Henry IV, Henry IV, Part 1; Vladimir, Waiting for Godot, Theramenes, Phaedra; Jaques, As You Like It; Prospero, The Tempest; Arnolphe, The School For Wives; Sir Toby Belch, Twelfth Night; Walter Franz, The Price; Macbeth, Macbeth; Leonid Gayev, The Cherry Orchard; Don Adriano de Armado, Love’s Labour’s Lost; Pericles, Pericles; Richard Greatham, Hayfever; Astolfo, Life is a Dream; Iachimo, Cymbeline; Gooper, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Petruchio, The Taming of the Shrew; Horace, The Little Foxes; Oedipus, Oedipus the King, among others.

OTHER THEATRES: Broadway: Pygmalion and The Circle. Off Broadway: The Common Pursuit, The Fairy Garden, Crossfire, Fanshen. Regional Theatre: Yale Rep., American Repertory, Hartford Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Arizona Theatre Company, GeVA, Long Wharf, Baltimore Center Stage, Buffalo Studio Arena, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, Pasadena Playhouse, International Theater Company, Shakespeare Santa Cruz and the Magic Theater in San Francisco.

FILM/TV: Recurring on 24, Enterprise, Frasier, Sabrina, Cybill, Star Trek, Working, All American Girl, Dream On, Larroquette, The Bold and the Beautiful, Ugly Betty and his seven-year run as Ned on The Young and The Restless. MOWS: Parole, Here Come The Munsters, Disney’s The Red Coat, and the features Money Talks, Bombshell, Vanilla Sky, Star Trek: Nemesis, and Forgiving the Franklins (Sundance Film Festival ’06). Rob records many voiceovers, narrations, radio dramas, and CD Rom games. He has also recorded hundreds of audiobooks.

EDUCATION/TRAINING: B.A.–Tufts University; M.F.A.–Yale School of Drama.

More about Rob on our Blog:

WORLD PREMIERE! New adaptation of Anouilh’s Antigone arrives on September 20
Shakespeare Times Two: Rob Dean Speaks on Stage and On Tape