Greg Stuhr spent Friday nights of his freshman year at Carnegie Mellon University Drama in the basement of the Hunt Library watching every film in their collection, and many more than once. Since then he’s enjoyed a successful Broadway and off-Broadway stage career including a long association with David Mamet and William H. Macy’s Atlantic Theater Company, appearing in many productions such as filmmaker Ethan Coen’s Offices and The Redeemers, opposite F. Murray Abraham and Tim Blake Nelson, respectively. Greg’s Broadway credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Mamet’s November alongside Nathan Lane, and Elaine May’s Taller Than a Dwarf with Matthew Broderick. Recent theater work includes world premiere productions of Rolin Jones’ These Paper Bullets at Yale Rep and Pultizer Prize winner Bruce Norris’ The Qualms with the Steppenwolf Theater Company. In addition to numerous supporting roles in independent films, Greg’s had recurring roles on television for AMC’s Rubicon and Comedy Central’s Onion SportsDome. He is the co-writer with Jenna Ricker of two screenplays: Security, a quarterfinalist for the Nicholl Fellowship and a final round consideration for the Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab; and The American Side, set in his hometown of Buffalo, NY.