Curzon Dobell previously appeared at Syracuse Stage in Bug, Turn of the Screw, and Blithe Spirit. He has worked in NYC at Lincoln Center, the Irish Rep, Culture Center, SoHo Rep, the Mint, the Director’s Company, St. Clement’s, and five times for Theatre for a New Audience. Regionally, he played the title role in the premiere of The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Carson Kreitzer at Cincinnati Playhouse. He has also performed at the Guthrie Theatre, Baltimore CenterStage, Pittsburgh Public, Hartford TheaterWorks, Geva, the Westport Country Playhouse, and Living Room Theatre in Vermont. In Canada, he has been a company member of the Stratford Festival and the Grand Theatre Company. Film and television work includes House of Cards, The Knick, John Adams, Bull, Mr. Robot, The Blacklist, Return to Paradise, Greg Orr’s Alone, and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Training: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.