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Fuck Yeah, Seth Numrich!

Dedicated to the appreciation of actor Seth Numrich. Currently appearing as Bazarov in Donmar Warehouse’s production of Fathers and Sons in London (through July 26, 2014). Recently played Benjamin Talmadge in the AMC period drama Turn, which tells the story of an unlikely group of spies who turn the tide in America’s fight for independence. His character is an outspoken, impassioned young man who is running reconnaissance missions for General Washington. Seth starred as Chance Wayne in Sweet Bird of Youth opposite Kim Cattrall at the Old Vic Theatre in London, for which he was awarded the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer at the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards. Previously he starred as Joe in Golden Boy presented by Lincoln Center Theater at the Belasco Theatre, and as Albert in the Tony Award Winning War Horse at Lincoln Center. He made his Broadway debut as Lorenzo in the 2010 revival of The Merchant of Venice. Off-Broadway he has starred in Slipping (Rattlestick in New York and Los Angeles), Yosemite (Rattlestick), On the Levee and Iphigenia 2.0 (Signature), other NYC work include Blind (Rattlestick), Too Much Memory (Rising Phoenix Rep), Gates of Gold (59E59) and Dutch Masters (LAByrinth). Regional: The History Boys (Ahmanson Theatre), The Cure at Troy (Seattle Rep), Measure for Measure (Chautauqua Theatre Co.). Television: TURN, Gravity, The Good Wife. Film: Private Romeo, Blessed is the Match, How to Kill a Mockingbird. Teaching artist: Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEPonline.org), 2005-Present. Member: Rising Phoenix Repertory, 2005-Present. Training: The Juilliard School. Tags: