Grant Goodman

Grant Goodman is an actor, director and voice over artist who has worked nationally and internationally appearing on stage film and television. A veteran of over sixty productions of Shakespeare's plays, he has appeared at many of the country's leading classical companies. For The Indianapolis Shakespeare Company, Grant appeared in the title role of  Coriolanus  in the summer of 2018. His New York credits include:  King Lear, The Iliad  (Lincoln Center),  Antony & Cleopatra, The Merchant of Venice  (Theatre for a New Audience),  Pericles  (Red Bull Theater),  Three Sisters  (International Chekhov Now Festival) and  Richard II  (Pearl Theatre). National Tours include:  The Merchant of Venice  starring F. Murray Abraham and  King Lear.  Regional credits include extensive work with such theatres as: Yale Repertory, Shakespeare Theatre Company (DC), Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Old Globe, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Hartford Stage, Court Theatre (Chicago), Cleveland Playhouse, Pioneer Theatre Company, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, PlayMakers Repertory, Indiana Repertory, Syracuse Stage, Milwaukee Repertory, People's Light (Philadelphia), Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Clarence Brown Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company and the Utah, Illinois, Notre Dame, Milwaukee and Kentucky Shakespeare Festivals among many others. Film/Television includes:  As the World Turns ,  Sex and the City , and  Sleepers . Favorite Shakespearean roles include Hamlet, Macbeth, Benedick, Berowne, Leontes, Prince Hal, Bolingbroke, Bassanio, Marc Antony, Edgar, Orsino and Coriolanus. In 2015, Grant was selected to represent the U.S. at The International Actor's Fellowship at The Globe Theatre in London.

Grant Goodman is an actor, director and voice over artist who has worked nationally and internationally appearing on stage film and television. A veteran of over sixty productions of Shakespeare's plays, he has appeared at many of the country's leading classical companies. For The Indianapolis Shakespeare Company, Grant appeared in the title role of Coriolanus in the summer of 2018. His New York credits include: King Lear, The Iliad (Lincoln Center), Antony & Cleopatra, The Merchant of Venice (Theatre for a New Audience), Pericles (Red Bull Theater), Three Sisters (International Chekhov Now Festival) and Richard II (Pearl Theatre). National Tours include: The Merchant of Venice starring F. Murray Abraham and King Lear. Regional credits include extensive work with such theatres as: Yale Repertory, Shakespeare Theatre Company (DC), Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Old Globe, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Hartford Stage, Court Theatre (Chicago), Cleveland Playhouse, Pioneer Theatre Company, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, PlayMakers Repertory, Indiana Repertory, Syracuse Stage, Milwaukee Repertory, People's Light (Philadelphia), Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Clarence Brown Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company and the Utah, Illinois, Notre Dame, Milwaukee and Kentucky Shakespeare Festivals among many others. Film/Television includes: As the World Turns, Sex and the City, and Sleepers. Favorite Shakespearean roles include Hamlet, Macbeth, Benedick, Berowne, Leontes, Prince Hal, Bolingbroke, Bassanio, Marc Antony, Edgar, Orsino and Coriolanus. In 2015, Grant was selected to represent the U.S. at The International Actor's Fellowship at The Globe Theatre in London.