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Edward Gero, a four-time Helen Hayes Award recipient and fourteen-time Helen Hayes Nominee just completed a run at Round House Theater as Antonio Salieri in Amadeus, where he also played Richard Nixon in Nixon's Nixon in 1999 and 2008 and received a Helen Hayes nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor both times. Last year he appeared as the title character in Signature Theater’s production of Sweeney Todd. Other regional credits include David Malter in The Chosen for Theater J at Arena Stage; Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at Ford's Theatre and Donny in American Buffalo at The Studio Theatre. Other favorites include John in Shining City, Ivan in The Seafarer and Tom Sargeant in Skylight (Helen Hayes Award), Vershinin in Uncle Vanya, and Philip Gelberg in Broken Glass. In 28 seasons with the Shakespeare Theatre Company, he has played 70 Shakespearean roles including Hotspur in Henry IV (Helen Hayes Award), Bolingbroke in Richard II (Helen Hayes Award) and Macduff in Macbeth (Helen Hayes Award). Regional credits include Gloucester in King Lear, The Goodman Theatre; Horace Vandergelder in The Matchmaker at Center Stage in Baltimore. In New York: South Street Theatre and Classic Stage Company. Film and television credits include Die Hard II, Striking Distance, and narrations for The Discovery Channel and PBS. He is an Associate Professor of Theater at George Mason University, and instructor for the Academy for Classical Acting at GWU, and The University of Maryland. Mr. Gero was featured on the cover of The Washington Post Magazine, which can be read by clicking the attached link.
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