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Dan Donohue has been a fixture at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival since 1994, performing in over 30 productions in such diverse roles as Hamlet, Iago, Mercutio, Caliban, Mark Antony, and Dvornichek (in Rough Crossing). He also had a three-year run as Hal in Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 and Henry V. On Broadway, Donohue was Scar in The Lion King. His other theater credits include: The Triumph of Love (Long Wharf Theatre), The Devil's Disciple, The Winter's Tale (Asolo Repertory Theatre), The Beard of Avon, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Game of Love and Chance (Seattle Repertory Theatre), Servant of Two Masters (Intiman Theatre) and Vincent Van Gogh in the world premiere of Inventing Van Gogh (Arizona Theatre Company). Donohue has also performed at Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Portland Center Stage, Utah Shakespeare Festival, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Missouri Repertory Theatre and elsewhere. He was an inaugural recipient of the Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship. Off the stage, Donohue has guest starred on The Closer and The Drew Carey Show and will soon be a regular on the NBC/Universal web series In Gayle We Trust. He currently resides in Los Angeles.