Skip to Content (Press Enter)

Actor

David
Harbour

Having recently wrapped his third major film role this year, Tony nominated actor David Harbour is making his west coast theater debut at the Geffen Playhouse. David’s recent films include State Of Play, alongside Russell Crowe, the crazy scotch drinking CIA agent “Greg Beam,” in Quantum of Solace, and director Sam Mendes’ upcoming Revolutionary Road. David is already famous for delivering standout performances on the prestigious stages of New York and London. He captured a Tony nomination for his critically acclaimed portrayal of the character “Nick” alongside of Kathleen Turner in Anthony Page’s Broadway production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?, and captivated audiences and critics alike performing the lead role of “Nicholas Stankevich” in Tom Stoppard’s epic trilogy Coast of Utopia at the Lincoln Center. David also collaborated with accomplished playwright Tom Stoppard and theater director Jack O’Brien as lead character “Moses Jackson” in the Broadway production The Invention of Love. Other notable theater credits include: Between US (MTC), Fifth of July (Signature), A Bad Friend (Lincoln Center), Twelfth Night (NYSF), and most recently Hamlet (NYSF).