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Greg Stuhr most recently appeared in the Broadway production of Larry David’s Fish in the Dark. Other Broadway credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; David Mamet’s November, directed by Joe Mantello; and Elaine May’s Taller Than a Dwarf, directed by Alan Arkin. Off-Broadway and regional work include world premieres by Ethan Coen, Keith Reddin, Rolin Jones and Bruce Norris for the Atlantic Theater Company, South Coast Rep, Yale Rep and Steppenwolf Theater Company, respectively. His upcoming film, The American Side, shot in his hometown of Buffalo, NY, co-written with Jenna Ricker and co- starring Alicja Bachleda, Camilla Belle, Matthew Broderick and Robert Forster, was touted by The Hollywood Reporter as an “adrenaline charged, pop-noir mystery” and a festival “highlight.” He was a regular on the Onion SportsDome for Comedy Central, is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon Drama and considered by many the most breathtaking member of the New Neighborhood.