Chris Henry Coffey

Chris Henry Coffey previously appeared at the Huntington in Can You Forgive Her? and How Shakespeare Won the West by Richard Nelson. His theatrical credits include Bronx Bombers on Broadway after its successful run at Primary Stages, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Water by the Spoonful at Second Stage Theatre (Davis McCallum, dir.), Richard Nelson’s Frank’s Home (Playwrights Horizons and Goodman Theatre, Robert Falls, dir.), and A.R. Gurney’s The Dining Room at the Westport Country Playhouse (Mark Lamos, dir., Connecticut Critics Circle Award, Best Ensemble). Additional highlights include working with Arthur Miller on his penultimate play Resurrection Blues (The Old Globe); Lips Together, Teeth Apart (Westport Country Playhouse); The Front Page (Long Wharf Theatre); The Violet Hour and Hedda Gabler (Dallas Theater Center); and The P.R. Man (Ohio Theater), among others. Selected film credits include the upcoming film Diverge, The Little Tin Man, Epilogue (Tribeca Film Festival 2013), Neil LaBute’s BFF (Tribeca Film Festival 2012), and David Schwimmer’s feature Trust. Mr. Coffey is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama.


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