Thomas Derrah is a founding member of the American Repertory Theater, where he has appeared in 119 productions, most recently in the one-man show R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of the Universe (2011 Outstanding Actor, Elliot Norton Award); Cabaret (Fraulein Schneider); Endgame (Clov), The Seagull (Dorn), Oliver Twist (also at Theatre for a New Audience and Berkeley Repertory Theatre), Highway Ulysses (Ulysses), Uncle Vanya (Vanya), i (Marquis de Sade), Richard II (Richard). He was seen on Broadway in Jackie: An American Life (23 roles), and Off-Broadway in Dario Fo's one-man show Johan Padan and the Discovery of the Americas and Big Time (Ted). He toured with the A.R.T. across the U.S., with residencies in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles, and internationally throughout Europe, Canada, Israel, Taiwan, Japan and Moscow. Thomas has recently been touring through France in Julius Caesar. He has appeared with several local theatre companies, including Huntington Theatre Company, SpeakEasy Stage Company, Boston TheatreWorks, New Repertory Theatre, and Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, as well as Houston's Alley Theatre and other theaters throughout the U.S. His awards include the 1994 Elliot Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence, 2000, 2004 and 2011 IRNE Awards for Best Actor, the 1997 Los Angeles DramaLogue Award (for title role of Shlemiel the First) and the 2010 Robert Brustein Award. He appeared on television in Julie Taymor's film Fool's Fire (PBS American Playhouse), "Unsolved Mysteries," "Del and Alex" (Alex, A&E Network), and in the films Mystic River andThe Pink Panther II. He is on the faculty of the A.R.T. Institute and is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama.