Water for Elephants
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STAN BROWN

Camel

Stan Brown is grateful to make a Broadway debut at 60-years-old. Favorite credits include Cherry Lane’s “Open Heart,” NBC’s “Homicide: Life in the Streets,” “In the Heat of the Night,” and the acclaimed series “I’ll Fly Away”. Film credits include Modern Love (dir. Robby Benson) and Getting In (dir. Doug Liman). In the award-winning short film, The Bespoke Tailoring of Mr. Bellamy (dir. Alexander Jeffery), Stan’s portrayal won the Louisiana Film Prize’s Best Actor award. The film was also shortlisted for the Academy Award ballot. Stan holds the Inaugural W. Rockwell Wirtz Professorship in Acting at Northwestern University. He holds an MFA in Acting from the University of South Carolina, received classical training as an Acting Fellow at Washington D.C. ‘s Shakespeare Theatre, and did postgraduate research in Contemporary Shakespearean Performance at Warwick University (Coventry, England). Stan’s work caught the attention of the late Cicely Berry, former Head of Voice at the Royal Shakespeare Company (England), who became his mentor and personally invited him to continue his research with the Voice Department at the RSC.

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Stan Brown