Finn Wittrock Biography

Birth Place: Lenox, MA, USA
Gender: Male

Broadway: Death of a Salesman directed by Mike Nichols (winner of 2012 Tony and Drama Desk Awards, for which Wittrock won a Theatre World Award and Clarence Derwent Award). Off Broadway: Othello at the New York Theater Workshop; Tony Kushner's The Illusion at Signature Theatre, Age of Iron at Classic Stage Company. Regional: Sweet Bird of Youth at The Goodman Theatre, The Guardsman at the Kennedy Center, The Blue Deep at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Romeo and Juliet at the Shakespeare Theatre Company; Shaw's Candida at the Berkshire Theatre Festival; The Laramie Project at Mechanicals Theatre Group in Los Angeles. Television credits include: "American Horror Story," "The Normal Heart," "Masters of Sex." Film credits include: Landline, premiering at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival; La La Land, The Big Short, My All American, Unbroken and The Submarine Kid, which he also co-wrote. Training: Juilliard and the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.

Finn Wittrock Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

 
Theatre World Awards - 2012 - Outstanding Debut Performance
Finn Wittrock, Death of a Salesman