Garth Kravits made his Broadway debut working in tandem with his brother Jason Kravits, as part of The Tall Brothers, a 1920's-era comedy team playing gangsters disguised as pastry chefs, in the Broadway production of The Drowsy Chaperone in 2006.
Kravits has appeared in the Off-Broadway productions of Old Jews Telling Jokes and Toxic Audio Loudmouth; regionally in Meet Me in St. Louis: A Live Radio Play and It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play (Bucks County Playhouse); Gettin' The Band Back Together (George Street Playhouse); The Producers (Gateway Playhouse) and Happy Days: A New Musical (Goodspeed Opera House); and as Benny Southstreet in the regional tour of Guys and Dolls. He guest starred on the television shows "Nurse Jackie" (Showtime), The Blacklist" (NBC) "30 Rock" (NBC), "The Carrie Diaries" (CW), "The Tin Man" (NBC Pilot), "Nash Bridges" (USA), and on "Hostages" (CBS) as a polygraph expert.
A gifted comic actor, Kravits is also a versatile singer, a songwriter, a composer and a musician who has an affinity for tackling a variety of musical genres. He traveled the globe for seven years as a member of The House Jacks, an A capella rock band.