Lewis D. Wheeler Biography

Also Credited As: Lewis D Wheeler, Lewis Wheeler
 
Birth Place:
Boston, MA
Bio:
Lewis is a Boston-based actor and director. Recent credits include Shakespeare in Love (SpeakEasy Stage), Ideation (New Rep Theatre), To Kill a Mockingbird (Gloucester Stage), and Finish Line (Boston Theatre Company). Regional credits: No Man’s Land – IRNE Nomination, Best Supporting Actor ... (read more)
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Birth Place: Boston, MA

Bio:
Lewis is a Boston-based actor and director. Recent credits include Shakespeare in Love (SpeakEasy Stage), Ideation (New Rep Theatre), To Kill a Mockingbird (Gloucester Stage), and Finish Line (Boston Theatre Company). Regional credits: No Man’s Land – IRNE Nomination, Best Supporting Actor ... (read more)

Lewis is a Boston-based actor and director. Recent credits include Shakespeare in Love (SpeakEasy Stage), Ideation (New Rep Theatre), To Kill a Mockingbird (Gloucester Stage), and Finish Line (Boston Theatre Company). Regional credits: No Man’s Land – IRNE Nomination, Best Supporting Actor (American Repertory Theatre); Hand to God (SpeakEasy Stage); Richard II (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Pattern of Life, Muckrakers (New Rep); Blood on the Snow (Bostonian Society); Importance of Being Earnest, Glass Menagerie, A Number (Lyric Stage); Chosen Child – IRNE Nomination, Best Supporting Actor (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre); An Ideal Husband, Doubt, The Totalitarians (Gloucester Stage); five seasons at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre (WHAT); also American Stage (FL), Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Nora Theatre, Underground Railway Theatre, Huntington Theatre, Greater Boston Theatre Co., Vineyard Playhouse, Publick Theatre, Cape Rep, Shakespeare Now, Wellesley Repertory Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre. A founding member of Harbor Stage on Cape Cod, he performed in The Seagull and Hedda Gabler and directed David Rabe’s Sticks and Bones. Film/TV: Manchester by the Sea, Black Mass, The Company Men, Live by Night, Pink Panther 2, Louisa May Alcott (PBS), City on a Hill, Brotherhood. Lewis is a member of Theatre Espresso, performing interactive, historical dramas for students across New England. He also performs in improv-based training programs at Boston Children’s Hospital and IPEP (Institute for Professionalism and Ethical Practice), helping clinicians train for challenging medical situations. BA from Cornell University and MFA American Film Institute.