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Ty Autry Biography

 
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TY AUTRY (Actor/Playwright) is a small-town southern boy with a big heart and a passion for theatre, adventure and New York City. Ty grew up in a rural farming community in South Georgia but moved to his first ?big city?, Atlanta, to pursue a degree in electrical engineering at Georgia Institute of ... (read complete bio)
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Bio:
TY AUTRY (Actor/Playwright) is a small-town southern boy with a big heart and a passion for theatre, adventure and New York City. Ty grew up in a rural farming community in South Georgia but moved to his first ?big city?, Atlanta, to pursue a degree in electrical engineering at Georgia Institute of ... (read complete bio)

TY AUTRY (Actor/Playwright) is a small-town southern boy with a big heart and a passion for theatre, adventure and New York City. Ty grew up in a rural farming community in South Georgia but moved to his first ?big city?, Atlanta, to pursue a degree in electrical engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. While busy with studies (he later graduated Summa Cum Laude with his engineering degree,) Ty also began his performance career with the university?s DramaTech Theatre company. He went on to perform with a wide variety of local/regional companies in the Southeast including OnStage Atlanta, The Lyric Studio, Ar s Theatre, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Act3 Productions, and Resurgens Theatre. For his performance as Adam in the critically acclaimed production of The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told (Out Front Theatre Company,) Autry received Broadway World?s 2017 regional award for Best Actor in a Play. Autry recently completed training at Atlantic Acting School and continues to pursue his acting career in New York. Concurrently, he works as a teacher, director and choreographer for various productions in Georgia. He currently just premiered A Southern Fairytale at the Hudson Guild Theatre, a one-man show highlighting the tug and pull of faith and one's sexual orientation.