Artist Bio

Marc Grapey

Marc Grapey

(Bio as of January 2016)

Marc Grapey

 returns to Goodman Theatre, where he previously appeared in Ask Aunt Susan, Race, The Iceman Cometh (also at Brooklyn Academy of Music) and the world premieres of Eric Bogosian’s Griller and Noah Haidle’s Vigils. Chicago credits include Mizlansky/Zilinsky or Schmucks, The Chosen, Antigone, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Oblivion and The Birthday Party at Steppenwolf Theatre Company; The Normal Heart at TimeLine Theatre; I Sailed with Magellan, Class Dismissed and Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo (Jeff Award nomination) at Victory Gardens Theater; Richard III, The Taming of the Shrew and Gypsy at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; Picnic, Isaac's Eye and the upcoming Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Wolff at Writers Theatre; Funny Girl at Drury Lane Theatre; The Metal Children at Next Theatre Company and Early and Often, The Homecoming, Beautiful Thing and Hitting for the Cycle (Jeff Award nomination) at Famous Door Theatre Company. Regionally, he has appeared at the Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville and the HBO Comedy and Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado. He made his Broadway debut in 2005 opposite Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick in the hit revival of Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple. Film credits include Keeping Up with The Joneses, Warren, At Any Price, Superbad, Adventureland, Ali, While You Were Sleeping, A Piece of Eden and The Daytrippers. Television credits include The West Wing, Arrested Development, Two and a Half Men, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Conviction and Chicago P.D.  He appeared on two seasons of HBO's Sex and the City as J.J. Mitchell and can currently be seen as attorney Peter Kalmick on NBC's Chicago Med.

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