Artist Bio

Jeff Parker

Jeff Parker

(Bio as of July 2016)

Jeff Parker returns to the Goodman, where his credits include the New Stages Festival production of Objects in the Mirror, Camino RealCandideTurn of the CenturyBounceThe Beard of AvonThe VisitBoy Gets Girl (also at Manhattan Theatre Club), Floyd Collins, The House of Martin Guerre and A Christmas Carol. Chicago credits include Mothers and Sons and Discord (Northlight Theatre); The Secret Garden (Court Theatre); Samsara (Victory Gardens Theater); The Brother/Sister Plays and Venus (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); CymbelineAs You Like It and The Three Musketeers (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Sweet Charity, Days Like Today and Isaac's Eye (Writers Theatre); Nine (Porchlight Music Theatre, Jeff Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical); Before My Eyes, View of the Dome and Bluff (Victory Gardens Theater) and Indian Ink (Apple Tree Theatre). Off-Broadway and regional credits include Candide (Huntington Theatre Company); My Fair Lady (Asolo Repertory Theatre); 1776 (American Conservatory Theatre); The American in Me (Magic Theatre) and Winesburg, Ohio (Kansas City Repertory Theatre). Television and film credits include Chicago P.D.Love is a Four Letter WordPrison Break and Early Edition. Mr. Parker holds a BFA in acting from the University of Southern California.  Jeffparkeractor.tumblr.com

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With Goodman Theatre

  • Candide Candide
    1011 Season
    Play by Leonard Bernstein and Mary Zimmerman
    Directed by Mary Zimmerman
  • Turn of the Century Turn of the Century
    0809 Season
    Play by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice
    Directed by Tommy Tune
  • Bounce Bounce
    0203 Season
    Play by Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman
    Directed by Harold Prince
  • Objects in the Mirror Objects in the Mirror
    New Stages 2015
    Play by Charles Smith
    Directed by Chuck Smith
  • Wonderful Town Wonderful Town
    1617 Season
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    Directed by Mary Zimmerman