(Bio as of May 2018)
Ryan Kitley returns to Goodman Theatre, where he previously appeared in Objects in the Mirror and the New Stages Festival production of Support Group for Men. Chicago credits include Lettie (Victory Gardens Theater); Romeo and Juliet (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Assassination Theater (Museum of Broadcasting); Burn This and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Shattered Globe Theatre); Travels with my Aunt (Writers Theatre); Romeo and Juliet, King O’ the Moon, Amy’s View and Things We Do For Love (Organic Theatre); Transformations 2000 (Piven Theatre); A Few Good Men (Theatre at the Center); The Big Funk (Clock Productions); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Meadow Brook Theatre). He received a Jeff Award for Best Ensemble in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Shattered Globe Theatre) and a Jeff nomination for Best Supporting Actor in The Big Funk (Clock Productions). Film and television credits include Chicago P.D., Empire, Chicago Fire, Boss, Guidance, Detroit 1-8-7, Turks, Early Edition, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Embeds, Miss March, Soul Survivors, Barbershop II, Dig Two Graves, Hunter, Soul Sessions and Other People’s Children.