Artist Bio

Sean Fortunato

Sean Fortunato

(Bio as of December 2015)

Sean Fortunato previously appeared at the Goodman in Measure for MeasureOedipus Complex, A Christmas Carol and As You Like It. Other Chicago credits include You Can't Take It With You (Northlight Theatre); Spamalot (Theatre at the Center); The Diary of Anne Frank, The Real Thing, Travels with My Aunt and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Writers Theatre); M. Butterfly (Court Theatre); Curtains (Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace); over 20 productions with Chicago Shakespeare Theater and work with Timeline Theatre, Marriott Theatre, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, First Folio Theatre, Griffin Theatre and About Face Theatre. He has appeared off-Broadway in Rose Rage at The Duke on 42nd StreetRegional credits include productions at The Old Globe in San Diego, Intiman Theatre in Seattle and 12 seasons with the Peninsula Players Theatre in Wisconsin, where his credits include Sunday in the Park with George, Chicago, A Little Night Music, Cabaret and Doubt. Mr. Fortunato has received four Jeff Award nominations and an After Dark Award. He has also appeared on Chicago P.D. and on film in The Merry Gentleman, directed by Michael Keaton.

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With Goodman Theatre

  • Oedipus Complex Oedipus Complex
    0607 Season
    Play by Frank Galati
    Directed by Frank Galati
  • A Christmas Carol 2004 A Christmas Carol 2004
    0405 Season
    Play by Tom Creamer
    Directed by Kate Buckley
  • A Christmas Carol 2000 A Christmas Carol 2000
    0001 Season
    Play by Tom Creamer
    Directed by Henry Godinez
  • Measure for Measure Measure for Measure
    1213 Season
    Play by William Shakespeare
    Directed by Robert Falls
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    1516 Season
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