New Yorker Corey Stoll is best known for two roles; ‘Congressman Peter Russo’ in the Netflix series “House Of Cards” (Golden Globe nomination) and ‘Hemingway’ in Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris (Independent Spirit Award nomination.)
Presently, Stoll can be seen at the Public Theater in David Leveaux’s production of “Plenty”. Concurrently, science fiction fans can find him killing vampires on FX in the third season of Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Strain”. Earlier this year, Stoll appeared in Woody Allen’s most recent film Café Society, in Dan Sullivan’s production of “Troilus and Cressida” at the Delacorte, and was seen in a recurring role in HBO’s “Girls”. Later this year, Stoll will be seen in Michael Mayer’s film adaptation of Chekhov’s The Seagull opposite Annette Bening, and in GOLD opposite Matthew McConaughey.
Previous roles include Ant-Man, Black Mass, This Is Where I Leave You, and The Good Lie. On the small screen, Stoll starred opposite Alfred Molina on NBC’s “Law and Order; Los Angeles, in HBO’s “The Normal Heart”, and in the fourth season premiere episode of Showtime’s “Homeland”.
After earning an MFA at NYU Grad Acting in 2003, Stoll landed his first professional acting job in Lynn Nottage’s play “Intimate Apparel” (Drama Desk Award nomination, Drama Critics Circle Award.) Among numerous other theater outings, perhaps the most memorable was an appearance in the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s “A View From The Bridge opposite Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson in 2010.
Stoll lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Nadia Bowers and their son Nikolai.