Frank Wood in Gold

Frank Wood won the TONY Award and the Drama League Award for “Sideman”. He went on to play the role of “Gene” on London’s West End and in Australia. Frank was last seen on Broadway in “Clybourne Park”. Off-Broadway, he was in MCC’s production of “The Nether” at The Lucille Lortel Theatre, and played “Roy Cohn” in the Signature Theatre Company’s revival of “Angels in America”.

On Broadway, he has appeared in “August: Osage County”, “Born Yesterday”, “Hollywood Arms” and next up is “The Babylon Line” at Lincoln Center Theatre.

His films include Gold; Untitled Detroit Project; Changeling; Taking of Pelham 1 2 3; Dan in Real Life; Thirteen Days; Pollock; People I Know; In America; Down to You; Royal Tennenbaums; Greetings from Tim Buckley; The Missing Person.

On television, he’s known for “The Get Down”; “Newsroom”; “Younger”; “The Good Wife”; “Modern Family”; “Elementary”; “Blue Bloods”; “The Knick”; “Girls”; “Flight of the Conchords”; “Grey’s Anatomy”; “Sopranos”; “Law & Order: SVU”.

His regional theater credits include work at Goodman Theatre; ACT; Long Wharf Theatre; Hartford Stage; Williamstown Theatre Fest.; McCarter Theatre; Cincinnati Playhouse; Arena Stage, DC; Mark Taper Forum, LA.

He possesses a BA from Wesleyan University and an MFA from the NYU Graduate Acting Program.