MATTHEW BRUMLOW (Chris Ryan) makes his feature film debut with Endings. He has been a member of the American Theatre Company ensemble in Chicago since 2001, joining immediately after the critically acclaimed production of Catch 22 in which he played Milo Minderbinder and eleven other characters. He has ten ATC credits as an actor. Other favorite roles include Long in The Hairy Ape, the Mercenary in Kid-Simple, and Rodolpho in A View from the Bridge, for which he received a 2005 Joseph Jefferson nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. In Chicago, Matthew has worked with Writers' Theatre, Apple Tree, Northlight, Chicago Dramatists, Organic/Touchstone, About Face, PROP, Aardvark, Azusa Productions, and the premiere of the first American Girls Revue. Matthew also has five credits with Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and three credits with Shakespeare on the Green. He is particularly proud to have been in playwright Brett Neveu's first Chicago production The Last Barbecue as well as G. Riley Mills' world premiere of Raising Blue. Regional credits include work with Peninsula Players, Door Shakespeare, five productions with the marvelous Montana Shakespeare in the Parks where favorite roles include Tartuffe and Shylock, and a national tour of A Streetcar Named Desire with Montana Repertory Theatre in which he played Stanley. Matthew has been an acting mentor in Steppenwolf's Arts Exchange, he has studied with the Royal National Theatre in London, and he is a summa cum laude graduate of Lee University and Northwestern University.
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