David Wilson Barnes recently appeared in a critically acclaimed role in Becky Shaw at Second Stage Theatre, for which he received a Drama League nomination, as well as rave reviews from The New York Times and Variety. He made his Broadway debut with The Lieutenant of Inishmore and starred in Fifth of July at the Bay Street Theatre. He has also appeared in Hamlet at the Public Theater, Britannicus and Olly’s Prison at the American Repertory Theater, St. Crispin’s Day at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Men Without Shadows at the Flea Theater, Jersey Story at Cherry Lane, The Square with Ma Yi Theatre Company/the Public Theater, Mirandolina at the Pearl, and The Caucasian Chalk Circle and The Bald Soprano at La MaMa E.T.C.
Film credits include You Don't Know Jack, Company Men, Taking Woodstock, Seducing Charlie Barker, Capote, How to Seduce Difficult Women, and Ozark Savage. TV credits include Law and Order and Sex and the City.
Fifth of July
When it comes to dysfunction, the Talley clan is no slouch. In “Fifth of July,” by Lanford Wilson ....▶
Actor David Wilson Barnes has worked steadily on New York and regional stages for the past several years. This month, however, critics truly paid attention ....▶