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MEET THE CAST OF
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

JORDAN LAGE  
Garfinkle
 

Founding member, Atlantic Theater Company, NYC. Productions include: Storefront Church, Keep Your Pantheon, David Mamet’s HOME, Almost an Evening, Sea of Tranquility, The Night Heron, Mojo, The Water Engine, The Hothouse, Blithe Spirit, Edmond, Dangerous Corner, Missing Persons, The Lights, Distant Fires (AUDELCO Award nom.), The Woods, Boys’ Life (Drama Desk nom.), Three Sisters (Mamet trans.), Women and Water, The Blue Hour. BROADWAY: Race, Speed-the-Plow, Inherit the Wind, Glengarry Glen Ross (Drama Desk Award), Gore Vidal’s The Best Man (2000 revival), The Old Neighborhood, Our Town (1988 revival), A Few Good Men (nat’l tour). REGIONAL: Ride the Tiger (Long Wharf Theatre), American Buffalo (CenterStage), Race (Phila. Theater Co.), Rabbit Hole (Huntington), Absolution (A.R.T.), Glengarry Glen Ross (McCarter), Love! Valor! Compassion! (Phila. Theater Co.) FILM: You Don’t Know Jack, Salt, Body of Lies, Turn the River, Michael Clayton, World Trade Center, The Pink Panther, The Spanish Prisoner, Homicide, Things Change. TELEVISION: “Person of Interest,” “Damages,” “The Big C,” “Blue Bloods,” “Ugly Betty,” “Canterbury’s Law,” “Rescue Me,” “Oz,” “Hack,” “All My Children,” “As the World Turns.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 EDWARD JAMES HYLAND 
Jorgenson

Edward is proud to debut at Long Wharf as Andrew Jorgenson. Broadway: Machinal, Arcadia, Man Who Had All the Luck, Festen, The Price, Ah! Wilderness. Off-Broadway: Troilus & Cressida (Delacorte Theatre), A Better Place, Under My Skin, Big Doolie, Juno and the Paycock. Regional: Othello, Electra, Harry’s Friendly Service, Oedipus the King, The Tempest, Mary Stuart, and Much Ado About Nothing (Pittsburgh Public), Hamlet (CT Critics Award Best Supporting Actor), I Ain’t Ya Uncle (Hartford Stage Company), Invisible Man (The Huntington Theatre Company and Studio Theatre - D.C., Helen Hayes Award- Best Ensemble), White Christmas, To Kill A Mockingbird (Paper Mill Playhouse), The Heavens Are Hung in Black (The Ford’s Theatre); Passion Play, Theophilus North (Arena Stage); Macbeth (Shakespeare Theatre of D. C.); Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, Huntington Theatre, Denver Center Theatre Company, Missouri Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Hartford Stage, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, among others. Film/TV: “Café Society,” Stephen Spielberg’s “Bridge of Spies,” “Three Days In August,”  “True Story,” “The Happening,” “The Caller,” “Asylum Seekers,” “The Next Big Thing,” “Cradle Will Rock,” “Mr. Robot”, “The Leftovers,” “Political Animals,” “Boardwalk Empire,” “Law & Order,” “Gossip Girl,” “Guiding Light,” “One Life To Live,” among others.

     

 

 

LIV ROOTH 
Kate

BroadwBroadway: Venus In Fur, Born Yesterday, Is He Dead? Off-Broadway: Nice Girl (LAByrinth);  Lives Of The Saints and All In The Timing (Primary Stages); Blood and Gifts (Lincoln Center Theater); Desire and Jane Eyre (The Acting Company); Beyond Therapy (TACT); Wife to James Whelan (Mint); Women Beware Women (Red Bull); The Obstruction Plays (Slant Theater Project);  A Doll’s House (Studio Tisch). Regional Theater: Nora, Suddenly Last Summer, and Loot (Westport Country Playhouse);  Venus In Fur (Hartford TheaterWorks);  Noises Off (Hartford Stage); Surf Report (La Jolla Playhouse); Boeing-Boeing (Old Globe and Dorset Theater Festival);  Much Ado About Nothing (Pennsylvania Shakespeare  Festival). TV:  “The Good Wife,”  “Person Of Interest,” “Elementary.” Film: “The Bleeder,” “Before During After,”  “Hank Boyd Is Dead,”  “The Wrong Girl.” Training: MFA, NYU Graduate Acting (Marcia Gay Harden Scholarship). BA: Dartmouth.

 

 

 

 

STEVE ROUTMAN  
Coles

Long Wharf Theatre:  The Second Mrs. Wilson, The Underpants, Our Town. Steve has also performed with the New Haven Symphony in A Survivor from Warsaw. He made his Broadway debut in Broadway directed by the legendary George Abbott. Other NYC work includes La Bete (dir. Matthew Warchus); The Shaggs (Playwrights Horizons);  Fiorello!, Pipe Dream (Encores!); The Glass Blowers (NYCO); Much Ado About Nothing, Love’s Labors Lost (NYSF). He has appeared in  “BrainDead,” “The Blacklist,” “Madoff," "The Mysteries of Laura,” HBO's “Vinyl,” Café Society, Wolf of Wall Street, Inside Llewyn Davis, The Bourne Legacy, I Don’t Know How She Does It,  "Boardwalk Empire," “The Good Wife,” "Law & Order: SVU/CI.”  Regionally he has performed in Shakespeare, Chekhov, Feydeau, Odets, Guare, Stoppard, Coward and numerous musicals in over 35 theaters across the country.  He is a proud graduate of Northwestern University and the BMI workshop with composer Joy Son (Harrington Award).

 

 

KAREN ZIEMBA  
Bea

Karen received the Tony Award, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Award for her performance in Contact at Lincoln Center Theater. She’s appeared on T.V. in “Madam Secretary,” “The Good Wife,” and many episodes of “Law and Order S.V.U.” and “Criminal Intent.” Some of her theatre credits include Sylvia (Long Wharf), Heresy, Steel Magnolias, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Broadway Bound, Much Ado About Nothing, Six Degrees of Separation, Bullets Over Broadway, Curtains, Never Gonna Dance, Chicago, Crazy for You, Steel Pier, 110 in the Shade, The Most Happy Fella, And The World Goes ‘Round, Sweeney Todd, A Little Night Music, and Gypsy.