Brooks Ashmanskas

Brooks Ashmanskas previously appeared at the Huntington in God of Carnage, She Loves Me, Present Laughter (IRNE Award), and Amphitryon. He appeared on Broadway in Promises, Promises; Present Laughter; The Ritz; Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me (Tony Award nomination); The Producers; Gypsy; Little Me; Dream; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying; and On the Twentieth Century. His Off Broadway credits include Wise Guys, Labor Day, Songs for a New World, London Suite, It Changes Every Year, and The Holy Terror. His regional credits include Burn This (Mark Taper Forum), She Stoops to Conquer (McCarter Theatre), Rich and Famous (American Conservatory Theater), Bye Bye Birdie (The Kennedy Center), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Rough Crossing and The Comedy of Errors (Hartford Stage), Animal Crackers (Arena Stage), and On a Clear Day (City Center). His film and television credits include Julie and Julia, Little Children, "The Miraculous Year," and "All My Children." Mr. Ashmanskas received his BA in drama from Bennington College.