Lynda Gravátt

Lynda Gravátt returns to the Huntington where she appeared in The Young Man From Atlanta. Broadway credits include Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Doubt, King Hedley II, and 45 Seconds from Broadway. Off Broadway credits include Zooman and the SignKing Hedley IIThe Little FoxesIntimate Apparel, Dividing the Estate, and The Old Settler. Regional highlights include Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (Arena Stage), A Raisin in the Sun (Westport Country Playhouse and Hartford Stage, Connecticut Critics Award), August Wilson’s Century Cycle (The Kennedy Center), Crowns (Arena Stage, Helen Hayes Award), Polk County (Berkeley Repertory Theatre and McCarter Theatre), and Miss Witherspoon (McCarter Theatre). She has directed award-winning productions of HairThe Wiz, and Dreamgirls at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Film and television credits include Delivery Man, Bounty Hunter, I Hate Valentine’s Day, Unanswered Questions, “Person of Interest,” “30 Rock,” “Elementary,” “The Good Wife,” “Sex and the City,” “Hoop Life,” and all of the “Law & Orders.”; She is the recipient of a Theatre World Award and three Audelco Awards. Ms. Grávatt is a proud graduate of Howard University.

 

(As of August 2014)