Mark Bramhall

Biography

Mark Bramhall began his career in 1966, in the original company of San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre, and has since starred Off-Broadway, regionally and at many Southern California venues: Mark Taper Forum (Ovation Award, Waiting For Godot), Odyssey Theatre (LA Weekly Award, Tartuffe), La Jolla Playhouse (Time Magazine, top ten, 1990, Twelfth Night), 24th St Theatre (Ovation nomination, Best Actor, Walking the Tightrope), Kirk Douglas Theatre, North Coast Rep, Antaeus, Actors Co-op, Pico Playhouse, Sacred Fools, Boston Court, Colony Theater, Pacific Resident Theatre, Theatricum Botanicum and, as a Resident Artist at A Noise Within, garnering Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, Ovation, Garland, Dramalogue and Robby honors in 34 productions. Film and Television: Vice (2018), Annabelle: Creation (2017), Vanilla Sky (2001), Star Trek (2009), Colony (2016), Weeds (2005), Nip/Tuck (2003), Alias (2001), etc. He has narrated some 400 audio books to date, winning numerous awards, including the American Library Association's 2016 Odyssey Award and three "Audie" Awards. He is a graduate of Harvard University, and trained as a Fulbright Scholar at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. More at: markbramhall.com

Filmography

Movie Name Release Date
Annabelle: Creation August 11, 2017