Lewis D. Wheeler
Lewis D. Wheeler* (Paul Cook) – Lewis has performed at CST in The Nora Theatre Company’s Emilie, La Marquise du Chatelet Defends her Life Tonight and Underground Railway Theater’s The Life of Galileo. This summer he appears in Israel Horovitz’s Gloucester Blue at Gloucester Stage. Regional credits include No Man’s Land – IRNE Nomination, Best Supporting Actor (American Repertory Theatre); Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Pattern of Life, Muckrakers (New Rep); Chosen Child – IRNE Nomination, Best Supporting Actor (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre); Doubt, An Ideal Husband (Gloucester Stage); The Importance of Being Earnest, A Number, The Glass Menagerie (Lyric Stage); Arcadia – IRNE Nomination Best Actor and Troilus and Cressida (Publick Theatre); No Exit (Payomet); Hamlet and Macbeth (Shakespeare Now); Bald Soprano, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, What the Butler Saw, and five seasons with Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre (WHAT); also American Stage (Florida), Commonwealth Shakespeare, Huntington Theatre, Wellesley Summer Theatre, Stoneham Theatre, Vineyard Playhouse, Wheelock Family Theatre, TCAN Natick. He was a founding member of Harbor Stage in Wellfleet, where he performed in The Seagull and Hedda Gabler and directed David Rabe’s Sticks and Bones. Film/TV credits include The Company Men, Pink Panther 2, Louisa May Alcott (PBS), Brotherhood, pilots Hatfields & McCoys, Gilded Lilys, and the upcoming Kenneth Lonergan film Manchester-by-the-Sea and Whitey Bulger saga Black Mass. Lewis earned his BA in Theatre and Film Studies at Cornell University and his MFA from the American Film Institute. Proud member of Actors’ Equity since 2004.