GEORGE TYNAN CROWLEY is an award-winning actor/playwright/director and a proud friend and supporter of filmmaker Gretl Claggett.
New York theatre acting credits include Nikolai and the Others at Lincoln Center, his one-man Old Man and the Sea for Wynn Handman’s American Place Theatre, Sounding at HERE Arts Center and Prospero in Harlem Shakespeare Theatre’s Tempest. He’s performed at many regional theatres, including the Asolo, the Studio Theatre in DC, Florida Studio Theatre and Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater, where he played Oscar Wilde in the East Coast premiere of Tom Stoppard’s The Invention of Love. HIs work in Esther Bell’s films Exist and Godass was seen on the Sundance Channel. His play Cleopatra Backstage is currently being produced as a film.
George holds an MFA in Directing from the Yale School of Drama.