JOSH CLARKJOSH CLARK is making his Colony debut as Father Murphy in The Savannah Disputation.

Most recently in Los Angeles he played the owner of The Shy Gazelle, the bar at the center of Noel Coward's Peace In Our Time, in the acclaimed production at the Antaeus Theatre Company. Broadway: Execution of Justice, the March Hare in Eva Le Gallienne's production of Alice in Wonderland, and The Man Who Came To Dinner at the Circle in the Square.

Off Broadway: Three US premieres at the Manhattan Theatre Club, including The Rear Column by Simon Gray. The New York premiere of Mr. Gray's Molly at the Hudson Guild, The Browning Version at the Roundabout, The Old Glory at American Place Theatre. Regional: iWitness at The Mark Taper Forum, where he also stood by for Martin Sheen in The Subject Was Roses. Various plays at the Long Wharf Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Seattle Rep, Walnut Street Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Biloxi Blues and Of Mice and Men at The Pasadena Playhouse, among others.

As an Antaeus company member, Josh has also performed in Mother Courage, Tonight at 8:30, and The Autumn Garden. Film: Faster, Big, Ragtime, Little Nikita, Inherit the Wind, Kent State, George Washington (mini-series).

Recent TV: Hallelujah, Desperate Housewives, Law and Order Los Angeles, Pretty Little Liars (recurring), Supah Ninjas, All My Children (recurring), Lincoln Heights, Heroes (recurring), Dirt, Women's Murder Club, Criminal Minds, Numb3rs, 24, and among past favorites are his eight episodes as Lt. Cary in Star Trek Voyager.

May, 2012