Laurence Cantor (Cabinet Minister, The Storm) has written for the stage and directed, but essentially he is an actor. Among more than 150 acting gigs, his favorites include, on stage:
- Goldberg in Pinter’s "The Birthday Party"
- Polonius in "Hamlet"
- The Father in Pirandello’s "Six Characters in Search of an Author"
- Roebuck Ramsden in Shaw’s "Man and Superman"
- Kolenkhov in Kaufman & Hart’s “You Can’t Take It With You”
- The Old Man in Sam Sheperd’s "Fool for Love"
- Chebutykin in Chekhov’s "Three Sisters"
Film credits include:
- Abu Ali in “Homeland”
Opera credits include:
- Opera in “SubterraNYa”
- Avram in “Warsaw”
TV and Internet video credits include:
- Frank Norton in “Pioneer One”
- The Boss in “The Lydia Show”
He’s trained at T. Schreiber Studio, HB Studio and elsewhere with Terry Schreiber, Peter Jensen, Austin Pendleton, Christopher Martin and a host of others.