Laurence Cantor

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.

www.laurencecantor.com