Tony Braithwaite

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TONY BRAITHWAITE is a Philadelphia-area native, who returned to the East Coast after an acting stint in L.A. and he has led ACT II Playhouse as Artistic Director since 2012. Tony has worked as an actor, writer, director, or comic with every major theatre company in the region, including 1812 Productions, Arden Theatre Company, Delaware Theatre Company, Montgomery Theater, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Philadelphia Theatre Company and The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Since 2003, he has appeared in, written or directed many of the Playhouse’s most successful productions, including My Fair Lady, Art, Say Goodnight Gracie, Heeere’s Tony!, First Impressions, Look Mom, I’m Swell!, Didn’t Your Father Have This Talk With You?, Electile Dysfunction, Driving Miss Daisy, Forbidden Broadway, and multiple Neil Simon plays. Tony is a 13-time Barrymore Award nominee, a four-time emcee of the ceremony, and a three-time winner (two wins for performances at Act II – The Big Bang and The Story of My Life). Since 1995 Tony has also been the Director of Dramatics at his beloved alma mater, St. Joseph’s Preparatory School (aka the “Prep”).