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Will Lyman*

Will Lyman*

Will Lyman*

Will has, for the last several years, worked almost exclusively in the Boston theater community and has been consistently well-received by critics and audiences alike. Most recently, he concluded a sold-out run as nuclear physicist Otto Hahn in the Nora Theatre’s Norton-nominated production of Operation Epsilon at the Central Square Theater in Cambridge. Other Boston credits include: Huntington (All My Sons), New Rep (Long Day’s Journey into Night, Exits and Entrances, Clean House, Ice Breaker,) Speakeasy (The Dying Gaul), Wheelock (To Kill a Mockingbird), Boston Playwrights’ Theatre (The Wrestling Patient in collaboration with Speakeasy, King of the Jews, A Girl’s War,) and the Nora (Equus). He has narrated with the National Symphony (Ivan the Terrible,) and acted in conjunction with the Cleveland Symphony (Every Good Boy Deserves Favor) and the Handel and Haydn Society (Medea.) He is a recipient of both Norton and Irne Awards and was honored with the Howard Keel Award for service to the Screen Actors Guild. Episodic television: Crossbow, Hull High, Threat Matrix, and Commander in Chief. Movies for television: Meltdown, Our Fathers, Three Sovereigns for Sarah, and George Washington. Film: A Perfect Murder, The Siege, Welcome to the Dollhouse, Mystic River, the narrator in Little Children, What Doesn’t Kill You. For the past 29 years, Will has been the narrator for the critically acclaimed series Frontline on PBS. On a more whimsical note, he also voices the long-running “Most Interesting Man in the World” ads.
Israeli Stage: Seinfeld in Ulysses on Bottles, God in Oh, God, Ernst Freud in Dearest Sigmund and Carl and The Lawyer in Price Tag

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