Adam Chanler-Berat

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Adam Chanler-Berat
Adam Chanler-Berat (Sunday in the Park with George).jpg
Chanler-Berat in a publicity still for the Huntington Theatre Company's production of Sunday in the Park with George
Born (1986-12-31) December 31, 1986 (age 31)
West Nyack, Rockland County, New York
Nationality American
Alma mater Marymount Manhattan College
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 2006–present

Adam Brian Chanler-Berat (born December 31, 1986) is an American stage and film actor. He is best known for his work on Broadway, originating the roles of Henry in Next to Normal, Boy in Peter and the Starcatcher, and Nino in Amélie.

Early life[edit]

Chanler-Berat was born in West Nyack, Rockland County, New York, the son of Shelley Chanler and Bert Berat.[1] He attended Clarkstown High School South (2001–05) and Marymount Manhattan College.[2]

Career[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Chanler-Berat made his Off-Broadway debut in the 2008 musical Next to Normal (originally stylized as next to normal), which later transferred to Broadway in 2009. Chanler-Berat stayed with the show from its original production at Second Stage Theatre to its closing night on Broadway exactly three years later, being the only cast member to have done so.[3]

Following Next to Normal's closing, Chanler-Berat was cast in the role of Boy (Peter) in the Off-Broadway play Peter and the Starcatcher, based on the book of the same name. The show transferred to Broadway in early 2012, and Chanler-Berat remained with the production until its closing during the January of the next year.

After Peter and the Starcatcher, Chanler-Berat participated in a number of Regional and Off-Broadway productions, including The Fortress of Solitude as Dylan Ebdus, Sunday in the Park with George as Georges Seurat, and Amélie as Nino, the latter of which transferred to Broadway in 2017.[4]

Film and television[edit]

In addition to his theatre work, Chanler-Berat has appeared in a number of supporting roles in television and film, beginning with an episode of Law and Order in 2006. Possibly his most notable on screen role is that of Viggo in Delivery Man, a 2013 movie starring Vince Vaughn.[5]

Credits[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Year Production Role Category Theater Notes
2008 Next to Normal Henry Off-Broadway Second Stage Theatre January 16, 2008 - March 16, 2008
2008-09 Regional Arena Stage November 21, 2008 - January 18, 2009
2009-11 Broadway Booth Theatre March 27, 2009 - January 16, 2011
2011 Peter and the Starcatcher Boy (Peter) Off-Broadway New York Theatre Workshop February 18, 2011 - April 24, 2011
2011-12 Rent Mark Cohen Off-Broadway New World Stages July 14, 2011 - January 2012
2012-13 Peter and the Starcatcher Boy (Peter) Broadway Brooks Atkinson Theatre March 28, 2012 - January 20, 2013
2014 The Fortress of Solitude Dylan Ebdus Regional Dallas Theater Center March 7, 2014 - April 6, 2014
Off-Broadway The Public Theater September 30, 2014 - November 16, 2014
2015 Amélie Nino Regional Berkeley Repertory Theatre August 29, 2015 - October 18, 2015
2016 Sunday in the Park with George George Regional Huntington Theatre September 9, 2016 - October 16, 2016
2016-17 Amélie Nino Regional Ahmanson Theatre December 4, 2016 - January 15, 2017
2017 Broadway Walter Kerr Theatre March 9, 2017 - May 21, 2017

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Type Notes
2006 Law and Order Jason Wade TV Series Episode: "Magnet"
Bully Norton Video Game as "Adam Chandler-Berat"
2007 The Life Before Her Eyes Ryan Feature Film
2013 The Good Wife Tad Werner TV Series Episode: "Invitation to an Inquest"
Delivery Man Viggo Feature Film
2014 Veep Mark TV Series Episode: "The Choice"
2015 Elementary Brady Dietz TV Series Episode: "One Sherlock, One Holmes"
2017 Doubt Lester TV Series Episode: "Pilot"

References[edit]

  1. ^ , (4 April 2012). "Clarkstown Schools Grad Adam Chanler-Berat Back on Broadway in "Peter and the Starcatcher"". Rocklandtimes.com. Retrieved 5 December 2017. 
  2. ^ Blank, Matthew (September 14, 2010). "Playbill.com: Next to Normal's Adam Chanler-Berat". Playbill. Archived from the original on January 22, 2011. Retrieved March 15, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Talking Next to Normal with Adam Chanler-Berat - Hollywood the Write Way". Hollywood the Write Way. 2009-06-21. Retrieved 2017-06-10. 
  4. ^ "Adam Chanler-Berat Theatre Credits". Broadwayworld.com. Retrieved 2017-06-10. 
  5. ^ "Adam Chanler-Berat". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2017-06-10. 

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