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Christopher McCann (born September 29, 1952) is an American theater, film and television actor. He was nominated for a Drama Desk Award and won an Obie Award for his performance in the 1993 play The Lights, written by Howard Korder.
McCann attended St. Francis Preparatory School in New York during high school, and then went on to attend New York University for drama. He has starred in several Broadway and Off-Broadway roles including the original Vince in Sam Shepard's Buried Child, Mihai in Mad Forest produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club Stage, Richard III at Theater at St. Clement's Church, and Dr. Miklos Nyiszli in The Grey Zone at the MCC Theater. In 1994, McCann was nominated for a Drama Desk Award and won an Obie Award for his performance in The Lights at Lincoln Center Theater.
He currently teaches in the Professional Actor Training Program at SUNY Purchase's Conservatory for Theatre Arts.
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- Christopher McCann at the Internet Broadway Database
- Christopher McCann at Internet Off-Broadway Database
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