Tim Daly returns to Vermont
The Dorset Theatre Festival has announced that Tim Daly will be playing the role of Charlie in the regional premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s “The Scene” June 19-July 7.
“We are honored to have someone of Tim’s stature working with us this season, particularly in this exciting play by our resident playwright, Theresa Rebeck,” Dina Janis, Dorset’s artistic director, said.
“Many folks may not know that Tim has Vermont roots, having attended both the Putney School and Bennington College while growing up. It is great to be able to welcome him back.”
Daly is best known for his television role as Joe Hackett on the NBC sitcom “Wings.” He received an Emmy Award nomination for his work on “The Sopranos” (HBO). Daly can be seen currently in his starring role as Peter Wilder in the series “Private Practice” on ABC.
Daly is also known for his extensive career on the stage, highlights of which include appearing on Broadway in “Coastal Disturbances” (Theatre World Award), “The Caine Mutiny Court Martial” (Broadway), “Oliver, Oliver” (Manhattan Theatre Club) and Fables for Friends (Playwrights Horizons) among many others. Regionally he has appeared extensively at the Williamstown and Berkshire Theatre Festivals.
In film, Daly’s breakthrough as an up-and-coming actor was playing the role of Billy Howard in the classic film “Diner,” directed by Barry Levinson. His film acting credits include “Low Down,” “Ray of Light,” “The Object of My Affection” and “The Associate.”