T'ai Hartley

Height
6'1"
Hair
Brown
Eyes
Hazel
Voice
Baritenor
2020 MFA Professional Actor T'ai Hartley

LAMDA Productions

Franz Lafayette
Appropriate
Directed by Gretchen Egolf

Polonius / Priest
Hamlet
Directed by Tatty Hennessy

Vershinin
Three Sisters
Directed by Caroline Leslie

Seamus
Baby Boom
Directed by Chris Bush & Kate Wasserberg

Belvile
The Rover
Directed by Amy Cudden

Bosola
The Duchess of Malfi
Directed by James Kerr

Paul
Damascus
Directed by Penny Cherns  

Professional Theatre, TV, Film & Radio

Cassio
Othello
Directed by George Mount (Seattle Shakespeare Co)  

Man
The Man and Mel (Short Film)
Directed by Seejon Thomas (Zero4 Productions)

Aiden
Papa Was A Rodeo
Directed by Stewart J. Zully (Pasadena Playhouse) 

Adam
Followed (Short Film)
Directed by Nikil Nagaraj

Sean
Friends in The City (Pilot)
Directed by Cashalà L'Shauntyelle

One Eyed Ben  
One Eyed Ben (Short Film)
Directed by Seejon Thomas (Zero4 Productions)

Ensemble Member  
Peter Pan
Directed by Gregg Gilmore (UMO Ensemble) 

Other Experience

Various
American Family
Andy Paris (Edinburgh 2011) 

Hamlet
Hamlet
Directed by Stephen Wangh (Naropa University) 

Macbeth
Macbeth
Directed by Veronica Santoyo (Naropa University) 

Orsino
Twelfth Night
Directed by Tracy Peterson (Shakespeare Northwest)

Siddhartha  
The Siddhartha Project
Directed by Wendell Beavers (Naropa University)

Sebastian
Raised in Captivity
Directed by Abe Manion (Let Live Theatre)

Eligibility

Eligible to work in the US

General American [Native], RP, New York, Southern American United States  

Historical Dance, Ballroom

BGSC Level Three, [Advanced] Group Medieval Fight, Longsword [Distinction]
BGSC Level Three [Advanced] Staff [Merit]

Running, Rowing, Yoga, Snowboarding, Swimming

Full Clean Driving Licence 

LAMDA (MFA Professional Acting, 2018-2020) 
Naropa University (MFA Contemporary Performance, 2011-2013) 
Western Washington University (BA Theatre Arts 2004-2008) 
Filmmakers Award for Outstanding Performance for The Man and Mel (Film Invasion L.A., 2019) 
Irene Ryan Nomination for The Importance of Being Earnest (WWU, KCACTF)