Seth Numrich is an American stage and screen actor who studied drama at prestigious Juilliard School in New York.
He made his Broadway debut as Lorenzo in The Merchant of Venice and went on to star as Albert in War Horse (2011) at the Lincoln Centre Theatre. The following year Seth portrayed the conflicted Joe Bonaparte in Clifford Odet’s drama Golden Boy (2012) at Belasco Theatre which received eight 2013 Tony Award nominations, while Seth was also nominated for a Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance in the production. Seth has also performed in a number of off-Broadway and regional productions including The History Boys, Measure for Measure and Yosemite.
Seth’s screen credits include a recurring role in black comedy Gravity (2010), and a guest spot on political drama The Good Wife (2012). On the big screen Seth is best known for his dual role as Sam Singleton and Romeo in the 2011 Shakespeare inspired Private Romeo (2011).