Tom Irwin, a member of the Steppenwolf ensemble since 1979, won a Joseph Jefferson Award for his haunting performance as Tom in Steppenwolf's The Glass Menagerie. Acting highlights with Steppenwolf include The Grapes of Wrath (La Jolla & The Royal National Theatre London), Balm in Gilead (off-Broadway), My Thing of Love (Broadway), The Homecoming, Three Sisters, Hedda Gabler, Aunt Dan and Lemon, A Parallelogram and The Seafarer.. Tom played Graham Chase in the critically acclaimed ABC drama My So-Called Life. Broadway credits include Fiction and in the West End in Up for Grabs with Madonna and Pyrenees (Kirk Douglas Theatre, Los Angeles). Irwin has been on the faculty of The Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University and Columbia College in Chicago. He is a class instructor at Steppenwolf Theater West School of Drama in Los Angeles, California.
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Credits & Awards
21 Grams; Midnight Run; Mr. Jones; Deceived; Light of Day; In Quiet Night; The Haunting; Men Don't Leave.
Off-Broadway: New England; Williamstown Theatre Festival: Misha's Party; Northlight Theatre: The Glass Menagerie Wyndham's Theatre, London: Up for Grabs
New Stage: Night Mother; Long Days Journey Into Night; Free Shakespeare: Richard II; Illinois Shakespeare: King Lear.
Related; Reunion; Ghost Whisperer; Snow White (Hallmark); My So Called Life (ABC); My Life and Times (ABC); No Greater Love (CBS); When Husbands Cheat (W Network); The Girl Next Door; A Step Toward Tomorrow (CBS); Sandy Bottom Orchestra (Showtime); Fatal Exposure (Court TV); Holiday Affair; All Together Now; My Very Best Friend; Innocent Victims; Country Estates; To My Daughter; In the Best Interest of the Child.
Joseph Jefferson Award (The Glass Menagerie).