Terry Kinney is a co-founder of Steppenwolf Theatre Company. His directing credits there include The Violet Hour, A Streetcar Named Desire, A Clockwork Orange, Of Mice and Men and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, which moved to Broadway and won a Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play. NYC directing credits include the world premiere of Checkers by Doug McGrath, reasons to be pretty for MCC and Broadway, After Ashley and Beautiful Child at the Vineyard Theatre, The Money Shot by Neil LaBute for MCC, and others. Upcoming projects include Sins of the Mother by Israel Horowitz, and Rear Window, adapted by Keith Reddin. Mr. Kinney’s film directing credits include the short film Kubuku Rides (This Is It) for Steppenwolf Films, and Diminished Capacity with Matthew Broderick and Alan Alda. Film appearances include Save the Last Dance, Sleepers, Fly Away Home, Last of the Mohicans, The Firm, Devil in a Blue Dress, and Turn The River . TV credits include Tim McManus in HBO’s prison drama Oz, The Black List, The Mentalist, The Unusuals, The Laramie Project, 30something, Kidnapped, George Wallace and The Good Wife with Julianna Margulies.
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Credits & Awards
The Game of Their Lives; Save the Last Dance; House of Mirth; Luminous Motion; The Young Girl and the Monsoon; Oxygen; Sleepers; Fly Away Home; The Firm; Devil in the Blue Dress; No Mercy.
Off-Broadway: The Agony and the Agony; Beautiful Child; Eyes for Consuela; Brilliant Traces.
The Laramie Project (HBO); Oz (HBO); That Championship Season (Showtime); George Wallace (TNT); Thirtysomething (ABC); The Unusuals (ABC); The Mentalist (CBS)
Tony Award nomination (The Grapes of Wrath); Drama Desk Award nomination (And a Nightingale Sang...); Joseph Jefferson Award (And a Nightingale Sang...); Cable ACE nomination (Oz).