Keith Kupferer (Gary) Steppenwolf Theatre Company credits include Good People, Middletown, South of Settling, Of Mice & Men, Carter’s Way, Men of Tortuga, Things Being What They Are, Jesus Hopped The A Train and Tavern Story. Other recent theater credits include God of Carnage, High Holidays, Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play, The Old Neighborhood (Goodman Theatre); Appropriate (Victory Gardens Theater); Gypsy (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Execution of Justice (About Face Theatre); Cat Feet, The Old Neighborhood (Northlight Theatre); Desire Under The Elms (Philadelphia Freedom Theatre and Court Theatre); and the long running hit, Shear Madness. Keith is a founding member of Rivendell Theatre Ensemble where he has performed in nine productions since 1996 and was most recently seen in their world premiere production of American Wee-Pie. Other Chicago credits include The Unseen, The Meek, Canus Lunis Balloonis (nominated for a 1998 Jeff Award for Best Ensemble) The Physicists (A Red Orchid Theatre); Big Lake, Big City, Trust and Hillbilly Antigone (Lookingglass Theatre Company). Film credits include The Dilemma, The Dark Knight, Public Enemies, The Express, Stranger Than Fiction, Road to Perdition, Fred Klaus, The Last Rights of Joe May and The Merry Gentleman. Television credits include Betrayal, Crisis, Chicago Fire, Detroit 187, The Beast, Prison Break, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment and Early Edition.