K. Todd Freeman
K. Todd Freeman has been a Steppenwolf ensemble member since 1993. At Steppenwolf, he has appeared in Airline Highway (Broadway: Drama Desk Award and Tony Nomination), The Brother/Sister Plays, The Tempest, Art, Topdog/Underdog, A Clockwork Orange, We All Went Down to Amsterdam, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (also Broadway) and The Song of Jacob Zulu (Broadway; Tony Nomination) and has directed The Christians, Good People (Jeff Award for Best Production starring the wonderful Mariann Mayberry) and Master Harold. . .and the Boys for Steppenwolf for Young Adults. Off-Broadway credits include Fetch Clay Make Man (NYTW: Obie Award); Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures, Spunk (The Public Theatre); and Uncle Tom’s Cabin (Drama Department). Regional credits include Miss Evers’ Boys, Angels in America (Mark Taper Forum). Television and film credits include the upcoming Netflix exclusive A Series of Unfortunate Events, Blindspot, The OA, Anesthesia, Weightless, Believe, Law and Order: SVU, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, NYPD Blue, A Different World, A Gifted Man, The Dark Knight, The Cider House Rules, Gross Pointe Blank and for a very brief moment in Pirates of the Caribbean 5.
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Credits & Awards
FilmThe Dark Knight; The Cider House Rules; Grosse Pointe Blank; The End of Violence; Grand Canyon; House Arrest; Eraser.
TheatreOff-Broadway: Uncle Tom's Cabin; Freefall; Ubu; West Memphis Mojo; Mark Taper Forum: Miss Evers' Boys; Angels in America. Alley Theatre: 2001-2002 season Touring cast and Chicago production of Wicked
TelevisionGhostwriter (PBS); NYPD Blue (ABC); Buffy the Vampire Slayer (WB); Sisters (NBC); A Different World (NBC); The Killing Mind.
AwardsTony Award and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations (The Song of Jacob Zulu).
- The Christians
- "MASTER HAROLD"...and the boys
- Airline Highway
- A Clockwork Orange
- Carter's Way
- Cross-Town Traffic
- Dream Chicago
- Good People
- In the Red and Brown Water
- One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
- The Brother/Sister Plays
- The Fifth of July (at St. Nicholas Theatre)
- The Brothers Size / Marcus; Or the Secret of Sweet
- The March
- The Song of Jacob Zulu
- The Tempest
- We All Went Down To Amsterdam
- Will the Circle Be Unbroken?