Sean Fortunato


Players credits include:  Sunday in the Park with George (George), Chicago (Billy Flynn), The Nerd (title role), The Importance of Being Earnest (Algernon), A Little Night Music (Carl-Magnus), A Day in Hollywood… (“Groucho”), Doubt (Father Flynn), Cabaret (Emcee).  Off-Broadway: Rose Rage at The Duke on 42nd.  Regional:  M. Butterfly (Gallimard) at Court Theatre; Hedda Gabler (Tesman), The Real Thing (Henry), Travels With My Aunt (Aunt Augusta), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Rosencrantz) at Writers Theatre; Measure for Measure at Goodman Theatre; more than 20 productions at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; and work at Marriott, Timeline, Drury Lane, Northlight, Theatre at the Center, Remy Bumppo, About Face, and Old Globe, CA.  Film:  The Merry Gentleman (Ted) directed by Michael Keaton.  Sean has received four Jeff Award nominations and an After Dark Award.  He is married to company member Linda Fortunato.  Next:  Pericles at Chicago Shakespeare Theater and The Diary of Anne Frank at Writers’ Theatre.

2014 Roles: Anthony Marston in And Then There Were NoneLady Enid in The Mystery of Irma Vep; Lt. Kelly in Butler

2013 Roles: Red in Saloon; George in Sunday in the Park with George

2012 Roles: Rick Steadman in The Nerd;  Billy Flynn in Chicago

2011 Roles: Thomas in Making God Laugh; Algernon Moncrieff in The Importance of Being Earnest; Cpl. Jeffrey Owen Howard in A Few Good Men

2010 Roles: Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm in A Little Night Music; Adam Trainsmith in Comic Potential

2009 Roles:  Serge B. Samovar, A Moscow Lawyer in A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine; Agamemnon Buckner (Chicago) in Is He Dead?

2007 Roles: Mr. Manningham in Angel Street; Eric Sheridan in Unnecessary Farce; Orin in Little Shop of Horrors; Father Flynn in Doubt

2006 Roles: Emcee in Cabaret

2004 Roles: Eugene in Broadway Bound; Mishkin in Fools; Charles Dupont in Souffle Surprise

2002 Roles: Eddie McCuen in Musical Comedy Murders of 1940; Joe Farkas in The Last Night of Ballyhoo