October 19, 1982 (41)
Bryce Pinkham is an American actor and singer, known for his role in the PBS period drama “Mercy Street” and his portrayal of Monty Navarro in the Broadway musical “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.” His performance in the latter earned him nominations for a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. Pinkham is also a co-founder of Zara Aina, a not-for-profit children’s theater company in Madagascar, and a Leonore Annenberg Arts Fellow.
Pinkham’s career spans various mediums, including stage, television, and film. On Broadway, he has been recognized for his roles in “Ghost: The Musical” and “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.” His standout performance as Monty Navarro in “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” was particularly notable, with over 700 performances. In television, he played a significant role in “Mercy Street,” portraying Major Clayton McBurney III, head of the Union Army hospital. His film appearances include roles in “The Comedian” (2016), starring Robert De Niro, and Baz Luhrmann’s Netflix drama “The Get Down.” Additionally, Pinkham voices the character Stolas in the YouTube adult animated web series “Helluva Boss.”
Pinkham’s career is marked by collaborations with a variety of artists and celebrities. In “The Comedian,” he worked alongside Robert De Niro. His Broadway journey in “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” saw him share the stage with Jefferson Mays, Lisa O’Hare, and Lauren Worsham. In “Mercy Street,” he acted with Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Josh Radnor. His voice acting in “Helluva Boss” aligns him with talents like Richard Horvitz, Vivian Nixon, and Erica Lindbeck. His work in “The Heidi Chronicles” connected him with Elisabeth Moss and Jason Biggs. In “Holiday Inn,” he performed alongside Lora Lee Gayer and Megan Lawrence. His involvement in “Ghost: The Musical” saw him collaborate with Caissie Levy and Richard Fleeshman. In “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” he worked with Benjamin Walker and Maria Elena Ramirez. His role in “The Swerve” had him acting alongside Azura Skye and Ashley Bell.
Pinkham’s accolades include a Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical and a Grammy nomination for Best Musical Theater Album for his role in “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.” He was also nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award and the Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance for his role in “The Heidi Chronicles.” In 2012, he was awarded the Leonore Annenberg Fellowship.