A New York City based Actor, Writer, Improviser and "Guy Friday," Stuart has spent several years honing his craft with some really wonderful teachers including Wynn Handman, Alec Baldwin, Mercedes Ruehl, Reed Birney and Austin Pendleton.
As a performer he has worked with folks like Rufus Wainwright, Neil LaBute and Judith Malina as well as at institutions such as the Guggenheim and the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Besides catching him on stage, you can also spot him in films and occasionally on Saturday Night Live.
"Stuart Green is a brave and adventuresome actor with a fierce spirit and an open heart. He is a pleasure in a rehearsal room and a joy to watch." - Reed Birney (Actor, TONY, OBIE & Drama Desk Award Winner)
"Unstoppable and almost fearless but not foolhardy, Stuart invests himself completely in the character and process. A pleasure and a treasure." - Alan Myerson (Director, Second City, Founder, The Committee)
"Stuart is funny, warm, generous and jumps in without hesitation. He is curious and personable. A lovely presence to have in the room." - Nancy Gabor (Director / Acting teacher, La Mama, The Open Theatre)
"Stuart is a great guy, a team player, and a generous human being. He's the kind of guy you want on your team if you want to win, as his rising tide lifts all boats around him." - Tim Errickson (Artistic Director, Boomerang Theatre)
"Stuart... is THE go-to actor for bold and quirky humor, big fun, liberating spontaneity but also for nuanced, well-honed sensitivity. No challenge proves too great and no genre falls outside of his ever growing repertoire. On top of that, he is a dream of a collaborator - the kind of artist who inspires all elements to come together." - Rosalie Purvis (Director / Acting Professor)
"Working with Stuart while developing a new play was a blast. Great energy, great ideas, and a commitment to collaboration. You can't ask for more than that in an actor." - Chris Phillips (Playwright)
"Our Kiki" - NY Int'l Fringe Festival Reviews:
"Stuart Green as George is the master of transition morphing his character like a chameleon, always staying on top of the action." - Theatre Reviews Limited
"The character George (the immigration officer played by Stuart Green)... skilled and up to the task." - Queer New York Blog