Seth Numrich, Star of AMC’s Turn and War Horse, on Making the Leap from Broadway to London, and TV

The Compass Podcast   Seth Numrich, Star of AMC’s Turn and War Horse, on Making the Leap from Broadway to London, and TV
 
Created by Leah Walsh, the podcast shares the personal stores of artists navigating the waters between art and commerce.
Seth Numrich
Seth Numrich Joseph Marzullo/WENN

The latest episode of the artists’ podcast The Compass welcomes stage and screen actor Seth Numrich. At age 15, Numrich was the youngest actor to be accepted into the Drama Division of the Juilliard School. Known for his work on Broadway in War Horse, The Merchant of Venice and the 2012 revival of Golden Boy, Numrich has enjoyed success on the London stage (in a West End revival of Sweet Bird of Youth opposite Kim Cattrall) and on screen in Turn: Washington’s Spies; Homeland; The Good Wife; Imperium; Macbeth Unhinged; and Gravity.

Actor Leah Walsh is the host and creator of the podcast dedicated to the stories of working actors, writers, directors, designers, dancers, musicians, composers, and playwrights.

In this week’s episode, Numrich shares his thoughts on arts activism, working abroad as an American actor, the effects of commerce on the modern theatre, and being raised in a creative family.

The Compass can be downloaded for free on iTunes.

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