Charles Tuthill made his living as an actor for fifteen years playing leading roles in plays by Coward, Friel, Greenberg, Kaufman, Rudnick, Shakespeare, Stoppard, and Euripides at theaters across the country including Manhattan Theater Club, Lincoln Center, Circle Rep, Theater for a New Audience and the WPA. For the last ten years, in addition to Syracuse, he has served on the faculties of the Actors Center Conservatory, The Atlantic Acting School, SUNY Purchase, and Princeton University. He has directed regionally, at NYU, the Atlantic, and assisted on Terrance Rattigan’s Man and Boy starring David Suchet in London’s West End. Additionally, he has taught acting workshops in Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Moscow, London, and New Delhi. Recently named New York’s Best Acting Coach by Backstage Newspaper, he has coached many actors for Broadway, Off Broadway, film, and television. Recent teaching credits include Lizzie Olsen (Martha, Marcy, May, Marlene) and the upcoming Romeo and Juliet at CSC, Megan Ketch on Bluebloods and the Good Wife, Chuk Iwuji and Shirley Rumirek on Manhattan Murder Mystery, and Bryan Greenberg on How to Make It in America. Other students are appearing on: The Newsroom, White Collar, Hawaii 5-0, 666 Park Ave, Boardwalk Empire, Nurse Jackie, Royal Pains, and Smash. For further information please visit www.charlestuthill.com.