Finn Wittrock

Born in Lenox, Massachusetts, Finn Wittrock grew up near the stage of Shakespeare and Company, where his father, Peter Wittrock, was an actor and voice teacher. He made his Broadway debut as Happy in Death of a Salesman, directed by Mike Nichols. Recently he has also appeared at the Goodman Theatre opposite Diane Lane in Tennessee Williams Sweet Bird of Youth, directed by David Cromer, and alongside Sarah Wayne Callies in The Guardsman, directed by Gregory Mosher at The Kennedy Center. Off-Broadway he starred in Tony Kushner's The Illusion at the Signature Theatre. Shortly after graduating from Juilliard, he played Romeo at the Shakespeare Theatre In DC, and Marchbanks in Bernard Shaw's Candida at the Berkshire Theatre Festival. His 2014 films included Winter's Tale (2014), Noah (2014), and Unbroken (2014). On television, he appeared in _Masters of Sex_ on Showtime as well as The Normal Heart (2014) on HBO. Wittrock originated the role of Damon on _All My Children__, and has made appearances on shows such as Criminal Minds, Harry's Law, CSI: Miami, Cold Case, and ER. He attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. He is a member of The Mechanicals Theatre Group in Los Angeles, where he has also directed. His screenplay The Submarine Kid (2015), which he wrote with lifelong friend Eric Bilitch, has been turned into a film.

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Cast Credits

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (2015)
Guest starring as Himself
Deadbeat (2014)
Guest starring as Max
Masters of Sex (2013)
Guest starring as Dale (4 episodes)
American Horror Story (2011)
Starring as Dandy Mott (13 episodes)
Guest starring as Tristan Duffy (6 episodes)
Guest starring as Rudolph Valentino (3 episodes)
Guest starring as Jether Polk (2 episodes)
Criminal Minds (2005)
Guest starring as Harvey Morell
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999)
Guest starring as Cameron Tyler
All My Children (1970)
Starring as Damon Miller (38 episodes)
Guest starring as Damon Miller (7 episodes)