Mark H. Dold has numerous BSC credits spanning nine seasons including Breaking the Code, Much Ado, Cyrano, The Importance of Being Earnest, Black Comedy, Private Lives, His Girl Friday, and Shining City, as well as creating and playing the role of C.S. Lewis in Mark St. Germain’s Freud’s Last Session. Mark continued this role and appeared in Freud in Chicago and Off-Broadway for two years. In 2011 Freud won the Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best New Play. Other credits: Broadway: Absurd Person Singular. Off-Broadway: Shockheaded Peter, The Little Shubert; NY Shakespeare Festival; Classic Stage Company; Manhattan Theatre Club; TFNA; WPA; INTAR. Regional Highlights: this seasons’ Betrayal at The Huntington Theatre; Mark Taper Forum; The Old Globe (San Diego Critics Circle Award); Chicago Shakespeare Theatre; Shakespeare Theatre of DC; Long Wharf (Connecticut Critics Circle Award); Trinity Rep; Yale Rep. FILM: 3 Windows, Say You’ll Be Mine, Junior Creative, Charlie’s Party. TV: Ironside (NBC pilot), Suits, 6 years on All My Children, Gossip Girl, Third Watch, Conviction, Brother Outsider (PBS), Law + Order (original, SVU + Criminal Intent), The Progressives (miniseries), Novel Reflections (pilot). Mark studied at Boston University and The Yale School of Drama.