Andrew Ramcharan Guilarte is pleased to be making his Syracuse Stage debut. He last appeared in Kansas City Rep’s production of The Invisible Hand playing Bashir. In New York City he was last seen in the world premiere, Off-Broadway production of A Class Act at New World Stages. He also recently starred in a Web-series called The Cosbros, currently in post-production. He appeared in the critically acclaimed production of Disgraced as Amir (Alliance Theatre, Atlanta), Twelfth Night, Malvolio (Connecticut Repertory Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Oberon/Theseus (Masterworks Theatre Company); he was in David Auburn’s Fifth Planet from the Sun at Lincoln Center’s Clark Studio Theater, and he was the King of Siam in Marriott Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of The King and I in Lincolnshire, Chicago. Other NY/Off-Broadway credits: 2G’s world premiere of Galois the Musical (The Ice Factory/The New Ohio Theater); Macbeth (Lincoln Center/Clark Studio Theater); NAATCO’S Obie Award-winning production of Awake and Sing; Immaculate at La MaMa; Bunty Berman Presents (The New Group, world premiere); The Play Company’s Obie Award-winning Invasion (Soho Rep/The Flea); Marat/Sade (Classical Theatre of Harlem); The Winter’s Tale with David Strathairn (Classic Stage Company); Jackson Heights Trilogy (Theatre 167); Bumburg: The Musical (NYIT nominee for Best Production of a Musical); Desipina’s Lonely Leela; Pulitzer Prize-finalist Rajiv Joseph’s The Leopard and the Fox (NYIT nominee for Best Ensemble); Pulitzer Prize-finalist Rolin Jones’ world premiere of The Jammer (NY Fringe); and Kingdom of Lost Songs (Lincoln Center Director’s Lab). Andrew also performed regionally in two of the three plays in the world premiere of the trilogy Displaced Hindu Gods (Mixed Blood Theatre), and The Consequences (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, world premiere). TV/FILM: Elementary, Madame Secretary, Jessica Jones, Person of Interest, Nurse Jackie, Law and Order: SVU, Turks, Early Edition, The Workplace, When Kiran Met Karen, and How It Probably Went Down: Gandhi. Education: M.F.A. Yale School of Drama; B.F.A. The Theatre School at DePaul University.