Tuck Milligan (Alphonse Lebel/Doctor) recently participated in the first installment of August Wilson’s “American Century Cycle” playing the manager, Irvin, in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom recorded for WNYC at The Greene Space. This past summer, at the request of designer/director Tony Walton, Tuck joined the cast of Noel Coward’s Tonight at 8:30 with Blythe Danner and Simon Jones at the John Drew Theatre in East Hampton, where he also received critical acclaim as ‘Johnnypateenmike’ in The Cripple of Inishmaan this past spring. Tuck has spent most of the last three years stepping into the roles of either Sigmund Freud or C.S. Lewis in the long running Off-Broadway hit Freud’s Last Session, in New York and at the new Broad Stage in Santa Monica, CA. Mr. Milligan received the Helen Hayes Award for the seven roles he originated in the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Kentucky Cycle. Broadway: Gem of the Ocean, A Moon for the Misbegotten, The Herbal Bed, The Crucifer of Blood, and Equus. Off-Broadway: The First Breeze of Summer and Book of Days (Signature); Stuff Happens and Everybody’s Rudy (The Public); The Grey Zone (MCC). Regional: The Clean House (Geva), Saint Joan (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), Orson’s Shadow (New Rep), Of Mice and Men (Philadelphia Drama Guild), The Kentucky Cycle (Kennedy Center, Mark Taper Forum, and The Intiman), Blue Window (SCR), Big River and As You Like It (La Jolla Playhouse), and Romeo and Juliet (Seattle Rep). Film: State of Play, Kinsey, Heaven’s Prisoners, Of Mice and Men, and The Russia House. TV: Person of Interest, Boardwalk Empire, Rescue Me, The Chappelle Show, Ed, Oz, Law & Order: SVU, Law & Order: CI, and many others. Gamesters can try to guess which character Tuck is playing in GTA V (Grand Theft Auto V). Tuck Milligan is a longtime member of Dakin Matthew’s Antaeus Company in Los Angeles, and he is one of the founding core members of the Actors and Directors Collaboration in New York City.