G. Valmont Thomas has previously appeared at Syracuse Stage in Radio Golf (Roosevelt) and Two Trains Running (Memphis, dir. Tim Bond). G. Valmont also performed at: Geva Theatre in Radio Golf (Roosevelt), West Of Lenin in Master Harold… and the boys (Sam, dir. M. Burke Walker), Huntington Theatre Company in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Cutler, dir. Liesl Tommy), the Seattle Repertory Theatre in The Cherry Orchard (Yasha, dir. Dan Sullivan), and The Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) in Seven Guitars (Red Carter, dir. Kenny Leon). In the acting company of OSF for 13 seasons, credits include Blue in Party People, Macbeth in Macbeth, Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Feste in Twelfth Night, Lincoln in TopDog/UnderDog, and Solly in Gem of The Ocean. Film and television credits: Child in the Night, Singles, and I Love You to Death. G. Valmont served on the faculty of The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film at The University of Nebraska-Lincoln.