Anton Spivack

Anton Spivack is an actor/playwright born and raised in New York. He made his stage debut at age 8 in an AIDS benefit based on the songs of Jerry Herman (as Patrick Dennis from Mame). He got his B.A. in Theatre from Simon's Rock College of Bard (now Bard College at Simon's Rock) at age 19 (like most of the other students, since Simon's Rock is known for that). He created his first full-length play from a project he started with a TAYPE (Theatre Askew Youth Performance Experience) Workshop and has since served as an apprentice at the 2009 Williamstown Theatre Festival on the VSA scholarship. Since then, he has appeared in the internet short "The Worst Speeches of All Time" as a high school nerd obsessed with Megan Fox, and has also portrayed a deranged stalker in the short film "Infatuated" by Patrick Byas. Thanks to mom, dad, Bubbe, and Zeyde, Misha, and everyone at Theatre Askew and Williamstown for all of their support, even if Bubbe has tried to talk me into becoming an actuary instead.