Robert Ierardi

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                                                       Robert Ierardi


Resume 2018

Posted in Uncategorized on July 9, 2018 by Robert Ierardi



5’9”   185 lbs   Hair: Lt. Brown   Eyes: Blue

Representaion: The Bohemia Group  (323) 462-5800

My Cell: (917) 533-2270

 West End – London

West Side Story                      Sadler’s Wells – London, UK                   Lt. Schrank

Directed by Joey McKneely  Winner of two Theatregoers’ Choice Awards.              Nominated for two Olivier Awards.                                                              

Regional & Tour

Lombardi                             Ocean State Theatre Co. – Warwick, RI             Vince Lombardi

A View From the Bridge   Theatre South Carolina – Columbia, SC               Eddie Carbone

Born Yesterday                   Ocean State Theatre Co. – Warwick, RI                  Harry Brock

God Of Carnage                   OST at Theater By The Sea – Matunuck, RI       Michael Novak

Clybourne Park                Arkansas Repertory Theatre – Little Rock, AR           Russ/Dan

Shear Madness                     Kennedy Center – Washington, DC                         Nick Rossetti

West Side Story                BB Promotions 50th Anniversary Euro Tour              Lt. Schrank

Hamlet                     Virginia Shakespeare Fest. – Williamsburg, VA     Claudius & Ghost

Art                Arts Center of Coastal Carolina – Hilton Head, SC                     Serge

Cymbeline            Virginia Shakespeare Fest. – Williamsburg, VA                   Cymbeline

Macbeth                      Arkansas Repertory Theatre – Little Rock, AR                          Ross

Romeo & Juliet      Virginia Shakespeare Fest. – Williamsburg, VA               Lord Capulet

Wait Until Dark      Arkansas Repertory Theatre – Little Rock, AR                Sgt. Carlino

West Side Story            Merry-Go-Round Theatre – Auburn, NY                          Lt. Schrank

South Pacific                   Ogunquit Playhouse – Ogunquit, ME        Commander Harbison

Dir. Shaun Kerrison

The Nerd                           The Glove Theatre – Gloversville, NY                   Rick (The Nerd)

West Side Story           Wolfgang Bocksch Tours – European Tour               Officer Krupke

 Directed by Alan Johnson. With Christain Borle & Max von Essen

New York

The Madwoman of Chaillot    Colleagues Theatre Co. – NYC                           The Doorman

 With Kim Hunter, Anne Jackson & Alvin Epstein

Agamemnon                                   LaMama – NYC                                                  Agamemnon

Woyzeck                                         AXIS Theater Co. – NYC                                             Woyzeck

Wit & Wisdom                               Colleagues Theatre Co. – NYC                                Narrator

 With Tammy Grimes, Sandy Duncan, Kitty Carlisle & Alvin Epstein

The Groundling                              AXIS Theater Co. – NYC                   Bob (The Groundling)

The Cost                                            Negro Ensemble Co. – NYC                              Ralph Snyder

Havel’s Vaneck Plays (Protest)    Jean Cocteau Repertory – NYC                               Stanek

Rockland County / No Vaudeville  Cherry Lane Theater – NYC                            King Krispi

Can Can                                           Phoenix Theatre Ensemble – NYC                                Ex GI

Dir. Romulus Linney

     Television & Film

Iron Fist                                                       Marvel / Netflix                            Fake Capt. America

Ladies Revenge Club                           Tito & Fantasie Prod.                              The Lieutenant

Night Falls on Manhattan                     Warner Brothers                              Campaign Barker

Ed                                                                     Paramount                                 Voice-Over Looping

First Wives Club                                          Paramount                                                  Burnisher

Guiding Light                                                  CBS/P&G                Police Dispatcher  (recurring)

Guiding Light                                                  CBS/P&G                      Pilot, Island Dad, Var. U-5’s

The Thing                                                        Webseries                                                        Robert


TUMI                                                                   Saatchi                                              Taxi Customer

TafMek Campaign – Client: Novartis       Juice Pharma                                            Carpenter

Resume – 2018

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Resume Robert Ierardi 2018

The Groundling –

Posted in Uncategorized on February 7, 2018 by Robert Ierardi

The Groundling
 – Review by Collin McConnell · February 19, 2015

Jerry Matz, Kendall Rileigh (at table), Eva Kaminsky (by door), Benjamin Russell,
Emily Kratter, Robert Ierardi
I walk downstairs to the Axis Theater and it’s not a theater at all. It’s a garage. Not a set built to look like a garage. Not an over-cluttered garage, or an impeccably clean garage. Just a garage.
It’s disorienting. A little unnerving. And very impressive.
The lights dim along with a gentle, but ominous, droning swell, and then begins the seemingly light-hearted comedy about a Long Island contractor trying to put on a play for his family.
Bob and Karen Malone’s marriage is on the rocks, and they do nothing to hide it. So Bob, inspired by a production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, takes upon himself to write and produce a play in his garage for his family (perhaps, to save his marriage), hiring Dodd and Victoria (the bumblingly arrogant director and struggling female lead from the Shakespeare production), and casting local teens (and his deaf father-in-law).
But as the play progresses, the question of why Bob and Karen’s marriage is on the rocks nags more and more. All they do is yell at each other, yet the play-within-the-play is filled with all the sweetness and love of when they first met — until a final, heart-wrenching twist puts everything into place.
Sometimes, it’s really good to be reminded why we do theater.
Chad Yarborough’s beautifully simple set begins the play on the exact right note: real and human. The explosive first scene between Bob (captured with all the love, eagerness, and utter heartbreak by Robert Ierardi) and Karen (Eva Kaminsky) tosses us easily into the world of aggression that is their daily life. As the other cast of characters arrive, the incredibly sharp line is drawn: there is the world of theater (fun and bubbly, and filled with love and people like Dodd), and there is the world of Bob and Karen’s marriage. The tension draws out through the entire play, until it finally snaps with realization. There are, of course, a few lovely moments where that line slackens — just a bit — to really see inside these people: Victoria, the young actress brought in from the city, shares an awkward late night in the garage with Karen, where Kaminsky does the incredible by allowing a tenderness to seep out, briefly sharing the depth of Karen that is so well masked by her show of aggression (and Kendall Rileigh as Victoria finds a wonderful balance of sharp derision for being duped into all this and genuine concern for doing justice to the play… and for the people she finds herself surrounded by). David Zeffren’s lighting design lives mostly in the natural world, though occasionally finds a way to illuminate harsher truths through soft or lingering suggestions.
The Groundling grew on me. I was put off in a strange way by how natural the set was, and the play at first felt as though it were an artificial look at an amateur theater maker (and a gentle mock of the dreams of so many New York City independent theater artists). But Marc Palmieri’s script is much more than that, and I had the rare joy of allowing the play convince me to go along on a journey myself. And, ultimately, it was a worthy journey, digging deep into our need for expression, for community, for love, and for art.

New Head Shots from Guido Venitucci Photography

Posted in Uncategorized on January 20, 2018 by Robert Ierardi

Born Yesterday – Ocean State Theatre – 2017

Posted in Uncategorized on February 24, 2017 by Robert Ierardi

Cymbeline – Virginia Shakespeare Festival – 2016

Posted in Uncategorized on November 8, 2016 by Robert Ierardi