Seán Patrick Judge was born and raised in Iowa City, Iowa, where he grew up to study Theatre and French at the University of Iowa. At age 25, he moved to Chicago, and then New York to work extensively on stage. Upon moving to Houston in 2004, Seán began working in small film projects and voice over work. Seán was most recently seen in AD Players production of It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play. Other notable Houston appearances: Small Ball, The Strangerer (2018) and Jim Lehrer and the Theatre and Its Double and Jim Lehrer's Double, Evening at the Talk House, The Book of Maggie, Of Mice and Men, Time Stands Still, Ravenscroft, Henry V, The Lion In Winter, Richard III, Coast of Utopia, Farragut North, I Am Barbie, This, The Marriage of Bette and Boo, The Doctor’s Dilemma, The Flu Season, The Caretaker, House of the Spirits, Thom Pain (based on nothing), The Strangerer (2008), The Tamarie Cooper Show, Love Loves A Pornographer, The War of the Roses Cycle, Hamlet, among others. New York: Much Ado About Nothing, Eric LaRue, The Merry Widow. Chicago: The Silver Chair, Marat/Sade, Twelfth Night, Rhinoceros, The Maids, The Protest/Vanek Plays; The Ring Cycle: The Musical!, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, The Prophet of Bishop Hill; other regional credits include Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Waiting For Godot, La Bête. Seán studied Theatre and French at the University of Iowa and received bachelor’s degrees for both. Seán would like to thank Eddie for his amazing support, and the memory of his parents, who wholeheartedly supported his life in the arts. Sean is a proud member of the Actors' Equity Association.