Cullen Arbaugh is a senior in the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theatre BFA Actor Training Program. He is currently in rehearsal for his final college production, The American Clock by Arthur Miller, which will be perfomed in the Dowling Studio at the Guthrie this Spring.This past year he spent a semester in London, where he studied with Shakespeare's Globe and LISPA. During the summer, Cullen was an acting apprentice at Great River Shakespeare Festival, where he played Pembroke in the apprentice project King John. He also understudied Romeo for the mainstage production of Romeo and Juliet. Other recent theatre credits include multiple characters in The Nature and Purpose of Christopher Durang (UMN/Guthrie), Nurse in Hippolytus (UMN/Guthrie), Macbeth with Globe Education, Dromio in The Comedy of Errors (UMN/Guthrie), and Ansel in Killer Joe (UMN/Guthrie). Short film credits include Under One Roof with Hello Sunshine Films, and She Has a Child, directed by friend and colleague Bradley Hildebrandt.
Special Skills: Single-rod puppeteer training, Basic Tumbling, Spanish Web, Three-ball juggling, Valid Driver License. EMC
Dialects: Middle Class London, RP