Site Map | Site Info

Stellar Cast Assembled for Willimon's Play About Bad Conduct in High Places


April 1, 2013

THE CAST: Steven Weber, Dana Delany, Linda Gehringer, Rebecca Mozo and Steven Culp.
The play has everything: passion, politics, intrigue and comedy. And for the world premiere of Beau Willimon's The Parisian Woman, South Coast Repertory has assembled a shining cast: Steven Culp, Dana Delany, Linda Gehringer, Rebecca Mozo and Steven Weber. We'll take them alphabetically to introduce you to new and returning actors to our stage.

Culp's SCR credits include Doctor Cerberus, Raised in Captivity and Art. Other theatre work includes the premieres of Tony Kushner's Slavs! and Phyllis Nagy's Trip's Cinch at Actors Theatre of Louisville's Humana Festival; Angels in America (Drama-Logue Award for Outstanding Performance), Light Up the Sky at Center Theatre Group's Ahmanson Theatre; the premiere of Terrence McNally's The Lisbon Traviata at Theatre Off-Park; and Richard III at New York Shakespeare Festival. Film credits include Thirteen Days, The Emperor's Club, Spartan and James and the Giant Peach. Television credits include roles on "Desperate Housewives" and "Traveler"; recurring roles on "Saving Grace," "The West Wing," "JAG," "NCIS" and "Ghost Whisperer." (Editor's note: Steven Culp did not have recurring roles on "NCIS" and "Ghost Whisperer")

Delany will make her SCR debut as Chloe. Delany can be seen as Megan Hunt in the television series "Body of Proof" and had a recurring, Emmy-nominated role in "Desperate Housewives." She starred in the Broadway show A Life and received critical acclaim in a number of off-Broadway productions. Her role in Nicholas Kazan's controversial Bloodmoon in New York led her to Hollywood. Her film credits include Tombstone, Exit to Eden and Wide Awake. Her television credits include "China Beach," which earned her three Emmy nominations and two Emmy Awards as Best Actress; "Fly Away Home," "Castle," "The L Word" and "Kidnapped," and television movies including Choices of the Heart: The Margaret Sanger Story.

Gehringer most recently appeared at SCR in Bill Cain's How to Write a New Book for the Bible, earning a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle nomination. Among her other SCR credits are Doubt and the world premieres of The Language Archive, The Piano Teacher, A Naked Girl on the Appian Way, Getting Frankie Married–and Afterwards, Hold Please, But Not for Me and The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow. She has played leading roles in theatres across the country, including The Crowd You're In With at Goodman Theatre. Her television work includes a recurring role on "Touch" with Kiefer Sutherland, "Justified," "Raising Hope," "Weeds," "Gilmore Girls," "Without A Trace," "Cold Case," "Ally McBeal," "Frasier" and "The West Wing" among many others.

Mozo's SCR credits include In the Next Room or the vibrator play, A Wrinkle in Time, Emilie: La Marquise Du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight, The Heiress and Doubt. Other theatre credits include Educating Rita and Trying (Ovation Award nomination for Best Actress) at The Colony Theatre Company; The Cherry Orchard at Center Theatre Group; Ghosts at A Noise Within; and King Lear, Cousin Bette, Pera Palas and The Dresser at The Antaeus Company. She also appeared in I Capture the Castle at El Portal Theatre (Ovation Award nomination for Best Actress). Film and television credits include Zerophilia, "Pizza Time," "Cold Case" and "Medium."

Weber is a versatile film, television and stage actor. He portrayed Brian Hackett on the long-running television sitcom "Wings." Other television credits include "Monk" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," and recurring roles on "Two Broke Girls," "Happy Town," "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," "Without a Trace," "Falling Skies," "Brothers and Sisters," "Once and Again," and "Love Letters." His film credits include Farm House, a remake of The Shining, Leaving Las Vegas, Single White Female and Clubland. His theatre credits include Broadway productions of Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing and The Producers. He appeared in Three Hotels, with Maura Tierney, at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. In 2005 in London, he appeared with Kevin Spacey in the Old Vic Theatre's production of Dennis McIntyre's National Anthems. Other theatre works includes Throwing Your Voice, Something in the Air and Design for Living.

DISCLAIMER: This site is a Steven Culp fan site and is not affiliated with Steven Culp, his family or any of his representatives.
Unless otherwise noted, all captures were made by me from videos from various sources. All shows and photos belong to their respective owners.
© 2004-2022 and