In my latest video interview, Broadway, Film, and Television actor Jack Noseworthy sat down with "Call Me Adam" to discuss his latest project, Jeffrey Jackson's Two Point Oh at 59E59 Theaters from October 3-20. Two Point Oh explores the place where human innovation collides with humanity in a story of love, loss, mortality and the meaning of existence. Click here for tickets!
Part 1: Jack Noseworthy talks about Two Point Oh at 59E59 Theaters
Part 2: Jack Noseworthy discusses working in Film, Television, and on Broadway
Part 3: Jack Noseworthy discusses his inspirations, who he wants to work with, life lessons, and super powers
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Noseworthy received his BFA from The Boston Conservatory in 1987. A triple threat, Noseworthy has starred in films, television and Broadway. He began his career on stage in the national tour of the musical CATS. He made his Broadway debut in the original company of JEROME ROBBINS BROADWAY, was the final actor to be cast in the recent revival of A CHORUS LINE and played opposite John Lithgow in the Broadway musical SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS. In addition to his New York stage work, he received the Los Angeles Drama Critics prize and a Drama-Logue Award as Best Actor for his starring role as Alan Strang in the critically acclaimed Los Angeles production of EQUUS. This summer he stared as Pip in the TONY winning Utah Shakespearean Festival’s production of GREAT EXPECTATIONS, THE MUSICAL, as well as Mr. Charles Bingly, in PRIDE & PREJUDICE.
In the motion picture arena, he has worked with director Jonathan Mostow, five times time in his career. Most recently on the Bruce Willis action thriller “The Surrogates”, as well as, "Breakdown," "U-571," the FOX Network's extraterrestrial thriller "Them" and his cameo in "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" (DVD cut only). Jack’s other feature film credits include the independent favorites, "Pretty Ugly People" and "Phat Girlz,” as well as, "Undercover Brother," "Poster Boy," "Unconditional Love," "Event Horizon," "The Brady Bunch Movie," "Barb Wire," "Trigger Effect," "Cecil B. DeMented," "Alive" and "Encino Man," his movie debut. In addition to his longtime association with Mostow, Noseworthy's resume also boasts affiliations with directors such as P.J Hogan, Paul Anderson, Betty Thomas, David Koepp and John Waters.
On television, Noseworthy recently starred in the Hallmark-Hall-Of-Fame western "Aces 'N Eights" and appeared opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the CBS EMMY winning miniseries "Elvis," played Sissy Spacek’s son in “A Place For Annie,” and Anne Bancroft’s fantasy obsession in “Mrs. Cage.” Other television credits include guest spots on such hit shows as "CSI," "The District," "Law & Order," "Law & Order: SVU," "Crossing Jordan" and "Judging Amy" (four episodes). He has also has the distinction of being the series lead on MTV's first scripted series, "Dead At 21."