ABOUT ALAN CUMMING

Alan Cumming is a Scottish-American actor, writer, comedian and activist with a career spanning four decades in film, tv and theatre.  He will star alongside Daniel Radcliffe, Jane Horrocks and Karl Johnson in Endgame, a macabre comedy written by Samuel Beckett and directed by Richard Jones.

Alan Cumming was last on stage in London in 2016 with ‘Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs’ – an award-winning show inspired by his infamous post-show dressing room parties during his Broadway run in Cabaret.

He has won a Tony Award for his performance Cabaret and an Olivier Award for Accidental Death of an Anarchist in the West End.

Alan has also been nominated for multiple Emmy and Golden Globe Awards for his supporting role on the US series The Good Wife.

He is the author of the best-selling memoir Not My Father’s Son and  You Gotta Get Bigger Dreams

He is an activist for LGBTQ rights and a PETA honorary board member. Alan also co-owns Club Cumming, a cabaret bar in New York City, where he fulfills a lifelong ambition to be a bartender.

ALAN CUMMING’S PREVIOUS THEATRE ROLES

Alan’s recent theatre role include: Daddy (Off Broadway); Legal Immigrant (US concert tour); Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs (US/UK/ Australia concert tour); Cabaret (NYC); Macbeth (National Theatre of Scotland/Broadway).
 

ALAN CUMMING’S FILM, TV & WRITING

Television: BriarpatchHelpstersInstinctDoctor WhoBroad CityQueersThe Good Wife.

Film: The DiaryThey’ll Love Me When I’m DeadBattle of the SexesAfter Louie.

Recent writing: Honey and Leon Take The High RoadYou Gotta Get Bigger Dreams (books) and articles for The New York Times and NBC News.

BOOKING INFO

Endgame will run from 1 February 2020 until 28 March 2020 at the Old Vic Theatre, London.

Endgame tickets are now available.