Asher Grodman is an actor, director, screenwriter and producer. He holds a Master’s of Fine Arts in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and a Bachelor’s of Arts in both Film and English from Columbia University in New York City.

Film and TV Credits include Handsome Harry (starring Jamey Sheridan and Steve Buscemi), Law and Order, and As The World Turns. He’s worked extensively in theater; some credits include the title role of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Amadeus (South Coast Rep), Pride and Prejudice (Baltimore Centerstage), Baby Doll (Ensemble Theater Company), Christmas Carol (American Conservatory Theater) and Stones in His Pockets.

He is also the writer/director/producer of the award winning short film “The Train” starring Academy Award Winner Eli Wallach which premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and the Vancouver International Film Festival. Asher Grodman is a proud member of the Screen Actors’ Guild and Actors’ Equity Association.

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- 11 days ago

RT @JoeBiden: Your service has been a great gift to the country, and your friendship and brotherhood are a great gift to me. Happy birthday…