Samuel Shurtleff is a native Texan who emigrated to NYC in 2012.
He has performed in numerous regional theater productions throughout Texas. Samuel recently made his Off Broadway premier in Of Mice and Men with the Onomatopoeia Theatre Company at the Gene Frankel Theatre. Previously, he toured North America with Disney's Beauty and the Beast, playing Cogsworth for two seasons in 128 cities for over 550 performances.
His NYC debut was portraying Bottom the Weaver at Bard at the Bar with the Simon Studio in July 2013. Samuel again played Bottom the Weaver at Bard at the Lake. Following that, he was Harold in a new musical by Anna Ingham, Death of an Englishman, performed at the Midtown International Theatre Festival. He also appeared off-off Broadway as Inspector Hound in The Real Inspector Hound.
Samuel has been featured in several Investigation Discovery tv shows, as well as a few on The Travel Channel. So far his favorite tv role has been portraying his hero, Theodore Roosevelt. He made his feature film debut in Central Park Dark with Tom Sizemore. Samuel also recently shot a couple of short films.