WILLIAM C. MITCHELLWILLIAM C. MITCHELL ("J.P." Madison, What I Learned in Paris) was most recently seen in Mary Zimmerman's Metamorphoses at Ensemble Theatre, Santa Barbara, is pleased to be making his debut on the Colony boards.

He is a member at The Antaeus Company, where he most recently appeared in The Crucible. Regional theatre credits include: Old Joe, Radio Golf; Hoke, Driving Miss Daisy; Polonius, Hamlet; Fielding, Jitney; Rev. Ambrose, A Lesson Before Dying; Sam Thomas, Blues For An Alabama Sky; Wining Boy, The Piano Lesson; Dr. Kelekian, Wit. Off,

Off-off Broadway: Winter Dance, Ghost On Fire, Merchant of Venice, Of Mice and Men, Twelfth Night, The Iceman Cometh, Skin Of Our Teeth, Much Ado About Nothing, Mary Stuart, and Sexual Perversity In Chicago. Edinburgh Fringe: Casino.

He is a former member of Jean Cocteau Repertory Company and The American Globe Theatre, both of New York.

Films include Mr. Popper's Penguins, Syriana, and many, many TV credits (IMDB as William C. Mitchell). Coming to acting from a background in manufacturing engineering, William remains a dedicated computer geek. 

September, 2014