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Brian O'Halloran

Brian rejoined Tri-State Actors Theater in the staged reading of Alan Steinberg’s new MAGGIE’S PLAY, the first staged reading of 2004 and was featured in the final new play reading of 2004, SHAGAROUND, by Maggie Nevill. In Season 2003 he played Charlie Conlon in the international hit Irish comedy, STONES IN HIS POCKETS, by Marie Jones. Mr. O’Halloran joined Tri-State in season 2002 in the role of Yvan in Yasmina Reza’s ART. He has performed in numerous theater and film productions. His theater credits include: FOUR DOGS AND A BONE, TRANSLATIONS, DANCING AT LUGHNASA, SYLVIA, WAIT UNTIL DARK, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, THE DRESSER, DRACULA, and CRIMES OF THE HEART. As a member of NJ Rep, he starred in A WORLD I NEVER MADE and AN UNHAPPY WOMAN. Brian is most recognized for his work in films. His credits include Kevin Smith’s CLERKS,  MALLRATS, CHASING AMY, DOGMA, and JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK. He starred in the animated TV series CLERKS, which is being made into a feature film. He was last seen on the Tonight Show in the short film THE FLYING CAR.  He can be seen in the romantic comedy DROP DEAD ROSES, and returns to his role of Dante in the sequel to CLERKS, CLERKS II.

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Ted Odell

Ted is happy to be making his fourth appearance as Cedric Seward in THE PASSION OF DRACULA with TAT having previously appeared in ROMEO AND JULIET (Prince Escalus, Chorus), TWELFTH NIGHT (Sea Captain, Priest) and in the Staged Reading of IT’S YOUR MOTHER written by fellow cast mate Patricia Durante and Betsy Tuxill.  This past summer Ted appeared in the Illustrious Theatre’s production of THE WINTER’S TALE as Autolycus.  Earlier this year Ted appeared in the Independent Film FUNERALS AND FELONIES as aging Mafia Hit Man Louie Massina, currently in post production.  Over the past twenty years Ted has appeared in over thirty productions in the Tri State area and Off, Off, Off Broadway in NYC.  Favorite roles include; Barrymore in I HATE HAMLET, Cladwell in URINETOWN, Peron in EVITA, Toby Belch in TWELFTH NIGHT among others. Ted and his talented wife Terry Odell conduct a weekly Theatre workshop with children associated with The Hudson Valley Home Schooler’s and he is a teacher at the Acting Out Play House in Warwick where his wife Terry is Artistic Director. Thank you to my children William and Madyson for the love and support.

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Jim Opfer

Jim resides in Glenwood, NJ with his wife Eileen and such ever of his five children as may be in residence at any given time. Mr. Opfer played Egeus in Tri-State’s ground-breaking production of A MIDSUMMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, by William Shakespeare, to open Season 2005. His portrayal of Mr. Kraler in 2004′s THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK marked his first performance at TAT. He has played varied roles in the past including parts in YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU, SUMMER AND SMOKE, LI’L ABNER, OLIVER, DAMN YANKEES, CAMELOT, A FEW GOOD MEN, MUSIC MAN, FIORELLO, FORUM, and FIDDLER. When not practicing his part, he can be found practicing law in Vernon Township.