Devin Burnam is an actor, playwright, screenwriter, and filmmaker. He has been arguing over the principles of theatrical truth since the 4th grade when he tried and failed to make the case that Ebenezer Scrooge did not have to have a funny voice to indicate that he was mean. He is a graduate of Columbia University, where he continued to argue about theatre, along with quantum physics, the superiority of female directors, and why tennis is the greatest sport.
He has worked extensively as a collaborative performer, actor, and playwright with Sister Sylvester, Mason Holdings, and Sea Dog Theater. He took a turn in the Matt Watts rom-com "Mutual Friends" and most recently shot "The Reading", written & directed by Nora Jaenicke.
He currently trains in Jon Shear's Take Action Workshop and is a frequent writer and actor with Naked Angels's Tuesdays @9.