AL BERNSTEIN: After graduating from York University in Toronto, Al set his sights on New York City to become a working actor and a good actor. Al’s training began at Circle in the Square with Jacqueline Brookes, Terry Hayden and Alan Langdon and moved to Uta Hagen’s HB Studio with the gifted Carol Rosenfeld. Al worked and performed on the New York stage for many years until he was accepted in to his dream program, the ACTORS STUDIO MFA at the New School University where he received his Masters. He studied intensively with theatre’s top coaches such as Elizabeth Kemp, David Gideon, Arthur Penn, Ellen Burstyn, Susan Batson, Sandra Seacott, Sam Schacht, Carlin Glynn, Gene Lasso and many more. Film/TV credits include: Super Zero, Nikita, Reign, Nikolai, How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days, Godsend, Nip/Tuck, Everybody Hates Chris, Cursing Hanley, John Boxing John, Deadly Deceit, Showtime’s Street Time, Sue Thomas FBEye, Doc, The Series. Theatre Credits include: Off Broadway: The Interrogation, The Dance of Chance, Have You Heard Uncle Dan Sing? (Circle in the Square). Off-Off Broadway: Will (written by Al Bernstein), Machine Head (Theatre Studio), Port St. Joe (The Actors Institute) Los Angeles: 2013 Winner! LA Drama Critics Awards for Best Production, Director, Adaptation, Actor (Troy Kotsur) CYRANO (World Premiere, DeafWest/Fountain Theatre), 2011 Ovation & LA Weekly Award winning Best Musical, Best Musical Director, Best Director, HOBOKEN TO HOLLYWOOD (Edgemar Centre for the Arts), Acts on the Edge (ETG), The Sunshine Boys (Odyssey Theatre Ensemble with Hal Linden and Allan Miller). Toronto: Abu Ghraib Triptych (World Premiere, Alley Theatre Workshop), Red Light Winter (Alley Theatre Workshop), plus many more. Today, Al works as an actor, writer and coach in Los Angeles.