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STEWART J. ZULLY has been working for over thirty-five years as an actor, director, producer, writer and teacher.
His acting resume includes the films Wolf (Mike Nichols), For the Boys (Mark Rydell), Bonfire of the Vanities (Brian DePalma) and Malcolm X (Spike Lee). Recent credits include Fighting For Freedom, with Bruce Dern, Push, starring Chazz Palminteri, New in Town, with Renee Zelwegger and The Year of Getting To Know Us, starring Sharon Stone and Jimmy Fallon. On television, Stewart had a recurring role on The Sopranos as Tony's accountant Alan Ginsberg and has appeared in over 30 episodes of Blue Bloods, Unforgettable, Law and Order, Law and Order: SVU, Law and Order CI, Burn Notice, Becker, Columbo and many others.
Theater credits include leading roles Off-Broadway (Tabletop, by Rob Ackerman, at The American Place Theater), in Los Angeles, and in Toronto. In 2003 his commercial for Citibank's Identity Theft campaign won an Emmy as Best Commercial of The Year. In 2008 he appeared with Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates in their first Microsoft commercial.
Stewart co-wrote and co-produced the feature film Perfect Opposites, which stars Piper Perabo, Aaron Paul, Martin Henderson, Joe Pantoliano, Jennifer Tilly and Artie Lange. The movie is based on the stage play A Piece of My Heart by Matt Cooper, which Stewart directed at The Odyssey Theater in Los Angeles (starring Scott Valentine and Catherine Mary Stewart).
Stewart's other directing credits include Heat of Re-entry, which the LA Times called “One of the best shows of the year.” He has directed extensively in Los Angeles, New York, Florida and Canada, premiering pieces by such noted writers as Romulus Linney, David Lindsay-Abaire, and Peter Tolan. In 2015 he directed the west coast premiere of Lisa Dillman’s American Wee-Pie at Theater 40 in Beverly Hills.
In 2008, Stewart directed new work at City Theatre’s Summer Shorts Series at The Arsht Center in Miami, in conjunction with The Actor’s Theater of Louisville. Other recent work includes directing the east coast premiere of In The Middle of Nowhere, by Kent R. Brown, at The Sands Theater in Deland, Florida. The play was the winner of the prestigious Julie Harris Playwriting Award, chosen from over 300 submitted works from across the nation.
Other producing credits include founding the award winning Theater 40 Annual One-Act Festival (Los Angeles) in 1990, where playwrights whose work premiered include Arthur Miller, Horton Foote, Robert Schenkhan, Craig Lucas and Jane Anderson. During his tenure, three plays were published by Samuel French and two aired on the A&E network, starring Teri Garr, Jean Stapleton, Martin Mull and other notable actors.
Stewart has directed, taught acting workshops, and performed in staged readings throughout the US and Canada, including New York City, Los Angeles, Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, Miami, Orlando, New Jersey, and Hudson, New York.
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