Meet the Cast of Sleuth!

Albert Reid

Inspector Doppler

Albert Reid couldn’t be happier to be at the Fulton Theatre. Hollins was most recently seen as Major Petkoff in Arms and the Man. Regional Credits include: The Goat, or who is Sylvia (Martin), The Pillowman (Detective Ariel), and Circle Mirror Transformation (James). Favorite Credits include: Doubt, Proof, Discipline: A Play, The Measure of a Man, and The History Boys. Hollins would like to thank his supportive wife Lisa, and their four beautiful children Michelle, Eric, Anne, and Steven for taking this journey with him.

Jack Edwards

Police Constable Higgs

Jack Edwards is proud to make his Fulton debut! Previous credits include: The Glass Menagerie (Tom Wingfield), Twelve Angry Men (2nd Juror), Grease (Eugene Felnic), Venus in Fur (Thomas Novachek) Into the Woods (Jack), Urinetown (Bobby Strong), Joseph… Dreamcoat (Naphtali). BFA Columbia University. Many thanks to his family, friends, and the entire Fulton family.

Warren Kelley

Andrew Wyke

Fulton audiences have seen Warren as Arthur Kipps in The Woman in Black and Charlie [the title role] in The Foreigner. Warren works in film, television, and is a veteran of more than 200 productions in major regional theatres around the country: Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Goodspeed Opera House, and many more.  Last spring Warren was at Walnut St. Theatre playing Truman Capote in The Gift.  This coming winter he will go to Riverside Theatre in Florida to play The Chairman in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Traversing between the classics, contemporary plays and musical theatre his extremely diverse credits include: To Kill a Mockingbird [Atticus], Spamalot [King Arthur], The Merry Wives of Winsor [Master Ford], Art [Yvan], Oliver! [Fagin], Inherit the Wind [Brady], and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike [Vanya].  His film and television work includes: Blue Bloods, Boardwalk Empire, The Blacklist, Law & Order: SVU, The Other Guys with Will Ferrell, and Birdman with Michael Keaton.

Jerry Marr

Detective Sergeant Tarrant

Jerry Marr is thrilled and excited to share the stage with such a talented group of actors. Marr was last seen as Sebastian in William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. He has been in the touring productions of The Drowsy Chaperone and Cats. Favorite credits include: The Iron Curtain, ‘Art’, Stop Kiss, and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Other recent favorites include Beauty and the Beast (Gaston), La Cage Aux Folles (Francis), and Beautiful Thing (Jayson). Special thanks to: my family, KJM Management, and especially my other half LVP.

Michael Zlabinger

Milo Tindle

Off-Broadway: Like Money In The Bank (Theatre Row), The Subtle Body (59E59), Desperate Writers (Union Square Theatre). International: European premiere of The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? (Vienna’s English Theatre, dir. Pam MacKinnon).  Regional: Orin in Little Shop of Horrors (Dante Hall Theater); world premiere of Lee Blessing’s A View of the Mountains (NJ Rep); Other Desert Cities (Pioneer); The Columnist (Florida Studio); Ah, Wilderness! (Baltimore Centerstage); Hamlet (Shakespeare Theatre); Iago in Othello (NCSF); Splitting Infinity (Geva); Torvald in A Doll’s House (NC Stage); Hamlet (Long Wharf). TV: Elementary, Madam Secretary, Allegiance, Unforgettable, Person of Interest, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, MTV’s Now What? (pilot).