Mitchell Hébert

Mitchell Hébert is an actor and director, best known for the films Killing Kennedy, Playing Through, The Hunley, and Masquerade, a Story of the Old South.

Theatre credits include Lou Ziegler in Under the Skin (Everyman Theatre); Henry/Rembrandt in The Guard (Ford’s Theatre); Ivan Petrovich Voinitsky in Uncle Vanya, David/Rat/Teddy in The Nutcracker, Sheriff of Nottingham in Young Robin Hood, Phileas T. Fogg in Around the World in Eighty Days, Lord of the Underworld in eurydice, and Porfiry in Crime and Punishment (Round House Theatre), Jules/Bob Greenberg in Sunday in the Park with George, Herbie in Gypsy, and Marc in Art (Signature Theatre); Detective in House of Gold, Dan/Russ in Clybourne Park, and Irish Man in The Gigli Concert (Woolly Mammoth Theatre), George/L.L. Zamenhof in The Language Archive (Forum Theatre); Quentin in After the Fall and Pablo Picasso in Picasso’s Closet (Theater J); and Forrest Farnsworth in Mrs. Farnsworth (Rep Stage).