Will Brittain recently wrapped a nine-week run starring opposite Idina Menzel in the Off-Broadway production of Skintight at the prestigious Roundabout Theatre in New York City. Brittain was critically praised for his performance, which The Observer referred to as “not just a brilliantly funny performance, but one that succeeds in injecting a character made to be purposefully vacant with complexity.” Brittain also recently wrapped production on the Eli Roth-produced horror film Haunt for directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, Blow The Man Down, a female-led crime drama set in rural Maine, and the indies Clementine and The Divorce Party. He can be seen in Michael Curtis Johnson’s true-crime drama Savage Youth, which premiered at the 2018 Slamdance Film Festival, and for which he won “Best Actor” at the Victoria Texas Indie Film Festival. He previously played the lead in Frederick Cipoletti’s Desolate and the title role in Tim Disney’s wildly imaginative William. Will is best recognized for appearing in the festival hit A Teacher, Richard Linklater’s baseball ensemble Everybody Wants Some!!, and the big budget Warner Brothers feature Kong: Skull Island.