Gene Gillette is an American Stage, Television and Film actor.
He has appeared on Broadway as a member of the ensemble in the Aaron Sorkin adaptation and Bartlett Sher directed production of To Kill A Mockingbird. Mockingbird has been called "The Most Successful American Play in Broadway history" by 60 Minutes. While a part of To Kill A Mockingbird he was also a member of the first ever production of a Broadway play to appear at Madison Square Garden.
Most recently he portrayed Antonin Artaud in Artaud/Van Gogh at the historic Art Theatre in Athens, Greece. Hailed as one of the "Best Productions of 2022" by News 24/7
He is also known for portraying 'Ed Boone' in the Broadway First National Tour of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
for The National Theatre.
Other theatrical credits include: War Horse (Second Broadway National Tour), MacBeth (w/ Frances McDormand), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Romeo & Juliet, As You Like It (Folger Theatre), A Streetcar Named Desire (TheatreWorks) and others.
He has appeared on multiple television shows, including "The Punisher, "The Blacklist", "Quantico," "The Good Wife," "Elementary," "Person of Interest," "Ringer," "Madam Secretary," "Instinct" and "Law & Order: SVU.". He will be making his feature film debut in Which Brings Me To You starring Lucy Hale and directed by Peter Hutching, coming this spring!
Gene received his MFA in Classical Acting from George Washington University and his BFA in Acting from University of Colorado, Boulder.
He currently resides in New York City.