Department of Theater and Dance

Freddy Arsenault

Freddy Arsenault

Arsenault graduated with a BA in theater performance, after which he went on to earn an MFA from NYU's graduate acting program. His theater credits include:

  • (Broadway) "The Royal Family" and "Born Yesterday"
  • (Off -Broadway) "Henry V," "The Spy," "Blue Man Group"
  • (Regional) leading roles in such theaters as Arena Stage, The Guthrie Theatre, Yale Rep, MacCarter Theater, A.R.T., The Old Globe, Virginia Stage Company and The American Shakespeare Center, among others
  • (International) "Pericles" and "The Iliad" as a founding member of The Continuum Company in Florence, Italy
  • (Film and Television) "The Good Wife," "Boardwalk Empire," "Law & Order," "Kimmy Schmidt," "Elementary," "Person of Interest"

Arsenault is the co-founder and president of the nonprofit Artist Financial Support Group (an organization dedicated to helping artist become financially literate) and is currently director of community development for The Acting Company, (the acclaimed and legendary theater company dedicated to touring newly commissioned and classic works).

He is also a successful New York real estate agent, the proud new father to his daughter Imogen, and the privileged husband of the astoundingly talented actress, director and teacher, Gretchen Hall.

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