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Duncan Pflaster

Meet The Actor


Duncan has been known to act on occasion, if his arm is twisted. As an actor, he has appeared in a multitude of shows in New York, New Jersey and Florida. He has frequently appeared in the New York Indie Theatre One Minute Play Festivals, for which he also wrote. He appeared notably as Sheriff Boone Doggleberry in I Hate Love, which garnered him an MITF Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor, as well as Outstanding Ensemble for the whole cast. Other roles include Hank in Mac Rogers' The Unremarkable with the Wet Paint Festival, Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Holla Holla's production of 12th Night, outdoors in Clinton Cove Park, Ritchie in the first production of his own Admit Impediments, and The Baron de Charlus in Tennessee Williams' Camino Real with Art House Productions. Also with Holla Holla, he appeared as Bottom in their Summer 2006 Central Park production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. He appeared as a Musician in Martin Sherman's Messiah at the Workshop Theater Company (for which he also composed original music),

as Friar Thomas in Glory Sims Bowen's adaptation of Measure For Measure at the Looking Glass Theatre, and as Bill the Cop in Apathy, the Gen X Musical in the 2005 Midtown International Theater Festival, which received a citation for "Outstanding New Musical" from Talkin' Broadway 2005.He has a cameo as Jonah in the short film Dark Side of the Sole by Jake Leg Films.

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