MARTIN VAN TREUREN is a NYC based theater and film actor. During the last 25 years he has been part of THE BARROW GROUP which he is proud to call his Artistic Home. His many appearances in TBG’s productions include Enemy of the People, The Beautiful Dark, Medal of Honor Rag, Sonnets for an Old Century, Uncle Vanya, and most recently playing Andrey Botvinnik in a revival of A Walk in the Woods. On BROADWAY he was in the casts of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Jekyll & Hyde the Musical, A Christmas Carol, Me and My Girl, and Singin’ in the Rain. OFF-B’WAY he had the great pleasure of playing both Ruth and The Major General in The Pirates of Penzance (at NYC’s Seaport), as well as productions of Blessing in Disguise, The Miser, Anyone Can Whistle (Carnegie Hall), and Allegro (City Center Encores). He made his NYC Opera debut as Voltaire/Pangloss in Candide. Martin has toured Nationally and Internationally in Jekyll & Hyde (Pre- B’way), Grand Hotel directed by Tommy Tune and Camelot starring the late Richard Harris. His many Regional Theater credits include working at The Old Globe (San Diego), The Alley Theatre (Houston), Capital Rep. (Albany), and the Menier Chocolate Factory (London) working with Hal Prince and Susan Stroman on Paradise Found. TV/FILM: Prodigal Son, Dispatches From Elsewhere, Modern Love, Ask for Jane, Madame Secretary, The Good Wife, Forever, Law & Order SVU, Jekyll & Hyde the Musical. He is on the faculty at The Barrow Group School for Acting.