Brit Herring | Actor
Born in San Antonio, TX, Brit had his first exposure to the theatre at the tender age of four. His mother, Bette, was the choreographer at The Point Theatre in the Texas Hill Country and Brit caught the bug while tagging along to rehearsals. He was very lucky to be involved in The Children's Art Workshops there at The Point, which included classes in Acting, Music, Dance and Art, this exposure fostered Brit's lifelong love of the arts.

While still in high school Brit was very fortunate to be accepted to study at The British American Theatre Institute. Over two summers Brit worked with actors and directors from London's Albion Theatre Company; these amazing professionals taught acting classes in Shakespeare, Chekov, Pinter and Orton and also helped participants develop solid vocal and physical technique. Brit received his BFA from The University of New Mexico. He was awarded the Edwin Snapp Scholarship, a four year, full tuition grant.

After graduation Brit moved to New York City where he appeared in numerous theatrical productions and worked extensively as a voice over professional. Some of his theatre highlights include two Off-Broadway productions, including the critically acclaimed revival of Shel Silverstein's The Devil and Billy Markham at Soho Playhouse.

In 2009 Brit received his MFA from The Shakespeare Theatre Company's Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University. Currently he is splitting his time between New York and Washington DC, where he has worked with The Shakespeare Theatre Company, The Kennedy Center, Washington Stage Guild, Quotidian Theatre Company and The Bay Theatre Company in Annapolis, MD.