Tuck Milligan’s New York career began playing Alan Strang opposite Anthony Perkins in Equus.  Other Broadway credits include The Crucifer of Blood, The Herbal Bed, A Moon for the Misbegotten, and Gem of the Ocean.  Mr. Milligan participated in the seven year development process of The Kentucky Cycle by Robert Schenkkan from its initial reading of the one-act, Tall Tales at the EST in Los Angeles where both he and Robert were members. That play development journey would take Tuck crisscrossing the country, including to the Kennedy Center (Helen Hayes Award) and ultimately to the Royale on Broadway. Off-Broadway credits: The Liquid Plain (Signature), Freud’s Last Session (Best New Play 2011), The First Breeze of Summer (Signature), Stuff Happens (The Public), Book of Days (Signature), Everybody’s Rudy (The Public) and The Grey Zone (MCC). Regional credits: The Underpants (Syracuse Stage) All My Sons (John Drew Theatre in East Hampton) The Cripple of Inishmaan (John Drew), The Clean House (GEVA), Saint Joan (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), Orson’s Shadow (New Rep), Of Mice and Men (Philadelphia Drama Guild) Blue Window (South Coast Rep), The Real Thing (Mark Taper), As You Like It and Big River (La Jolla) and Romeo and Juliet (Seattle Rep). Tuck participated in August Wilson’s “American Century Cycle” playing the manager, Irvin, in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson and recorded for WNYC-FM at The Greene Space.  Film: State Of Play, Kinsey, Company Man, Heaven’s Prisoners, Of Mice and Men and The Russia House. TV:  Last season, Tuck recurred as Finch’s Dad in the hit CBS series, “Person Of Interest.”  “Boardwalk Empire,” “Rescue Me,” “Law & Order: SVU & CI,” “Chappelle’s Show,” “Oz,” “Ed,” and many more.  Video Games: “Grand Theft Auto V” and “BioShock2”.