Ronald Alexander Peet is an actor and musician originally hailing from Nassau, Bahamas and currently based in Brooklyn, NY. He received his BFA in Drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where graduated with Honors and was awarded both the Drama Department’s Artist and Scholar Award and the Atlantic Theater Company’s Outstanding Achievement in Studio Award.
NY: Spill (Ensemble Studio Theater), Kentucky (E.S.T./P73), LOVEPLAY/PLAYMONEY (La MaMa), Tilly the Trickster (Atlantic Theater Company), I’ll Never Love Again (Drama League), The Servant of Two Masters (Sonnet Rep), Boats And; Debutante;Molly Murphy & Neil deGrasse Tyson On Our Last Day On Earth (Ars Nova), BYUIOO; Caucasian Chalk Circle (Pipeline) and New Saloon’s I’m Miserable But Change Scares Me (The Brick). Readings/workshops include Roundabout, Atlantic Theater Company, Yale, LCT Director’s Lab, Soho Rep, Playwrights Horizons, Vineyard, NYTW, OSF, Clubbed Thumb, Bushwick Starr, New Georges, Labyrinth, Dramatists Guild, Lincoln Center, The Lark and Ars Nova.
Regional: The Lion In Winter (Two River Theater), peerless (Barrington Stage), The Golem of Havana (Barrington Stage and Miami New Drama); 30 roles in 13 plays over 3 seasons at The American Shakespeare Center including Palamon in The Two Noble Kinsmen, Arthur in King John, Flute and Peaseblossom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cranmer in Henry VIII, Guiderius in Cymbeline, Morocco in The Merchant of Venice, and Lucius in Julius Caesar.
Film: The Meyerowitz Stories (d. Noah Baumbach), Change In The Air (d. Dianne Dreyer), The Surf Report
Training: NYU Tisch