Micah Goodding

Freddie Filmore- It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play

Micah Goodding earned his Master of Fine Arts degree at East 15 Acting School in the United Kingdom where he appeared as Solomon Mikhoels in Making Stalin Laugh, Clegg in Victory! and The Mechanic in Middletown. Micah also completed a residency with Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and became certified with the British Academy of Dramatic Combat. While living Austin, he played Aarron in the regional premiere of Laramie Project: 10 Years Later and Edmund in King Lear at the Vortex Repertory Theatre. He recently featured in Tattered Blanket, an independent short film, and voiced the Narrator in TSF’s 3rd annual radio play production of A Christmas Carol. Some of Micah’s other TSF roles include Malvolio in Twelfth Night, Peter Quince in A Midummer Night's Dream, Pisanio in Cymbeline, Gobbo in Merchant of Venice, and Seyton in Macbeth. Micah is also a puppeteer. His puppets have appeared in London, Chicago and Austin. He currently serves as Theatre Instructor at Kilgore College where he and his students have recently staged productions of Our Town, Dearly Departed, and the Diary of Anne Frank. Micah is “bursting with gratitude” to be returning to TSF for a fifth season.


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