STEPHEN LANG (Charles Winstead), a veteran
actor of great distinction, is
equally at home on stage and
screen. His many Broadway
appearances include an
acclaimed performance as the
original Col. Nathan Jessup
in A Few Good Men; Death of
a Salesman, with Dustin
Hoffman; The Speed of Darkness;
John Patrick Shanley's
Defiance; and the title role in Hamlet at the
Roundabout Theatre Company.
Lang's multiple nominations and awards include
the Lucille Lortel Award, the Jeff Award, the Helen
Hayes Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award, the
Drama Desk Award and the Tony Award. His solo
play, Beyond Glory, has had sold-out engagements in
Washington, D.C., Chicago and New York City and
has toured all over the globe for thousands of
American troops. For Beyond Glory, Lang received
the Chairman's Medal for Distinguished Service from
the National Endowment for the Arts.
His work on the screen includes leading roles in
Last Exit to Brooklyn, Tombstone and Gettysburg and
a MovieGuide Grace Award-winning performance as
Lt. Gen. Thomas "Stonewallâ€ť Jackson in Gods and
Generals. Recent projects include the Grant Heslov
feature The Men Who Stare at Goats as well as the
role of Colonel Quaritch in James Cameron's highly
anticipated sci-fi epic Avatar.
Lang previously worked with Michael Mann on
Manhunter and was a series regular on Mann's classic
television series Crime Story.
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