Numrich is best known for his critically acclaimed performance in AMC’s original series Turn and most recently starred in the Broadway revival of Travesties to some of the best reviews of his theater career.
Numrich starred alongside Daniel Radcliffe in the independent film Imperium about domestic terrorism and the neo-Nazi movement in the United States. His other film credits include Private Romeo and Macbeth Unhinged. In television, he was series regular in the dark comedy series Gravity for Starz. He also starred in recurring roles on Showtime’s award-winning drama series Homeland and CBS’s The Good Wife and Madam Secretary.
He made his Broadway debut opposite Al Pacino in The Merchant of Venice and originated the role of “Albert” for New York audiences in the Tony Award®- winning play War Horse for which he received The Dorothy Loudon Award for Excellence in Theater as well as Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Award nominations. Both plays won respective Tony Awards for Best Revival of a Play and Best Play the same year.
Numrich returned to the stage in the 75th anniversary production of Clifford Odets’ Golden Boy, directed by Tony-winner Bartlett Sher. He made his West End debut in Tennessee Williams’ Sweet Bird of Youth at the Old Vic Theatre for which he earned the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards and returned to The West End to star in Fathers and Sons at The Donmar Warehouse for director Lyndsey Turner.
A native of St. Paul, Minnesota, Numrich became the youngest graduate of The Juilliard School’s Theater Department at the age of sixteen.