A critically acclaimed actor, singer, and composer, Will Collyer has frequently guest-starred on prime-time TV, lent his voice to dozens of feature films and TV series, appeared onstage at the Mark Taper Forum, Kirk Douglas Theatre, and Pasadena Playhouse, and composed the scores for three full-length stage musicals and numerous short films.
He holds a degree in theatre from UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film & Television, where he studied with Joe Olivieri, Karen Morrow, Nancy Dussault and John Hall, as well as Carol Burnett, who directed him in a leading role in Once Upon a Mattress.
In the past year, he wrapped shooting the title character in the indie feature The Case of Jonas Booker, appeared in episodes of ABC’s The Middle and TNT’s Rizolli & Isles, and played a principal role in the Pasadena Playhouse world premiere musical Breaking Through. As a voiceover artist, he can be heard in Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory, Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, Disney Jr’s Doc McStuffins, as well as narrating multiple audiobooks (most recently the best selling thriller The Killing Kind), and as the voice behind commercial campaigns for Chase Credit Cards, KFC and Blue Cross/Blue Shield health insurance.
Outside of acting, Will is a published composer and songwriter. He and songwriting partner Emily Thompson released their debut EP, ifsoever, in January of 2016, while his original musicals The Gingerbread Pimp (2013 New York Musical Theatre Festival) and Right Together, Left Together, have received numerous workshops and developmental productions in Los Angeles and New York. Additionally, he composed the theme song for the feature film Bounty Killer, “The Kill”, which was recorded by Sara Bareilles. His most noted project to date, however, is his beautiful baby daughter Campbell, who is the reason everything else has ever happened.
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