Other recent credits include Mr Burns: A Post Electric Play and The Flick at Playwrights Horizons; Golden Child at the Signature Theater; Red Handed Otter at the Cherry Lane, Uncle Vanya and Orange Hat and Grace at Soho Rep; Tales From My Parents’ Divorce at The Flea, and School For Lies at Classic Stage Company.Maher received Obie Awards in 1999 for The Race Of The Ark Tattoo with The Foundry Theater and in 2013 for Sustained Excellence in Performance--and is an associate artist of the Civilians and Clubbed Thumb, both theater companies dedicated to creating and/or producing new work.He appears as Colin Sweeney on the hit CBS show The Good Wife for which he was nominated twice for Emmy Awards Baker earned Tony Award and Drama Desk Award nominations for his role as The Prince in the Broadway production of La Bête and an Obie Award for his performance in the Off Broadway production Not About Heroes.He starred in Sea of Tranquility at the Atlantic Theatre Company and received rave reviews for his role in Tony Kushner’s Homebody/Kabul at the New York Theatre Workshop.Runner, Runner (20th Century Fox) directed by Brad Furman, opposite Ben Affleck, and Justin Timberlake, Captain Philips (Columbia Pictures) directed by Paul Greengrass opposite Tom Hanks and Catherine Keener, Blood Ties directed by Guillaume Canet opposite Mila Kunis, Clive Owen, and Marion Cotillard, Glass Chin directed by Noah Buschel opposite Billy Crudup and Kill The Messenger (Focus Features) directed by Michael Cuesta opposite Jeremy Renner.He can currently be seen on the Starz drama Magic City opposite Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Baker’s television credits include season four of Damages, Tom Hanks’ HBO miniseries From The Earth To The Moon, Stephen Bochco’s courtroom drama Murder One, Drive, Book Of Daniel, The Pitts, Feds, HBO’s The Laramie Project, the CBS show The Elizabeth Smart Story, the NBC series Kings, USA’s Political Animals and recurring roles on ABC’s Ugly Betty and USA’s Burn Notice.Regional credits include work at the Williamstown Theater Festival, NY Stage & Film, Berkeley Rep, the American Repertory Theater and the Mc Carter Theater Center.Film credits include It’s Kind of a Funny Story, The Killer Inside Me, Gone Baby Gone, Jersey Girl, Dogma, Bringing Out The Dead, Vulgar and, upcoming, East Of Acacia and While We're Young.From his re-occurring character ‘Bob,’ the “angry gay Puerto Rican,” on Seinfeld, to one of Samantha’s love interests on HBO’s Sex and the City, to 'Rueben the Cuban' on HBO’s The Sopranos.Other television include Law & Order: SVU (NBC) and Fringe (Fox).Though Jo Bonney directed all but one of the solos, there have been various films and videos of the performances. “Confessions of a Porn Star” – Available only as bootleg. TV and film credits include: The Following, Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, Fringe, Law & Order and Law & Order: SVU, The Brave One, Oren Moverman’s The Messenger, Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight (HBO) and The Master Builder, Andre Gregory and Wallace Shawn's adaptation of the Ibsen classic directed by Jonathan Demme. He has written four full-length plays, workshopped with LAByrinth Theater Company, and a one-man show J.Directors listed below directed the film following Jo Bonney’s direction. Eric Cook's Vagina Project in honor of Women's History Month. Cook was a founding director of Sonoma County Repertory Theater and served as Associate Artistic Director for Actors Theater of Sonoma County in California. “Live in London” – Recorded live at the ICA, London, 1980. “Blood on the Canvas” (with Frank Zappa) – Recorded at Frank’s studio, Hollywood, 1986. Some of her favorite Off-Broadway credits include: Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss and What I Wore and Soho Rep.’s The Ugly One (Drama Desk nom.). Lisa made her West End/Broadway debut in La Bete and toured nationally alongside Cherry Jones in Doubt.For his portrayal of the eccentric ‘Cousin Julio,’ he received nominations for a Drama Desk Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Tony Award.Vázquez has appeared in over 35 films, working with directors such as Ridley Scott, Steven Soderbergh, and Steven Spielberg.