A Look Back at Star Wars’ Adam Driver on the Stage

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As he prepares to return to Broadway in Burn This, we take a look at the three-time Emmy Award nominee’s stage career.
Adam Driver and Margarita Levieva
Adam Driver and Margarita Levieva

Adam Driver may be a three-time Emmy Award nominee for his work onscreen, but the actor has also been seen twice on Broadway and numerous times Off-Broadway. He made his Broadway debut in 2010 as Frank Gardner in Mrs. Warren’s Profession; and the following year, he played Basil Anthony in Terence Rattigan’s Man and Boy. Driver has also been seen Off-Broadway in Angels in America, Slipping, The Retributionists, and The Forest.

Read: STAR WARS’ ADAM DRIVER WILL HEADLINE BURN THIS ON BROADWAY

In 2019, Driver will return to Broadway in the first revival of Lanford Wilson’s 1987 drama Burn This. In celebration of the recent announcement, we take a look back at his stage career.

Flip through photos of his stage career below:

On screen, Driver stars as Kylo Ren in the newest Star Wars films: 2015’s Star Wars The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which premieres worldwide December 15. He was most recently seen in Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky, and just completed shooting Spike Lee’s film The Black Klansman. On television, he is well-known for portraying the role of Adam in Lena Dunham’s hit HBO series Girls.

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