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Imagining Lorch

Jeff Lorch cut his teeth as an improviser spending years playing at IoWest, UCB and The Groundlings, and spent even more years in theatre, most recently on stage at the Kirk Douglas in AMERYKA, at Pacific Resident Theatre in Eugene Ionesco's RHINOCEROS, and Rogue Machine in NEED TO KNOW. Born in Southfield, Michigan by a strong willed mother, and raised in true discipline by a French father, he had the fortune of spending summers and winters in both environments growing up, from horseshoes and bowling to red wine and "no elbows on the table".

Beyond acting, he has written two feature films and two pilots, and has grown photography from a side hobby to a full professional art. 

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AMERYKA at the Kirk Douglas Theatre..."Jeff Lorch (outstanding as Tadeusz Kosciuszko)...Fantastic portrayals by Jeff Lorch and Curt Bonnem infuse these two men with many modern sensibilities, from their appreciation of great wine to their innate knowledge that slavery was wrong, even predicting its inevitable end would lead to the downfall of many Southern businesses in the future."


RHINOCEROS at Pacific Resident Theatre

"The best scene—that is, the one that is staged and acted the best—takes place in a newspaper office, where Bérenger works with the responsively rational Dudard (an impeccable Jeff Lorch)..."

-Stage Raw

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